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physical time

[′fiz·ə·kəl ′tīm]
(geology)
Geologic time as measured by some physical process, such as the radioactive decay of elements.
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It is the notion of physical time, first in our experiences, that makes us think that the amount [of it] is an essential property of duration.
Physical time has been referenced in a number of different settings.
Craig argues that presentness is absolute, that past and future are relational terms anchored in what is absolutely present, that Grunbaum begs the question by ignoring the distinction between metaphysical time and physical time, and that Grunbaum wrongly assumes that events can, say, have the property of futurity (when in actual fact only presentness is a real property of events).
Although the notion of "here" can be simply defined as the brief physical time that we exist as individuals, we have the ability to make that "here" extend beyond this physical existence.
I regret it because I needed to allow myself the emotional and physical time to recover so I could be a good mother.
In traditional paper-based transactions, signatures and physical time stamps serve to authenticate when processes occurred.
The proposal should include five (5) physical time clocks capable of recording time by reading existing HID employee badges.
N] have the sense of decay parameters if t is the conventional physical time.
In the universe, the passing of physical time cannot be clearly perceived as matter and space directly; one can perceive only irreversible physical, chemical and biological changes in material media.
They accept chronological time, linear, physical time, but psychological time: I was, I am, I will be, is not in their mental vocabulary.
Bearing in mind the service you offer, it's virtually impossible for you to expand your business because it very much depends on your physical time and availability.

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