August 18, 2017
absolute time, absolute mass, time travel, finite and infinite time
Principles of the Fundamental Theory of Time are taken from the book: Fundamental Theory of Time, Claudia Blass, CreateSpace Publisher.
Time on the surface of the planet with its atmosphere is not identical to Time outside the planet Earth (extraatmosphere) in the Solar System.
Regardless of the size of space in which a body mass exists, Time is vacuumed and so flows in such a way that the greater the mass of a body, the more and/or larger the vacuums of Time. If Time is vacuumed, it means that it is absolute, in the Euclidean sense of the word (with edges), without the vacuumed structure being altered. This is determined by the location of time in space in the Universe.