Time is simply a product of the motion of a mass or energy through space. "Time" isn't anything, it's just a phenomenon we use to measure durations, standardized using radiometric decay. As well, time is relative based on the local conditions of your location in the universe. Photons (processes) occur at differing rates based on gravity, so your speed may not be my speed...:)
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