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Not even Einstein’s notion of time is correct.

02 Sep

The absolute time of Galileo, Newton and even Kant, their idealistic perfectionism needed this idea and today’s idealists still worship it, collapsed with quantum physics and then relativity theory, then because Werner Heisenberg worked at the Neils Institute Bohr, when he stated the principle of uncertainty in the article: “On the Perceptual Content of Quantum Theoretical Kinematics and Mechanics.” 
The uncertainty principle stated that we cannot measure the position (x) and momentum (p) of a particle with absolute precision, not because there is no precise equipment to measure, but because it does not have an absolute position, as momentum depends on time, he is not absolute either.
Einstein did not accept this idea well, and wrote an article with Boris Podolski and Nathan Rosen, so famous that EPR was known by the initials of the surnames of the three, which said that there was a ghostly action at a distance in quantum theory, his became known as quantum mechanics, as opposed to quantum physics, and the problematic phenomenon was quantum entanglement.
What the famous EPR article showed was that there was a “hidden variable”, saying that position could be measured without disturbing the particle, that is, it argued that space is absolute, but this theory was shown to be false by many scientists in the decade. from 70, Einstein didn’t live to see this, but now it’s more complicated.
The theory of relativity is valid for gravity and the behavior of stars, galaxies and the universe itself (except the 94% which is dark matter or energy, rs), and quantum mechanics describes the behavior of particles, ie the microuniverse of matter, which we just said has errors. Scientists mixed the two together and the result was astounding, if the presence of a massive object could “slow down” time, “placing a massive object – like a planet – right next to a ship could slow the passage of time,” explains physics Dr. Magdalena Zyck of the University of Queensland, Australia, one of the authors of the article.
The article in the prestigious scientific magazine Nature explains that “time has a very profoundly different character in quantum mechanics and general relativity. In quantum theory, events unfold in a fixed order (an arrow in time said Stephen Hawking), while in general relativity the temporal order is influenced by the distribution of matter. When matter requires a quantum description, the temporal order is expected to become nonclassical – a scenario beyond the scope of current theories”, the article states.
In terms of thinking, there is a paradox, most reasonings, even those considered scientific, live in a mechanistic logic coming from Galileo and Newton, the famous clockwork, not even quantum physics, since physics begins to go further of quantum and a new conception of time emerges. Here’s an explanation of current physics below: