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Law of TimeWhat is timeEverything happening in the universe can be described as an oscillationprocess both on micro and macro levels Spin of electrons around atomicnucleus spin of Moon around Earth spin of Earth and planets around Sunspin of galaxies Also everything in life of a human depends on particularrhythms and is described as an oscillation processAccordingly time is correlation of oscillation processes one of whichis referenceA lot of things in human life depend on sun rhythms so spin period ofEarth around Sun year and Earth around own axis day were taken as areferenceIf we look at human life as some oscillation process then we can see till20-25 - person learns everything and does not take active part in life ofthe society from 20-25 till 50 years most productive period in life of ahuman after 50 main part of humans are going into their own problems andavoid social life As a result most socially significant period of humanlife is lasts for about 20-25 yearsSimilar trend can be revealed if we consider average age of mother givingbirth to her first child it is also about 20-25 years As in case ofimpregnation genetic information exchange takes place and newborn babycarries already new genetic code then it can be defined that each 25years information exchange of biological level takes placeLets call this process frequency of biological time During globalhistorical process it is practically did not change and remains constantHuman is the only biological species on Earth who processes everything hegets from nature and creates something new Thereby besides biospherehuman created techno-sphere which he constantly changes and updates Legalusurious rate of interest ignite speed of techno-sphere changes forcing toimplement new technologies to pay off the debts Is there cycle
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