Does time exist? I'm am not so sure it does. my reasoning is; 1. time is a measurement of frequency of change of energy state. 2. controlled energy changes are constant, and don't vary, so if time existed we would see variations. now I know that the twin paradox is the go-to for proving that time exists. In the twin paradox, the traveler is moving close to c. since e=mc^2, e must remain static. I believe that to compensate for a static e value for each atom at immense speed, the atomic changes slow. So, atom change varies with the energy from speed, causing a slowed aging process at high speeds and a faster aging process at lower speeds. So, basically i think that we have fooled ourselves into believing time. When all we are measuring is recognized energy changes, and it also allows for a measurement of our current energy state, especially since we are all on the same space rock, moving at the same speed. I know I sound like sound like a mad scientist, and I am probably wrong about a lot of things, I would just like to know whether this makes sense or not.