
 Relativity, Einstein, time, science, D. & S. Birks 
  The movement of the earth in relation to light is abstractly represented in the pattern on the face of a clock, and in the grid pattern of a calendar. 
  Mathematical time, [T], is a system of measurement (expressed in the language of mathematics) that science has developed to indirectly measure absolute time; a mathematical system that is based upon, and derived from, the experience and measurement of the earth's movement relative to light. 
  Mathematically ludicrous, this mathematical approach to expressing the earth's velocity relative to light is the mathematical equivalent of a dog chasing its tail. 
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