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TIME Second Revised Edition 2012

Jitendra Kumar Barthakur


HB+J; Art Paper: 454 p; 22 x 15.5 x 2.8 cm3;1074 gms


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This is the Second Revised Edition of the book “TIME” published in 1999 and classifies as time-literature, physics, philosophy of science and philosophy. The book extracts from the Sanskrit text the ancient ideas of the Indian philosophy about time. The book defines time. Time is the first concept of “alter”. Where does “alter” take place?... Conscious time starts at the fullness of sub-dynamism within the duration (“before”, “after”) – and flows forward from instant to instant discretely but without gap between the instants... Conscious time is NOT divisible indefinitely… Conscious time has multiplicity; and provides different streams in timeframes Physics and other branches of science use timeframe to make observation; or apprise ideas. What is not conscious time in time is paratime – the group name given to experiences like dream-time, memory, imagination and other time-forms that use space as concept - as in relativity… A new mathematical tool named odvoito operator and the new concept of sub-dynamism of the physical sciences help to define time. Incidentally, in Indian shruti, “time” presides over the energy to motion syndrome (Oswinee – Rigvedo),..

Author, Jitendra Kumar Barthakur, Ph.D. in statistics, is a retired officer of the Indian Frontier Administrative Service of the Government of India who had worked from his student days on the continuity of population in conscious time with the inputs of discrete subsets of deaths and births. Continuity of “population” on the time variable “date”, its association with the personal time variable “age” and the coincidental or survival time variable of “Cohort Age” provided a fascinating field of study. “Age” presides over the limitedness of birth and death and the continuity of survival; however, not in the same way... Author hopes to write about “demochronon” some day.