The scientific definition of time

The paper titled 'The Scientific Definition of Time' was presented at the
International Conference of Rational Science held in Salzburg, Austria, on
April 5, 2014. They were published later that year.
A video of the presentation is at the bottom of this page.
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Science 3
Physics       Extinction       Philosophy
On the electrodynamics of moving bodies
Thermodynamic Asymmetry in Time
The CRESCERE Muon’s Lifetime Experiment
What is a point?
Confessions
Newton's Scholium on Time, Space, Place and Motion
Fabric   of  the   Cosmos:   The   Illusion   of  Time
Time Travel
A brief history of time
About Time
Existence
time
The  Foundation   of   the  General   Theory   of   Relativity
Planck time
past
future
time
time
Time and Frequency from A to Z, Time
                                      Universal   decoherence   due   to   gravitational  time
dilation
Differential  aging   from  acceleration,  an  explicit  formula
The Fabric of the Cosmos: The Illusion of Time
four-dimensionalism
B-Theory or time
Temporal  parts
                                             The  Particle  Problem  in  the  General  Theory  of
Relativity
Gravity’s   Rainbow   and   Traversable   Wormhole
Traversable wormholes: Some simple examples
Making  a  wormhole  just  got  easier… but  it’s  no  simple  matter
Why God Doesn’t Exist
translation(geometry)
distance
What is an object?
present
process
change
Displacement versus Distance
The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant
Einstein’s Special Relativity Made Simple
year
Space  Probe  to  Test  Einstein's  "Space-Time Warp"  Theory
Gravity  Probe  A
                                             Characteristics  and  Applications  of  Precise  GPS
Clock Solutions Every 30 Seconds
second
length
length
Geometry  and  Experience
position
Motion,  Position,  Velocity, And  Acceleration
What is motion in physics?
What is Motion? - Definition & Laws
motion(physics)
distance
triangulation
What is Physics?
                                               Around - the - World  Atomic   Clocks:   Predicted
Relativistic  Time Gains