Brian Lee Watson

TPM Coordinator, U S Synthetic Corp
Springville, UT, United States

About Brian Lee

Bio

Husband of 24 years. Father of three. Son, Daughter, Son. With current employer for 14 years. Enjoy the outdoors. Active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Survivor of CLL Cancer and winning the battle. Three years in remission and many more to enjoy along life's Journey.

Languages

English

Areas of Expertise

Electrical Automation & Robotics

An idea worth spreading

How is time measured at the center of an axis? We measure our time in days as revolutions around our sun as our axis. Solar systems also rotate around an axis that is measured by time. But how is time measured at the center of an axis point? How Big is Big and how small is small. What is the center point of an axis? Can it be measured? Is this the point of infinity? Just thinking.

I'm passionate about

My family, and sharing my work and ideas with others.

People don't know I'm good at

Troubleshooting and repairing of many types of industrial equipment. Deductive reasoning is a gift to me from my Father in Heaven.

Comments & conversations

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Brian Lee Watson
Posted about 3 years ago
What is time?
Hello Todd, Thanks for the information. I will look into this and do some more looking into what others have said. It is a very open topic, and brings many things to the table to consider. Thanks for sharing with me the knowledge that you have collected to allow me to grow. Somehow, we are all in this together. Thanks.
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Brian Lee Watson
Posted about 3 years ago
What is time?
Hello Borrah. You made me smile with your closing sentence. But your definition is profound. Thanks for sharing with me your thoughts and ideas. I believe it is the sharing of thoughts that help us all grow intellectually.
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Brian Lee Watson
Posted about 3 years ago
What is time?
Thanks Todd. These are some very deep subjects and I have been reading more and more along these lines. I am also wondering is Einstein's understanding of the speed of light, really a correct formula or is the speed of light like you stated, No Barrier at All? It seems to me that the more we study the more we do not understand. One question leads to another and another, etc. With the speed of technology, we are able to see farther than before, look smaller than before and it just puzzles my mind, if Time is a measurement, How big is big and how small is small??????? It seems to me to be an infinite distance either direction you start looking at. Thanks for the insite. Many more thoughts to consider.
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Brian Lee Watson
Posted about 3 years ago
What is time?
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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Brian Lee Watson
Posted about 3 years ago
What is time?
I would not apologize for your explanation. I think that you have explained it very well. That is where I get to thinking how BIB is BIG and how small is small. Thanks.
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Brian Lee Watson
Posted about 3 years ago
What is time?
I agree. That all time measurements that we have come up with are due to the measurement of distance traveled around an axis point. Thanks.
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Brian Lee Watson
Posted about 3 years ago
What is time?
I really like your answer. It cannot be held onto. It cannot be purchased. It cannot be retrieved. Only moving forward as we perceive it now. Thanks.
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Brian Lee Watson
Posted about 3 years ago
What is time?
But then the question begins, How BIG is BIG and how small is small. At what point of the center of the axis will there be no movement? No distance traveled like on the outside of a circle. What is in the very center of an axis that is used to measure time? Other Galaxies? Other Dimensions? Just wondering.