No. It’s more degrees. “a little more real”. “a tiny bit more primacy”

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I know it seems like a tenuous connection but consider synchronization. That is occurs spatially is almost unimportant as it is a temporal phenomenon. It’s not entirely unimportant but you can get order from chaos via synchronization, and synchronization has time as a

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microstructures. I know it’s woo-ish to have little knitting needles of time creating spacetime but it’s a nice change from “time is irrelevant” (block time) which avoids the entropy problem.

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That’s the problem with blocktime. It treats reverse and forward time as identical. But entropy / information theory shows otherwise.

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We currently pretend to measure space without time. What is Platonic realm? How often do we ignore time in calculations?

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But could it?

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It’s what you’re interested in. Lee Smolin is a physicist. It’s his notion. I’m running with it.

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Much of it derives from a notion of viewing the Einstein equation as state.What’s fascinating at a state system is that it is a “snapshot”, frozen in time. Platonic.https://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/9504004

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Oh on the contrary. If Einstein’s equation is an equation of state, that makes time as primary.What ticks to the next event?

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Rotate the graph. But I suspect he’ll probably smush the space dimensions down to a blackhole smear or something.

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Phase locked loops. Synchronization creates time. I know.

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Right. phase coupling. It’s how you get order out of chaos.

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Time is our measure between events. That’s where light comes into play.

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But phase locking occurs regardless of medium.

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Ok. Maybe it’s local vs global. I’ll let it go for now.

I still think that entanglement is a case of non-local phase coupling pointing to spacetime as emergent – possibly from entanglement itself. But, you’re right: it’s in the “good luck proving it” department.

I still think that entanglement is a case of non-local phase coupling pointing to spacetime as emergent – possibly from entanglement itself. But, you’re right: it’s in the “good luck proving it” department.

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Einstein’s brilliant and rigorous definition of time is observed time.

If I run past a set of perfectly synchronized swimmers at a high rate of speed they won’t be so synchronized.

And yet, they are synchronized. Phased locked / phase coupled.

Entanglement is probably the ultimate in phase locked, moreso than two guitars resonating, more than the musculature of the heart moving between phase locking and chaos back to phase locking in a brilliant manner that manages to keep things flowing for a long time.

A few years back, I concluded (for now) that entanglement’s phase locking process is from whence spacetime emerges.

Seems simultaneous from our reference frame.

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