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The Possible Acceleration of Time

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Time as a dimension or coordinate axis is a generally accepted concept, but it is not this concept itself that appears noteworthy, but instead the manner or rate at which the universe progresses along the time axis. Although the idea of the progression of time is not universally accepted, many authorities appear to favor such a view. Several experts have proposed non-uniform rates, with such rates linked to both gravity and the galactic red shift. If time is not only progressing, but also progressing at a variable rate, a number of significant points arises. Both increasing and decreasing rates have been suggested. Perhaps an experimental validation of this phenomenon appears feasible.

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