• Time in physics is defined by its measurement: time is what a clock reads. In classical, non-relativistic physics it is a scalar quantity and, like length, mass, and charge, is usually described as a fundamental quantity. My blog: Physics is the only science that explicitly studies time, but even physicists agree that time is one of the most difficult properties of our universe to understand. ... In the sciences generally, time is usually defined by its measurement: it is simply what a clock reads.
  • For theory both Space and Time are linked together. In the physical sciences most concern has to due with measurements of comparison. What has changed and by how much.
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  • Time is how nature keeps everything from happening all at once.

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