Ahmad Eltahan

Time is a dimension and time could slow down at the same time so what is time cause time can not be a dimension and time could slow down and something else?

Cris Smith

Time is nothing; the evolution of energy in any given point of reference is in equilibrium. The 3 Dims of space embody coordinate of any locality regarding a phenomenon. Animation is the sharing of energy between phenomena. Time is not necessary for any of it. Curvature is not related to time as it is really related to the flux of phenomenon in the context of its state at any given relation to its fields. Static State is a reality but the curvature of energy is subsequent to the influence of all other energy. Hence we appear to have an active system. More concisely, it is evolving. Time is a projection of energy but it is the energy that is constant in varied states, this is our illusion of time, it is not physical.

Giovanni Lenzi Baraldi

Cris Smith, then what prevents me from arguing that space is not physical, Gravity is not physical (in GR context, no QFT of course) and so on?

Even time being the ‘projection’ of energy, why you say it is nothing?

Cris Smith

well yes if you want to get down to the nitty gritty it all sums up to energy – however space as a void could use some definition, in static state at least it is infinite and without definition except that we experience it as change in energy as well – the point is, it is all a relative elusion except for the context of our existence as we see reality with respect to our energy, the stuff that most are boggled over as potentially making up mass, albeit they are simply missing the perspective of continuity

Giovanni Lenzi Baraldi

Why you say its all sums up to energy? Why the preferred view?
My point is: Why couldn’t be energy the illusion, instead of time and other dynamic variables?

Cris Smith

Then I would have to get into the dynamics of my Theory – What we have in short is an explanation for the four forces of nature and a means to describe it all

Giovanni Lenzi Baraldi

=)
Cris Smith, with your permission I would like to publish this conversation as a status update. I think it is a very interesting subject.

Cris Smith

Sure

Sandra Wise

Time is a reality in that it is a wave accelerating at velocity…the direction is fixed therefore the wave even if a variable has a fixed commodity

Cris Smith

Accelerating Waves? Sounds like a stab in the dark. This is the way rumors get started.

Ahmad Eltahan

Do those conversations that happen between cries and Sandra have a relation with my question? I need cries or Sandra to answer me

Cris Smith

I see no affiliation Ahmad, the trick is noting that Sandra has a multiplicious notion of reality; I am sticking to a homogeneous one. Otherwise, please continue Sandra.

Ahmad Eltahan

if both of you Sandra and mr cris has a direct answer on my question please don’t wait !

Cris Smith

If you are waiting to hear that curvature is the answer or something, we are going to need more attention from you!

Sandra Wise

Best Answer: Use this linear motion equation: “s = ut + (1/2) at^2” assume that the acceleration is uniform. We are given that u =5.16m/s, s=149m and a=g…

Cris Smith

While this may seem like a straight forward attempt at an understanding, it is still a projection from the frame of reference we occupy. Discuss this with Einstein if he were alive and he would tell you it is all relative not linear as this equation supposes. He would be both correct and wrong collectively. His assertions on relativity answer only some aspects of the questions posed at the time in history. Curvature was given a time like description because we were familiar with the notion. To address time as a dimension seemed to answer a lot of questions in Einstein’s perspective. What is did not describe was an absolution to reality. The Lorentz transformation alluded to quantum significance. This is the reality we are still faced with. To this matter energy is universally compartmentalized unless we have a universal theory that addresses field interactions. This is our new reality. We cannot over simplify it, although it has been tried extensivly.The bottom line is, we have no proof that it exists physically as a dimension.

Sandra Wise

How weird do you have to make… life…..? Physics is the study of the observable physical universe its not suppose to be impossible to understand…observe and analyze………leave conjecture to the hippies and conspiracy freaks………

Cris Smith

The trick is to explain observation the way it is, not how it makes the most sense to us, that is the basis for distortion. So if you think it is up to the outcasts or distorted, just don’t contribute un-knowingly.