**Example 1: two objects are not relative in motion to each other.**

1) A monkey is from me at 1 meter.

2) The monkey blows bubbles with a frequency of 1 bubble in 1 second.

3) Bubbles fly in my direction at a speed of 1 meter per 1 second.

4) I get 10 bubbles within 10 seconds.

**Example 2: two objects are relative in motion to each other.**

1) The monkey moves away from me sitting on the pannier and blowing bubbles.

2) The bicycle moves away from me at a speed of 1 meter per 1 second.

3) Monkey blows bubbles in my direction with a frequency of a 1 bubble in 1 second.

4) Bubbles fly to me at a speed of 1 meter per 1 second.

5) The first bubble will be started from 1 meter distance. It will reach me in 1 second.

6) The second bubble will be started from 2 meter distance. It will reach me in 2 seconds.

7) The third bubble will be launched from 3 meters distance. It will reach me in 3 seconds.

8) The fourth bubble will be started from 4 meter distance. It will reach me in 4 seconds.

9) I will get 4 bubbles within 10 seconds.

**Analogies**

a) The bubble is a photon or an electromagnetic wave unit.

b) Bicycle is an object moving away from the perceiving object a bit slower than 300 thousand kilometers per second.

c) The frequency and amplitude of electromagnetic oscillations do not change.

**Thus:**

I. If the object is at the permanent distance from me, I get the removing object information unit as a unit of My Time.

II. If the object is moving away from at the speed of light, then I only get part of the same removing object information unit as the same unit of My Time t.

III. For perceiving object, Own Time exists, and Time Of Removing Objects is relatively decelerated time.

**The Time is:**

the number of vibrations obtained by one perceiving object in comparison with the number of vibrations obtained by other perceiving object.

*or even simply*

comparison of different vibrations to each other.

From these assumptions, one can guess that the space and the time are closely interrelated dimensions which may represent different insights into one entity, such as energy.