Yes – so what is the problem?

The problem lies with the definition of time. On a day-to-day level, I believe that time is functionally constant and reliable. We can create mechanical and electronic devices to divide time into useful tiny pieces, small enough to measure the minute triangulation differences needed for GPS, large enough to let us know when it’s time to take a tea break. This is time as we need it, to control processes, to know what day it is and to be absolutely sure when an astronomical event will occur, or when Santa will come … read more: