What is square of time?


Not small t.

Small t is a length or a dimension.

CAPITAL T or T² is a magnitude of time, not a dimension.

Although I have no other experience T or T² could be the only way to understand time properly (apart from proper relativity and time dilation). It is certainly the simplest.

How does T² relate to the hypothesis of the reversal of divine merit of nativism and primitivism?

Who do you believe in Albert Einstein or Jesus Christ? The sciences are fundamental, but Jesus Christ and the Buddha were not advanced scientists, they were deities who talked in simple parables that even the lowliest could comprehend. It takes years of research and studying to understand Albert Einstein’s special theory of relativity, (in short relativity is too advanced or complex), where as everyone can understand Jesus Christ’s and the Buddha’s teachings with no qualifications. When I work on maths and time, I become unbelievably fundamental, mathematical, secular and scientific and I forget about spiritual and divine matters. In the past I have stated rational things like “time is not spiritual and divine,” “do not seek spiritual enlightenment, seek time intellectually” and “never listen to electronic beats all you need is a ticking clock.” And I used to really believe it! However, the discovery of the hypothesis of the reversal of divine merit of nativism and primitivism changed my beliefs and turned me back to faith and the arts. Therefore, this version of maths and time is also a philosophical investigation, as it is likely it does not to prove anything scientifically that we do not already know. Basically I have worked out that maths and time (scientific) is the opposite of faith and the arts (unscientific), hence, I am trying to balance and play the fundamental and the unfundamental off of each other.

Even caveman and primitives understood small t which is normal counting or lengths as in basic numbers like 3 rocks or 3 rocks times 10 equals 30 rocks and 3 rocks divided by 10 equals 0.3 of a rock. However, counting time behaves differently, with CAPITAL T² or relativity, 3, 30 and 0.3 are exactly the same. (And 3 equals anything else for that matter).

Mathematical counting.
Mathematical counting.


A very simple example:

t = 3 seconds

T^1 = 10 ds

T^2 = (3 × 10) / (3 / 10) = 10² = 100 ds²

A = 3 × 10 = 30 deciseconds (ds)

B = 3 / 10 = 0.3 decaseconds (das)

Note how 30, 3 and 0.3 are all the same length of time, just different magnitudes.


You need a calculator that converts decimals to fractions to practice mathematics and time. I recommend the Natural Scientific Calculator.

Natural Scientific Calculator by Stultus Studios Pty Ltd.

Occasionally a very powerful calculator is needed to calculate long numbers. PCalc is recommended.

PCalc by TLA Systems Ltd.


There are just a few very simple things you need to know to practice maths and time. You can learn them all in seconds.

1. Orders of magnitude (time).

As in attosecond (as) and exasecond (Es) etc. The above link is used for quick reference.

2. Scientific notation.

As in 2.3855886103 × 10^13

X = 2.3855886103

3. Basics rules of exponents.

As in when you multiply two exponents you add the exponents.

X × 10^13 × 10^6 = X × 10^19

And when you divide two exponents you subtract the exponents.

X × 10^6 / 10^13 = X × 10^-7

That is about it!


An example of a square of time:


B = A/T^2 = X × 10^4 Ms

What are the magnitudes of T^1, T^-1, T^2 and T^-2?

What are the powers n of X × 10^n for A and t?


T^1 = √(A/B) = 10^6 μs

T^-1 = √(B/A) = 10^-6 Ms

T^2 = A/B = 10^12 μs²

T^-2 = B/A = 10^-12 Ms²

A = BT^2 = X × 10^4 × 10^12 = X × 10^16 μs

t = A/T^1 = X × 10^16 / 10^6 = X × 10^10 s

Unit time is an inverse square!

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It is not a waste of time.