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#2: Post edited by user avatar Trilarion‭ · 2021-12-10T01:32:32Z (10 months ago)
I think the second question is actually the more physical one and the comment by the poster was helpful to understand the question. Added it.
  • Must calendars be based on solar systems?
  • Is it plausible to desire a "universal" calendar applicable everywhere in our universe?
  • Must calendars be based on solar systems (Must calendars be "relational")?
  • Is it plausible to desire a "universal" calendar applicable everywhere in our universe?
  • Is it plausible to desire a "universal" calendar applicable everywhere in
  • our universe?
  • Must calendars be based on solar systems (Must calendars be "relational")?
  • It might be that the universe "encapsulates" some minimal and absolute time units (Maybe these are Planck units) and even ways to measure them the most accurate we humans could (with our neurotypical understanding of reality in general) so to create a "universal calendar" usable at least to humans, anywhere in the universe.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar deleted user · 2021-09-05T02:12:45Z (about 1 year ago)
Must calendars be based on solar systems?
Must calendars be based on solar systems (Must calendars be "relational")?

Is it plausible to desire a "universal" calendar applicable everywhere in our universe?