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1. Spiral Time


This Notebook examines the Ecological Time Theory and its implications for behavior. First we make some observations, form some hypothesis, then test these hypothesis in some casual experiments. This leads to the formulation of the Ecological Time Theory. We then explore the implications of the theory, which include multi-dimensional time, with the corresponding idea of Time Density. Then we explore the philosophical implications of multi-dimensional time, examining differences between free will and determinism. Finally we examine the implications for behavior. First we look at abusive relationships, then at the creative life style. (Listed below is the Table of Contents for the paper. Click on the headings to view the content.)

1. The Observations

A. Initial Observation: Waiting & Creativity Don't Conflict
B. Observation 2: Waiting Competes with Night Activities
C. The January Observation: Waiting Assists Creativity

2. Initial Interpretations

A. A Historical Perception of Time
B. A Time Battle & Resolution
C. Misconceptions & Ecological Time

3. The Theory of Ecological Time

A. New Ground: Time has two dimensions
B. The Glue of Time: Existance, Memory, Computation
C. Time Density
D. Change in Linear Time vs Change in Spiral Time
E. Postulates

4. Philosophy: Free Will, Determinism, & Time Momenta

A. Counter Intuitive
B. A Funny Juxtaposition of Two Ideas
C. A Brief Digression into the difference between Fate, Destiny, Will & the Gods
D. Our Assumptions

5. Directions & Applications

A. Implications for Abusive Relations
B. Implications for the Creative Life or Each Moment of Time is Golden
C. Notes on the Experimental Method

Summary & Conclusions


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