View Full Version : Planck time refresh rate

2005-Dec-30, 04:11 PM
I'm trying to imagine a cinematic analogy between what we observe and Planck time intervals.
It's not to difficult to visualize, but it leads me to a question:
Are the scenes that flash before us at 5.391x10^-44
alternating "on" for one Tau then "off" for one Tau, like a squarewave?
Or could they be still scenes in a string of scenes with immeasurably small gaps?

I'm just speculating and would appreciate any illumination.

2005-Dec-30, 05:37 PM
I'm just speculating and would appreciate any illumination.At what quantization would you prefer this illumination? Is 5.391x10^-44 seconds measurable? Is such a frequency of oscillation even detectable? If the synchronization is universe wide and commensurate with the quantization of space, could we detect the difference between such quantization and THE CONTINUUM?

2005-Dec-30, 05:50 PM
Why does the movement through time need to be quantized at all?

2005-Dec-30, 06:57 PM
Why does the movement through time need to be quantized at all?
I don't know. But I have this feeling that it makes more sense things are quantized and that that has something to do with information.
But for the moment this is just a feeling. I did ask more questions related to this subject in this section. I really hope there are some experts that can illuminate us.

2005-Dec-30, 07:03 PM
Thanks Thomas. I go looking for those threads.

I guess what I was trying to ask was:
Is there an "off" period between time constants?
Are they spliced together in sequence without any distinct boundaries?
Is there a better explanation that eludes me?

Thanks folks!