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What time is it? – Musings on time from zero to Webb — 2 Comments

  1. Albert Einstein intuitively thought about time approaching zero as one rode a light beam.
    Then Ernst Mach thought about the universe being connected in its motion.
    On review, Abraham Pais thought of a future solution in terms of quantum mechanics.
    Question: Has the Lisa Pathfinder Spacecraft, at the L1 position, observed a coherent(quantum) universe motion(33.8 microHz) supporting Mach’s thought but also in accordance with Einstein’s thought?

  2. Pingback:What time is it? – Musings on time from zero to Webb – The Catholic Astronomer – Observatorio Astronómico del Vaticano comunidad religiosa de la Compañía de Jesús en Castel Gandolfo

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