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The influence of time on Arithmetic.  We present a paper

Dynamic processes associated with natural numbers

in which we create a family of first-order-arithmetic interpretations where natural numbers are in association with time states. This allows to construct dynamic processes in such a way that an acceleration characterizes at least one arithmetic statement (for example, the Goldbach Conjecture), a characterization which is lost in an instant of time, obtaining a temporal singularity. That is, time adds relevant information to Arithmetic.

There is at least one adequate symbolism to represent the usual structure $\left(\mathbb{N},+,\times\right)$ (for example, the decimal system) capable of generating by itself another adequate one with more arithmetic information than the original one, specifically about primality.