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As we have seen in our previous analyzes of the time, it is impossible to define the Planck time. Although the quantized

timing cycle with the speed of light is included in every quantized size, the Planck time does not exist in the usual form.

There is only the quantized timing cycle and this universal timing cycle produces the events, which we can measure.

However, the events take place according to various sums of quantized timing cycles. Therefore there is no absolute time

for all events at any location, but each event has its own timing cycle-sum. This issue with the proper time we have

discuss in the last Chapter on the analysis of the relativistic effects.

The international definition of the macroscopic second is based on the speed of light, but we cannot use the second for the

definition of the quantized time, because itself depends on the quantized timing cycle in the speed of light

The second is the sum of the quantized timing cycles, which we have established as the unit of measurement of the

constant clock rate in a microscopic event:

It is reasonable that the universe is not governed by our definition of time. As we have seen in the last Chapters, the

universe has its own time structure. Therefore, instead of the Planck time as a microscopic second with a quantized

magnitude, we can define the Planck- timing cycle with the value 1.00100100100 ... as an infinite series, which is based

on each physical event.