What if time weren’t actually time? It probably isn’t because a day doesn’t really last 24 hours and a year doesn’t really last for 365 and a quarter days and there’s no saying that time actually exists as an entity, even if that is hard to believe. On a, kind of, unrelated matter. What if, given that the universe is speeding up in all directions according to those in the know, and given that that information messes with the whole Big Bang theory stuff because it should really be slowing down in all directions, well what if the universe operates on a system that’s not all that different from osmosis, the thing that drags liquids into and through plant cells, with the things inside our universe rushing to reach the next cell type structured universe?
What if that were the case?