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Classical Homogeneous Time
Quantum Heterogeneous Tihmings

Watch for additional comments here in future.

"Doug! Damn it! How am I to figure out what all that gobble-dee-gook above means?" Listen, reader, we
understand your reaction. It has taken us years to get to this point. It is n¤t easy. However, we are
attempting to make it easier and faster for YOU.

Look at our red left-leaning V above. Think about you...think about one of those quantons in our V.

Now, ask yourself, "Self, self, of what are we made, Oh! self, of what are we made? What are our constituents, self?"

Self's answer: "Quantons!"

Now again, ask yourself, "Self, self, Oh! self, of what are those quantons made?"

Self's answer: "Quantons!"

So, reader, you have already learned a great deal so far.
From a Quantonics perspective, and using
QTMs, you are a quanton made of
aggregates of quantons each of which is more aggregates of quantons.

Now again, ask yourself, "Self, how far down does this recursion of quanton aggregates go?"

Self's answer: "Superb question! Quantum science tells us that quantum reality's smallest or least unit of action, e,
is a unit of absolute flux whose wavelength is called the Planck lambda, , or Planck wavelength. It is smaller than our abilities
to measure it. (Modern scientific measurement can go down to scales of ~10-19, with total scientific
bandwidth capability roughly 1022, or 73 octaves
—about half in terms of octaves, n¤t in terms of bandwidth capacity
of nature's whole musical score.
Compare that to a Planck length scale of ~10-43.) So our answer is that an interim
'bottom' occurs when quantons' aggregate comstituents are all



Now perceptually anticipate many other you's and many other quantons which comstitute our multiverse.
Further comsider each of those other quantum systems having their own "many tihmings," plus
many other "many quantum numbers-flux_artifacts." Now comsider their potential and actual
"many qualitative Quantonic-quantum measurement event interrelationships." (8Mar2001 - Doug.)

We can simplify this whole discussion by just saying, "SOM's CTMs synthesize quantum reality's
many tihmings into a single unitime." SOM is consistent. It synthesizes most of its classical concepts.
However, quantum reality is n¤t unitemporally synthetic. It is omnitemporally real.
SOM tries to con us and it does con its objective reality. (29Mar2001 - Doug.)

We say this another way commencing 2006,
"SOM, its CTMs, and their classical dialectic perjure quantum reality!"
6Jan2006 - Doug.

Now reader, we can give you a glimmer of what our graphic above means for you.
Imagine what might happen to you if you had to be capable of keeping track of real ævæntings
in your own l¤cal physical comtext at a Planck rate of
approximately (quantum~rælatih t¤ l¤cal quantum~phasæ ratæs) 1043 occurrences
per l¤cal phasicityings' quantum~tæhmp¤ral ¤mniht ræfæræncings!
6Jan2006 - Doug.

Can you imagine your extreme overload?
(In Quantonics, we think this may be a quantum exegetic for autism! Also comsider what that means if it is an exegetic!
It means humans have intrinsic extended sensory capabilities which we do n¤t use or have n¤t yet
learned to use. You also may wish to view our Stairs as Perceived by our Quantum Stages on this particular topic.)
At scales between our interim Planck bottom (no pun) and our l¤cal physical comtext, many other
quantonic aggregates, e.g. atoms, have l¤cal tihmings which are slower than a Planck clock rate, but still much too fast for us.

Finally, reader you should be able to see what our graphic above shows. Each 'level' of quantons has its own l¤cal
tihmings base bandwidth. In a manner of speaking, "We cann¤t feel, see, or sense tihmings' rates outside our temporal bandwidth."
To see this more vividly, think about your body's cells. They are working at some rates outside your bandwidth.
Too, when they undergo apoptosis and rebirth, y-our senses are normally wholly unaware. Now think about
y-our bodies' atoms and their electrons. Obviously, we have no inkling of those tihmings' scale of ævæntingss even though
they are happening on vast scales of ~1027 atoms and above
when you consider atoms' constituent 'electron,' 'nucleon,' and quark quantons.
Omnifferent quanton 'levels' of aggregates have omnifferent tihmings' bandwidths, or omnifferent l¤cal tihmings. You should now be
able to understand why we say quantum tihmings are heter¤gene¤us, amd emphatically n¤t classically homogeneous-unitemporal.

Mae-wan Ho talks about humans' sensory capabilities in terms of their uses of available real bandwidth.
Read her book for more: the Rainbow and the Worm. (Search for 'octave.')
We discuss this topic briefly in our review of William James' Some Problems of Philosophy.
See our Chapter I review, page 22 Comments.

Our above graphic arises from our attempts to view quantum tihmings in a more novel light. As you can see classical time is homogeneous, one time,
unilogical time. By comparison, quantum tihmings aræ heterogeneous, many tihmings, omnilogical tihmings or paralogical tihmings. Our intuemes for
this novel plural tihmings view come from studying these authors: Robert M. Pirsig, William James Sidis, Mae-wan Ho, William James,
Henri Louis Bergson, and Sin-Itiro Tomonaga's recollection of P.A.M. Dirac's work on a "many times" version of quantum science.

