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What is time?

I was thinking the other day that we all measure time by the distance around a center axis. Our earth time is measured by the length of days to orbit the sun as our axis. Our solar system rotates around an axis as do other galaxies. So my thought was how does time get measured at the central point of the measured axis? What is time in the very center of any axis? Can it be measured? Just thinking.

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  • Aug 11 2011: issac assimov postulated the big bang happens perhaps billions of times a second each bang with a degree of difference we percieve and attempt to measure as the forward progression of time. I assume he also was just thinking.
    • Aug 11 2011: Hello Todd. I have read many of Issac Assimov Science Fiction, but none of his other books. Do you happen to know what book this came from? I would be interested in reading more to help me understand or try to understand what Time Is? If you could share with me, I would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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