"Time is a form of energy"


Dr. Ibrahim Hanna

Working with postulates

This page is dedicated to introduce energy as a function of time. New concepts and terminology is needed. Methods of closing a system to motion as a function of position, may lead to the mistake of generalizing a special rule.

Relative Motion as a function of time, teaches that a net force, not only subjects an object to acceleration, but also as a function of time, we may have more than one dimension or field of acceleration. To simplify the concept, we may suggest that a similar net force and similar object would act differently, if the field of motion was different, like a simple field of vacuum, air, water , electrical, or a combined or relative field and so forth. No matter how complicated such field can be, from energy prospective, acceleration can only be of the power square and variables relevant to any space coordinate, are controlled by TIME.

A second acceleration is a continuous force-equilibrium relation between motion kinetics, and between its potential source of energy.

Unlike Lorentz Transformations, in its efforts to solve the mystery of Ether by calculating relative time as a function of position.  Relativity As A Function Of Time, based on identifying fields of acceleration under energy conservation principals, requires that relative positions in a motion, are calculated as a function of time, where in applied physics:

  • As a function of position, Pascal can increase available force (Newton/s) for a loss in metric distance.
  • As a function of time, Pascal can increase available work energy ( Joule/s) for a loss in time lapse distance of acceleration. To have a mechanical design open to time, Relative Motion conditions are to be met.
  • Time lapse under a chosen universal acceleration, is a new scale that is needed, to measure distance when motion is a function of time.


  1. Time accelerates potential energy like force accelerates a mass.
  2. Motion is a function of time, when acceleration is of the power square.
  3. Relativity as a function of time, measures available work energy, and means traveling at a different time lapse of a universal acceleration between positions A and B, despite equivalent initial thermal potential.
  4. Acceleration under certain conditions may result in creating a non-particle negative mass (a space void).
  5. Accelerating a Negative mass,  is a source of energy, which must have been the method of how nature is feeding our universe with energy needed for its accelerated motion.

APS presentation

Time as a form of energy presentation . Copyright 2019


APS - April 2019 meeting. Updated May,2019

Time as a form of energy

2019-04-13 APS -V4 (pdf)