Time exists and is both Newtonian and relative?
This probably wont make any sense, I am trying to describe time ’naturally’ as we experience it, math is eternal [you always have 1,2,3, etc] so it gives the inquirer a sense that time doesn’t exist as all locations do exist. So here I am seeing time simply as the metaphor that existence moves through.
For ‘a’ to change to ‘b‘, ‘a’ must cease to exist and time must have occurred.
‘b’ should contain the information which composed ‘a’, yet ‘b’ = ‘b’.
‘b’ leaves ‘a’ remaining but has replaced its constitution [physicality], ‘a’ now = I [information] and the entire process = the recording of the transmigration of ‘a’ to ‘b’ composing informations ‘a’ and ‘b‘.
That ‘a’ no longer exists means there is no set of a,b,c,… history has no physical form, but information tells us it had occurred. ‘c’ = the future, and contains informations a,b, but has not its own constitution, therefore ‘c’ does not exist except in informational potential.
‘a’ cannot start, it must contain ‘c’ in potential. A,b,c, are transcendental where ‘x’ [an existence] is the body which moves between them.
Time is a continuum, there can never be anything but the states between a,b,c, in continual transmigration = à.
Relativity occurs because every set occurs in its own spatial location, but belongs to the greater principle of transmigration whereby all sets are movements forwards.