Does 'Time' really exist?
I will not link any specifics on the topic or question as there are many ideas on the subject out there. They are all easily researchable.
My purpose lies in the personal views on the subject whether they be based upon deciphering existing literature or personal connotation.
As we live in a cyclical world, time is a contrived measurement based on the principle of a metronome . I believe this perception impedes our true understanding of existence. Such measurements support only our revolving perception of lapsed experiences. Time cannot be prognosticated or set reliable outcome. Time is not navigatable in space (away from visible known solar systems). Time does not set a destination nor define a path to any. Time is not a continuum nor the lack of.
Time is only relevent in the attempt to adapt an entity or idea to circadian rhythm. Time cannot be measured in the same way as decibels, temperature, or mass. Time has escaped our five senses. Even though we have sight and can see the effects of aging and guage decay, we have no inner sense of increment even though we can be sure of some lapse between before then and now.
If time did exist then what would prevent it from moving faster or slower than our perception?
Your thoughts, no matter how trivial, scientific, or humorous, are welcomed.