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 This continuing effect that extends time processes up from microphysics deserves to be called bary-genesis (“origin of mass”), in contrast with the historical occurrence that originated the population of baryons (baryogenesis).
 E. g., philosopher X. Zubiri says “Every apprehension has its own force of imposition, and this im-position in the intellective state is knowing”. Taken from:
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 Relative to a shell of the observable universe some 13.7 Gyrs away. This is not necessarily the veloc-ity with respect to the local space; nevertheless, motions inside our galactic supercluster alone add to ~300 km/s.