How is time different from math? Is time a part of math?
For me time is like math rather than a "real" thing. Time is just a tool rather than a "fundamental thing".
I feel confident saying that an object like my computer exists outside of my brain, but I am not comfortable saying time exists outside of my mind. It is just like math which is a tool we use to understand the real world like information processing.
So with all I have said, I want to ask if I am wrong and if so why?
Edit: Some of you say that time is a dimension and is very real some mention spacetime but my point is that time ia just like a name we use to describe behaviour of what we see which are energy and matter interactions, time is like language a word we use to have a frame of reference in order to be more precise when we predict the future so animals don't see time they only see the interactions of stuff but we in order to measure those interactions more precisely have invented the concept of time. Well at least that is how I think, suggestions are always welcomed I am open minded. So im open to someone that gives me a good reason regarding that time is real like matter or energy rather than a concept we created.