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On the Origin of Time

@article{Kunst1999OnTO,
  title={On the Origin of Time},
  author={Ernst Karl Kunst},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={1999}
}
Herein it is shown that mass and time in the rest frame as well as relativistically enlarged mass and dilated time in the moving frame are of like origin. This implies that the former are generated by the movement of a fourth spatial dimension of matter relative to a four-dimensional manifold. 

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