It is my admittedly simplistic understanding that the need or existence of time (in addition to matter and motion) has already been acknowledged. It is used in many equations. It is how we calculate speed, velocity, acceleration, and on and on. How can we explain what we observe in motion that is attributed to speed without the concept of time?
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Here's our coverage from the International Congress of Mathematicians 2022, including the Fields Medals and other prizes.
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