Time Measurement, Special Relativity & Time Fractional Formalism

New Understanding of Time Measurement (by Amrit S. Sorli): Recent physical research on time measuring suggests time measured with clocks is merely a numerical sequence of changes that takes place in quantum vacuum. Observer perceives this mathematical sequence of change with his senses, then it is processed within the framework of linear psychological time “past-present-future”, and finally it is experienced. In quantum vacuum the past, present, and future exist only as a mathematical numerical sequence of change. http://prespacetime.com/index.php/pst/article/view/334

Special Theory of Relativity without Imaginary X4 = ict Coordinate (by Amrit S. Sorli): With introduction of imaginary time coordinate X4=ict the question has raised whether this coordinate has a real physical existence or it is only a mathematical tool. In this paper it is shown that Special Theory of Relativity can be described without the imaginary coordinate X4 within a three dimensional Euclid space, where time t which we measure with clocks is a numerical sequence of motion, i.e., a material change within a three dimensional physical space. http://prespacetime.com/index.php/pst/article/view/335

Time Fractional Formalism: Classical and Quantum Phenomena (by Hosein Nasrolahpour): In this review, we present some fundamental classical and quantum phenomena in view of time fractional formalism. Time fractional formalism is a very useful tool in describing systems with memory and delay. We hope that this study can provide a deeper understanding of the physical interpretations of fractional derivative. http://prespacetime.com/index.php/pst/article/view/327