As the forum alludes to, time does not exist, it is simply a matter of scalar relativity and spatial occupation relativity divided by the Observers POV versus the object viewed..
I see time as not existing, but rather a simplistic understanding of the 4th dimension relativistic of the Observer versus the observed, however in reality, the 4th dimension is a scalar relative viewpoint which is simply broken down to one word "distance"
Distance is a scalar relativity problem because it has to take into account a common scale versus the division factor utilized in the formation of a "distant point" however it is a "virtual representation" associated with the observer versus the observed and has nothing to do with the constant state of curvatures..
What bothers me is that when you place a beginning point, you are assuming a constant medium without quantifying the medium itself in the operations, so even though one can focus on a distant "virtual point" to assign a division factored "line" to extract a means to evaluate the operation itself in applications, does not mean it is time, it simply means it is a "virtual time" or VT as I prefer to call it..
I see fluid motion without true representation not as a "totality", but rather as a "universal organic" system that never repeats itself...
Infinity Is Just A Name, It's Application Is Forever