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  1. #131

    Re: THE EMERGENCE OF TIME - Symphony Orchestra (Sosnowski)

    David

    You said


    Gradually, into modern times, though, it has become ever more
    precise and absolute, externalized from consciousness -- and
    the concept of flow is lately being replaced by implications of
    terminal granularity, of time as minuscule discontinuous quanta
    rather than an uninterrupted stream.


    This is something I have been thinking about for the past few years. I didn't realize that others have had the same thoughts. I have tried to construct various experiments to see if this is indeed the case, but every experiment so far requires a particle accelerator the size of the moon. Not quite cost effective. However if time is indeed not continuous, then time travel should be possible. Well, time travel to the past anyway, because time travel to the future is already been shown to work on a constant basis.

    I also agree that we do not understand or even know all of the principle rules of the universe, so most likely time really has no endpoint. If that is the case, then hopefully our universe will stop expanding and contract so as to do it all again. I may not see it all happen, but at least there won't be some cold universe left with a few empty and lifeless rocks speeding away into eternity.

    To me time does exist in more ways than we have figured out yet. I believe that Gravity has a great deal to do with time. THe fact that there is a concrete speed limit in the universe shows to me that time does exist. I don't think we have yet figured out that true speed limit because I think we are missing some data that we cannot see, hear feel. or comprhend at this point of our evolution. Maybe in time (lol) we will.

    Ron

  2. #132

    Re: THE EMERGENCE OF TIME - Symphony Orchestra (Sosnowski)

    Interesting thoughts and conjectures, Ron.

    But perhaps we had best leave further discussion
    for another day... this piece has taken up far, far
    too much of the forum's *time* already... lol!

    All my best,


    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    ,

  3. #133

    Re: THE EMERGENCE OF TIME - Symphony Orchestra (Sosnowski)

    Hi Dave,

    Well, what can I add to the hundred+ responses that have already been posted LOL!

    The more I listen to your music, the more it gets in my ear, and the more it delights. I listened, following the score as best I could. I have much to learn, that is all I can say!

    Bravo!

    With deep appreciation,
    Karen
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  4. #134

    Re: THE EMERGENCE OF TIME - Symphony Orchestra (Sosnowski)

    Hi Karen!

    Quote Originally Posted by KE Peace View Post
    Hi Dave,

    Well, what can I add to the hundred+ responses that have already been posted LOL!
    I'm pleased you came by to listen, my friend. As for
    the response, I truly don't understand the extent of
    interest in this little piece. Perhaps it is the subject
    itself -- time is a matter that fascinates so many of
    us.

    The more I listen to your music, the more it gets in my ear, and the more it delights. I listened, following the score as best I could. I have much to learn, that is all I can say!
    Me, too! A symphony orchestra... it's such a vast
    and versatile terrain -- one can survey it forever,
    I think, and never discover all it can do. May we
    both look forward to decades more of exploring!

    Bravo!

    With deep appreciation,
    Karen
    The appreciation is mine, Karen. Thank you again for
    listening.

    All my best,



    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
    .

  5. #135

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    Like Rich, I admit!

    This is a timeless piece of art!

    \\\\YOu have put special care in the treatment of the percussion.

    May I call this an atonal work?

    I love the viola passages, David.



    Fred, the roving historian ~ Phil (from GPO - forum, even known as fastlane.)

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