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Offline Androbwer94

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« on: 18/07/2011 22:50:51 »
I have a theory about time that, to my knowledge, is a revolutionary way of thinking about the 4th dimension. I would like input on my theory and if anyone has seen a similar theory elsewhere that I am unaware of, please let me know about them.

Andrew Werner
Monday, April 19, 2011
A theory of the 4th dimension

Spatial Time Theory
            I have been working on a theory resolving both the incongruity of the 4th dimension and possibly the issue of inefficiency in modern flight. The basis of this theory states that the 4th dimension is another spatial dimension and not just a measurement of the passage of events. So to encompass this theory; picture the biggest star in the entire universe, and picture the entire known universe falling towards that star because of its gravitational pull. This theory states that time is no different.
Picture bigger events having more “time gravity” units (which for all purposes I have entitled a temporis) and the biggest event, which I have gestured to be the end of time, having the most temporii. This states that we fall through time as we fall towards a planet. This also means that it is an acceleration of time pulling us toward the end. Another result is that when nothing is happening, in other words, when you’re bored, time literally slows down, and when you’re having fun, time may literally fly by.
Now, to connect this to modern flight. Scientists now are searching by way of atom smashers, hydron colliders, and molecular accelerators for a graviton:  a unit of gravity. My theory thus adds time as a fifth force, accompanying gravity, electro-magnetism, strong nuclear force, and weak nuclear force. Scientists theorize that for every force unit there is an opposite unit called a spartacle. Being able to find a graviton and possibly harness its power may lead to the ability to control the spartacle of gravity. This would make flight and specifically space travel many times more efficient and fast by magnifying or cancelling nearby major gravity sources.
This leads to a connection between the before mentioned flight/space travel to time travel. Being able to find and harness a temporis and its spartacle will lead to the ability to speed up, slow down, or reverse our fall towards the end of time. Now referring to the socially accepted illustration of what we may look like to a 4th dimensional being, that is, a long, undulating snake starting at the beginning of our existence and ending at the end with each slice a three dimensional figure of what we look like at that time, we see that if we were to travel forward or backward in time, we would meet up with a different slice of our existence at a different time point.
The last point to make in this theory is that the way we break the gravitational pull of the earth is to use Newton’s third law saying that there is an equal and opposite reaction pushing forward on an object making a force backwards. Thus, we should be able to travel in time using the correct fluid dynamics, but because we are unable to observe and test the fabric and physical substance that makes up the 4th dimension, we are unable to utilize this to travel in time. This, obviously being the easier route to time travel, is unfortunately improbable to ever be possible.
If this theory is correct, we are possibly only 100 years away from time travel instead of the several centuries it may take to develop a way to travel close to the speed of light that would utilize the general relativity theory of Einstein to travel. Also, his theory states that at most, we would be able to travel back to where we first traveled forward in time, but not back before that.


 

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« Reply #1 on: 22/08/2011 04:21:20 »
Please, will anyone give me some feedback?
 

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« Reply #2 on: 22/08/2011 19:39:27 »
Please, will anyone give me some feedback?

Yes. This material was previously posted on another forum. That's a no-no so I'm locking this thread.
 

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