An unorthodox study of time and relativity.


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Square of time formula:

A = BT²

B = A/T²

T² = A/B


A = small magnitude time length

B = large magnitude time length

T² = small time magnitude square

Notice how A = BT² formula coincidentally matches E = MC² formula. Like I said all of this belongs to Albert Einstein.

What is square of time?

Square of time is CAPITAL T².

Not small t!

Small t is a length or a dimension.

CAPITAL T or T² is a magnitude of time, not a dimension.

Although I have no other experience T or T² seems to me the best way to understand time. It is certainly the simplest.

The point of orders of magnitude.

Why does a square of time exist? Surely it would not exist without orders of magnitude? There is no better way to use orders of magnitude of time than with square of time or maths and time. It gives them an excellent use. What else is the point of orders of magnitude for time?

What is the point of square time?

Square of time is relativity for laypeople like me, how else can laypeople like me genuinely practice, perform or exercise any form of relativity? Special and general relativity are too advanced. I am clueless! I mean I have never heard of any simple exercises with E = MC² that laypeople like me can practice, however, there are literally infinite exercises of A = BT². You can work with any time you like such as Mayan time or Martian time. Square of time is also “ahead” because the mathematics and formulas are very quick and they are always one step “ahead” of you, therefore, you have to think one step “ahead” in order to workout the questions.

Finally, even primitives such as prehistoric man understood small t which is normal counting as in basic numbers like 3 apples or 3 apples times 10 equals 30 apples and 3 apples divided by 10 equals 0.3 of an apple. However, similar to the speed of light, counting time behaves differently, with CAPITAL T², 3, 30 and 0.3 are exactly the same. (And 3 could potentially equal anything else for that matter).


A very simple example:

t = 3 seconds (s)

T^1 = 10 ds

T^2 = (3 × 10) / (3 / 10) = 10² = 100 ds²

A = 3 × 10 = 30 deciseconds (ds)

B = 3 / 10 = 0.3 decaseconds (das)

Note how 30, 3 and 0.3 (A, t and B) are all the same length of time, just different magnitudes. It is as if real time or relative time is never actually divided into say 30 deciseconds or 3 seconds as it is also 0.3 of a decasecond. Time is therefore whole, one, eternal, relative and a magnitude. Obviously it’s known that time is a magnitude, but I have never heard it said before that “time is not dimension, it is only a magnitude”, I have always been told that time is the fourth dimension or a kind of dimension or kind of a length, however, this investigation shows that real time is never a length or a dimension, it is only a magnitude. For such a simple formula, I am surprised that it is not very common knowledge indeed. Why didn’t I know? For example, 3 s (seconds) is also obviously 30 ds (deciseconds) and 0.3 das (decaseconds), however, the difference between 30 ds and 0.3 das is a square of the order magnitude of time as in 100 ds² and this is T². You could also say that 3 m (metres) is also obviously 30 dm (decimetres) and 0.3 dam (decametres), and, the difference between 30 dm and 0.3 dam is a square of the order magnitude of length as in 100 dm² and this is L². However, when you multiply 3 apples by 10 you get 30 apples, not 3 apples divided into 30 smaller pieces. And when you divide 3 apples by 10 you get 0.3 of a single apple, not 0.3 of a giant apple. In physics time is called a scalar quantity as opposed to a vector quantity, but it gets advanced quickly, where as to understand time properly, even a child can do it with T².


You need a calculator that converts decimals to fractions to practice mathematics and time. I recommend the Natural Scientific Calculator.

Natural Scientific Calculator by Stultus Studios Pty Ltd.

Occasionally a very powerful calculator is needed to calculate long numbers. PCalc is recommended.

PCalc by TLA Systems Ltd.


There are just a few very simple things you need to know to practice maths and time. You can learn them all in seconds.

1. Orders of magnitude (time).

As in attosecond (as) and exasecond (Es) etc. The above link is used for quick reference.

2. Scientific notation.

As in 2.3855886103 × 10^13

For ease of writing and although unorthodox:

X = 2.3855886103

3. Understood k.

The unit of time is always the number plus the decimal. We will take minutes (m) for an example:

m = 65/4 = 16.25

k is always the whole number part of the unit of time in question, (as opposed to the whole number plus the decimal or just the decimal) and although unorthodox, k is an ‘understood k’ in that it is the k of the unit of time being subtracted k or the k of the decimal being added k. Taking the above example using minutes (m):

k = 16

The division is always the decimal part of the unit of time for example again using the minutes (m) example above:

s/60 = 1/4 or 0.25


m = k + s/60 = 16 + 0.25 = 65/4 = 16.25

A typical example:

s/60 = 1/4

s/60 is the decimal of minutes.

k = m – s/60 = 16

This means that the whole minutes (k) equals minutes (m) minus the decimal of minutes (s/60). Note k is usually chosen by you at will or at random.

m = k + s/60 = 65/4 = 16.25

This mean that minutes (m) equals whole minutes (k) plus the decimal of minutes (s/60).

Another example with days (d) and hours (h), let’s say:

d = 82319/3456


h/24 = d – k = 2831/3456

This means that the decimal of days (h/24) equals days (d) minus whole days (k). Note how d – k is another way to say h/24.

h = (d – k) × 24 = 2831/144

This means that hours (h) equals days (d) minus whole days (k) multiplied by 24. As noted above d – k is another way to say h/24, therefore (d – k) times 24 equals h. Note how the unit of time (h) is encoded in the decimal (h/24) of the previous unit of time (d).

k = h – m/60 = 19

This means that whole hours (k) equals hours (h) minus the decimal of hours (m/60).


4. Basics rules of exponents.

As in when you multiply two exponents you add the exponents.

X × 10^13 × 10^6 = X × 10^19

And when you divide two exponents you subtract the exponents.

X × 10^6 / 10^13 = X × 10^-7

That is about it!


A simple example of a square of time:


B = A/T^2 = X × 10^4 Ms

Note: the only clue in the above problem is the unit of time, as in megaseconds (Ms).

Therefore, what are the magnitudes of T^1, T^-1, T^2 and T^-2?

What are the powers n of X × 10^n for A and t?


T^1 = √(A/B) = 10^6 μs

T^-1 = √(B/A) = 10^-6 Ms

T^2 = A/B = 10^12 μs²

T^-2 = B/A = 10^-12 Ms²

A = BT^2 = X × 10^4 × 10^12 = X × 10^16 μs

t = A/T^1 = X × 10^16 / 10^6 = X × 10^10 s

It is a square of time!

Note: square of time is all about the exponents.

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It is not a waste of time.