Robert M. Pirsig had a large influence early in our process of discovery. He introduced us to a meme of
"many truths" in "many contexts." See his books in our Recommended Reading and his SODV paper here on our site.
Then Mae-wan Ho gave us our first whiff of passé classical time as
"an infinitely divisible homogeneous quantity," and showed us a di(omni)fferent, more quantum intueme of quantum tihmings
as "an indivisible heterogeneous quality." See our Famous MoQites-Bergson for more.

From there, we found James' marvelous comments on more novel quantumesque pluralism and its absolute
"flux" vis-à-vis obsolete objective-materialist monism. Next, we took Mae-wan's suggestions and pursued
Henri Louis Bergson's works. Our diagrams above find us having finished a review of Bergson's An Introduction to Metaphysics,
and near an end of our review of Chapter I of his Creative Evolution. Interested readers should watch for Chapter I's debut
on our site starting 9Oct2000. We will try to complete one chapter each week thereafter.

Bergson's remarks (catalyzed by Mae-wan's urgings) affected much of our graphic work above.
Our sincere thanks to Mae-wan Ho for her prescient work in her
the Rainbow and the Worm. Too,
we must acknowledge Rhett Savage for his site
h is for h-bar
(we have lost this link and will attempt to restore it when we can:,
where we first discovered Mae-wan's work.

And, reader, you might imagine our absolute thrill in reading Tomonaga's The Story of Spin,
Lesson 6, to discover Dirac's many times wave function! That was, for us, spine tingling.

A huge impetus for us to understand a novel meme of heterogeneous tihmings as replacement for
an old, obsolete, classical Platonic-Aristotelian-Newtonian idea-concept of homogeneous time
is our work on William James Sidis' The Animate and the Inanimate (AIA). William Sidis was about
12 years old when William James transitioned back to isobeing. Nine years later Bill Sidis wrote
AIA. We wonder how much of William James' Some Problems of Philosophy Bill Sidis knew about. We think
there is enough suggestive evidence there for a great mind like Sidis' to commence a fundamental grasp
of heterogeneous tihmings. If we reviewed his book assuming that Sidis' view of time was classically
homogeneous when, indeed, it was quantumesquely heterogeneouswell, you can see what a terrible
result we might have hewn. Sadly, our efforts to learn about heterogeneous tihmings are delaying our pending
AIA review at least two years! But our results will be much better and you, our audience, will benefit greatly.

We think our graphic (even though it has extreme 2D limitations) offers a good beginning to those
of you who want to learn and innovate more about many tihmings and heterogeneous tihmings and plural tihmings.
And if it does, we may have saved you our many tihmings of work to arrive at this juncture.

Adjunct to our effort here we are working on a groundwork paper for our WJS AIA review,
which you may wish to read here titled,
Classical vis-à-vis Quantonic Time.

Hope you find this helpful!

Thanks for reading, amd "Many Tihmings To You,"

Doug, 1Oct2000.

©Quantonics, Inc., 2000-2011 Rev. 23Apr2009  PDR Created: 1Oct2000  PDR
(2Oct2000 rev - Repair typos. Added 'Reader...self' help section at top, to make graph interpretation easier.)
(11Oct2000 rev - Correct sublink of Stairs as Perceived by our Quantum Stage to 'Autism.')
(11Oct2000 rev - Add link to our review of Bergson's Creative Evolution.)
(17Oct2000 rev - Add 'nucleon' as another type of atomic quanton constituent.)
(7Nov2000 rev - Add link to our WJS AIA paper on Classical vis-à-vis Quantonic Time.)
(16Nov2000 rev - Add anchor and red color emphasis to paragraph on temporal bandwidth.)
(8Mar2001 rev - Add new red text. Alter 'context,' to 'comtext' and replace 'idea' and 'concept' with quantumese.)
(8Mar2001 rev - Pluralize quantum 'times' where apropos.)
(29Mar2001 rev - Add remarks on SOM's synthesis of time.)
(31Mar2001 rev - Change nonclassical uses of 'new' and 'not' to 'novel' and 'n¤t.')
(14Nov2001 rev - Add link to our temporal bandwidth paragraph above. Extend commennts there. Disable Rhett's link.)
(6Dec2001 rev - Add top of page frame-breaker.)
(13Feb2002 rev - Change Planck rate units from temporal to spatial.)
(7Sep2002 rev - Quantum Remediate page top graphic. Remediate quantum comtextual terms as needed.)
(14Jun2004 rev - Swap 'lambda' GIF for 'lambda' symbol font.)
(14-15Sep2004 rev - Remove table height and width constraints. Reset legacy red text.)
(6Jan2006 rev - Add red text and links. Add 'Cellular Apoptosis' link.)
(23Ap2009 rev - Change some fonts to gifs. Routine maintenance. Make page current.)

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