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Would the fact that velocity is measured in m/sec/sec mean that there are two time dimensions in our universe? How can something be measured in two times if there are physically not two times?
No. First, velocity is NOT measured in m/sec/sec, it is measured in m/sec. Acceleration, the derivative of velocity, is measured in m/sec/sec but that hardly means there are "two time dimensions".Would the fact that velocity is measured in m/sec/sec mean that there are two time dimensions in our universe? How can something be measured in two times if there are physically not two times?