i am trying to

*rework*the concept of time as we know it. when a second can feel like year and a year like a second, time becomes arbitrary. when it takes a day to stack 1 million sats but then someone can zap 1 million sats for a nice post, time also becomes arbitrary. consider how in China a skyscraper can be built in a week, or how Amish can construct a barn in a day. i now try to think in terms of power and amount of work, experiences, achievements, creations. in other words - proof of work.bare with me, i have not fully thought this thru and i am looking for feedback and corrections.

time was a arbitrary scalar that was created for convenience. we figured out that by dividing work performed by power projected (like distance traveled by velocity achieved), we can organize ourselves a bit better.

however in the process something bad happened. we started putting more emphasis on time rather than work & power. coupled with another arbitrary scalar (a dollar), we get "dollars per hour," which by my argument equals (arbitrary scalar #1/arbitrary scalar #2).

anyways - perhaps the way forward in reality is to think in terms of power projection and amount of work to be done, rather than time. visualizing projects in those real-world terms rather than a made-up term may help us progress faster. let me hear your thoughts.