Vinícius O. Botelho
Member # 1303
posted 12. June 2004 20:25
This is part of a theory of mine that is almost published in a book (Theosophist, Scientific and Moral Traits for the XXIst Century. 1st: Principles of Cognition and Argumentative Studies About God) which I am posting here in order to find a good critical feedback on this specific part of my work.
The basic idea that is on the background of this post is that evolution is measured from time, and evolving this idea, in order to determine the IC of evolution (to measure how teleological is existence by determining how much of its evolution has a origin at ID and how much has not, for instance), I found a good way to quantify it.
The IC of time:
In Relativistic Physics:
The maximum velocity of anything is 2,99792458 x 10^(-11) mm/s
The minimum distance that is measurable: Planck's distance: 1,616 x 10^(35)mm
Therefore, the minimum time: 5,39039578 x 10^(-29) as, or 5,39039578 x 10^(-47)s.
Therefore, the change that can occur in this period of time is the unity of measurement of evolution.