In order to communicate thoughts about the reality we can perceive (or imagine), man tends to create imaginative words and mathematical equations, such as 'time' and 'mass'. Unfortunately, those imaginative words and named equations may subsequently be mistaken for a natural reality unto themselves. This problem is amplified when the words and equations created by man are used as the basis for subsequent generations of imaginative words and equations. The words and equations may also be used rather carelessly. This has resulted in confusion and over complication about our understanding of natural reality.
Currently accepted basic theoretical scientific concepts can be greatly simplified, without adversely affecting practical technological considerations, by reconsideration of a few basic assumptions that apparently have not been previously considered.