In the News (Wired): “PAST. PRESENT. FUTURE. In physics, they are all the same thing. But to you, me, and everyone else, time moves in one direction: from expectation, through experience, and into memory. This linearity is called the arrow of time, and some physicists believe it only progresses that way because humans, and other beings with similar neurological wiring, exist to observe its passing.
“The question of time’s arrow is an old one. And to be clear, it’s not whether time exists, but what direction it moves. Many physicists believe it emerges when enough tiny particles—individually governed by the weird rules of quantum mechanics— interact, and start displaying behavior that can be explained using classical physics. But two scientists argue, in a paper published today in Annalen der physik—the same journal that published Einstein’s seminal articles on special and general relativity—that gravity isn’t strong enough to force every object in the universe to follow the same past»present»future direction. Instead, time’s arrow emerges from observers. …
“Time moves as it does because humans are biologically, neurologically, philosophically hardwired to experience it that way. It’s like a macro-scale version of Schrödinger’s cat. A faraway corner of the universe might be moving future to past. But the moment humans point a telescope in that direction, time conforms to the past-future flow. ‘In his papers on relativity, Einstein showed that time was relative to the observer,’ says Lanza. ‘Our paper takes this one step further, arguing that the observer actually creates it.’”
My Comment: Time doesn’t exist, just as space and movement don’t. All of them appear only in our minds. So how is it possible to determine what is outside of our consciousness? We must rise above our consciousness with the help of the influence of the Ohr Makif (Surrounding Light—the Light that shines outside of us as long as we are not in a corrected state).