The following expresses the personal opinions of Mickey12. Nothing more and nothing less...
TIME: A BARRIER
First, let me say this: I do not believe that there is a "truth." Perhaps one can suggest universal laws, mathematical formulas and anything analogous as a rebuttal to this theory; however, those concepts that humans create to better understand the world are just that: their own creation.
Now, let's talk about one of those creations: time. Does it really exist? In my opinion, not only does it not exist but it also serves as a barrier to further knowledge. Time is considered nonflexible and frontward moving. But isn’t that quite a narrow-minded notion? Take for example, time travel. It is widely assumed that we can not logically (or what humans assume to be an “inflexible truth”) travel into the past or the future. However, if the notion of time was proven to be artificial, the predicament of “justification” would not be such a burden.
If time does not exist (a concept that is difficult to grasp because, psychologically speaking, it is not viable for the mind to understand non-existence), then we perhaps live in an instant, or a series of instances. Time is only a measurement (or a law) that makes these instances more recognizable to us. Laws may help us to understand the universe, but laws are unbendable and create a barrier between what we “know” and what we “don’t know.”
I believe that we are ultimately too rigid in our perception of the universe. Time, in my personal observation, is a barrier. Just look around and witness how time is supremely important to us humans. Time is everything. There is never enough time. But what if there was no time at all?
Just my $0.02