Gravity, not Motion

Our understanding of Time has made it dependent on movement. All of the misunderstanding has this at the root. The hands of the clock move, the planets move, and the day is a theater of movements in our small world. It is natural to conceive of Time as the movement through our world. However, since ancient times this coupling of Time with movement has caused problems.
Zeno, a philosopher in ancient Greece, pointed out that the partitioning of Time as units and in a continuum creates an inaccurate idea of motion for the observer, a paradox.
The proposal to exchange gravity for motion in the Time equation solves this persistent problem.
Next, I will discuss an equation for Time.


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