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# Time and space

9.7.2015

Question: Sir, say something about time and space?

Answer: Where there is a function, there is time. Time is the duration of a function. To measure time, there must be two aspects. Without comparison, time can't be measured. Keeping one function as a standard, you measure the other function. keeping watch as the standard, you measure other functions. Or keeping the sun as the standard, you measure other functions.

If you are not maintaining a standard, time will vary to each person. Because time is related to mind. Everybody's mind is functioning at a different speed. If you measure time without a standard, you will measure it according to your mind speed. Then the time will vary.

According to science, if solid and liquid elements are not there, time and space will also not be there. Scientists say that the distance between objects is space and the functional duration of objects is time. So if there are no objects in the universe, then there will be no space and time.

In fact, objects are limiting space. if objects are not there, there will be Absolute Space. Absolute Space is denoted as zero. Zero means the complete. That which can not be measured is Zero. In the Absolute Space, time is infinite.

Zero frequency = Infinite frequency

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Venkatesh - Bangalore

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