Time or "Clock Time" The chicken or the egg?

THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO our ancestors used the night’s sky and other means later, such as the water clock and the sundial for estimating the passing of time. The nights were full of danger, darkness and the cold. Knowing when to plant the crops in the spring so the harvest would be plentiful in September meant survival through the harsh winter months.   The day’s Sun brought light, plant life, warmth, safety, and hope—there was no TV or Ruby Tuesday’s. The movie night out was the night’s sky—watching the phases of the moon, the planets and the stars shifting to help navigate through the seasons of time, pondering the mystery? It worked for them it had to, it was a way to capture and use time as a tool for their advantage and survival.  


 Phase of our Moon today


Life was different then and how they viewed time was very different.

The calendar and clock system is based on the earth’s revolution around the sun, and the moons cycle moonthly. Early civilizations were in touch with time, but in a radically different way than for us today. With no sophisticated equipment, radar, or satellites for guidance, they relied on the sun, moon, stars, planets, and their overwhelming awareness of timewhich has been lost with us today.  Some say the monthly cycle is just part of the natural rhythm of the universe and would agree, certainly for back then, but now in 2017 I would suggest most have lost that essence of those once needed natural rhythms, besides the fisherman with the tides, the farmers with the seasons and women with their monthly cycles. Take a look at the Natural rhythm of the Moon around the Earth, which goes around the Sun in 365 days.

People today don’t give time much thought outside the world of clock-timethe 12 hour manual clock that has been handed down from generations, and as Deepak Chopra says, “a conditioning of social hypnoses” when it comes to time today.

      "Manual" book of instructions

Greek mythology gave us Janus for January, the God of opening and closing doors—Thor the God of thunder, for Thursday—the Romans gave us the months July and August, and March for Mars, the ancient god of war.  In Latin; September means seven, but is the ninth month today, October, means octo "eight," but is the tenth month today, November means novem "nine", but is the eleventh month today, and December means decemten", but is the twelfth month today…?   The seven-day week comes from the seven most visible planets to man long ago—the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter?  They are just ancient beliefs and words from a time long past; systems created and changed over the years, by the ancient, or powerful of the moment to quantify time, and most likely implemented as a way to control the herd.

From The Origins of Our Modern Calendar by Linda Kerr—The word calendar is derived from the Latin calendarium, meaning an interest or account book, and is related to the Latin word kalend, meaning "I cry!"

What does all this have to do with a day’s worth of time for you today in the 21st century?  It is just 1440 minutes a day! That is all it is for me. A Tuesday is the same as a Saturday; a Monday is the same as a Sunday—being just another 1440 minutes in one earth day—nothing more and nothing less.

“Wisdom is the power to put our time and our knowledge to the proper use.Thomas J. Watson

It’s the minutes not the hours that make the difference! Blurb from Chapter 10 of " The Time Factor" book.

It is funny when I talk about the minute clock or the 1440 Power System® to someone just about any time of the day or evening. Most people pause and have a peculiar look on their face, or they agree, but I know it doesn’t permeate their mind throughly, however, when I take them to the morning hours, whether it’s getting the kids on the bus, or just to what their morning is like before they go to work, they suddenly know what I mean.  It is the minutes not the hours that count in the morning.   
The word "time" is one the most common nouns in the English language, according to the Oxford dictionary. Time, as defined in Physics is a quantity measuring duration but for you, time is merely the 1,440 minutes you have each day.  That’s it! Forget about anything else you know about time. Think in minutes—think every day 1,440, or fourteen hundred and forty, and you will see how this simple process of thinking in minutes will be the foundation for everything and anything you want to do in your life! Plus as a bonus, TIME SLOWS TO TURTLE SPEED!!! 

The first step into the 1440 Power System is to simply subtract out your sleep minutes—leaving you with waking minutes to live, laugh, love, learn, exercise, play, relax and yes work (i.e., 7 hours of sleep = 420 minutes leaving you 1,020 waking minutes).  Once this simple concept sinks in—time becomes much like how you think about money—an intrinsic value has now been added to it. Who you spend it with, how you spend it, and what you spend it on,whether the people in your life—the TV, or movies you watch —the books—magazines you read, or the time you spend for learning on the internet vs. the time spent socially and for cosmetic use
Time now takes on the value of money—be careful of what and who you spend it on—you only have so much in a day and in your life. And most important, this thinking keeps you present (today now), not in the past (yesterday), or even the future (tomorrow)—knowing your minutes ultimately create your future
So if you want to change your future, you only have to change how you use your daily minutes, or the song remains the same.

Below you will see the seconds, minutes and how many minutes are left this date in time...

"Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." - Mark Twain

Time... inside the Matrix

Morpheus: What is real? How do you define real? If you're talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste and see, then real is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain. This is the world that you know. The world as it was at the end of the twenty first century. 

It's time to load the program. We can load anything you want, from weapons, books, apps, language programs, physical fitness training equipment, and TIME...lots of it!!! 

I know you're out there 
I can feel you now
I know that your afraid
Your afraid of us
Your afraid of change
I don't know the future
I didn't come here to tell you how this is going to end
I came here to tell you how this is going to begin
I'm going to hang up this phone
And then I'm going to show these people what you don't want them to see
I'm going to show them a world without you
A world without the standard clock time
A world where anything is possible 
A world where time has value and meaning

Where we go from there is a choice I leave to you

"If I could have explain it to the average person, I wouldn't have been worth the Nobel Prize"Richard Feynman


If you haven't seen the move In Time with Justin Timberlake, get on Netflix or whatever
and watch it ASAP..


Here he has just one hundred fourteen minutes and nine seconds left before he timesout... (dies)

Even though the movie is fiction and didn't get great reviews...that would be expected, since most people are oblivious to the tangible concept of time...
Here Justin Timberlake (Will Salas) is down to 22 seconds before he would timeout. In this scene he is playing cards and bluffs his way to win one thousand one hundred years below!!!!



As you can see 1440Time works the same away...except you aren't going to timeout!


Justin the truth is we need a revolutionary new approach to clock time, a new way measure and experience time for the 21st century, and one that enhances our passion and zest for the one life-time we get. I found it. 1440Time is for those who are already active, already living life to the fullest; it knows that you are a mover and shaker; it understands you value your time and crave even more! 

Justin you were in this movie and you more than anyone will get what I created. I am asking you, if think this is an awesome concept like I do, then get back to me. I would love to work with you on this. We can literally bring In Time the movie to In Time the reality... 1440Time!

Time is our entrance into the Great Game of Life, if it came in the form of a ticket, we’d get two. One life-time ticket into the great game and for 1440 minutes each day to play in the game!


                        Life-Clock                                                                                   1440Time 

Bertrand's Life Clock is a slowed-down clock which runs 61,320 times slower than normal: 1 minute on the clock takes a year for the hands to cross.