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The space-time curvature is impossible to exist in a 3-dimensional space.

Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/09/2022 13:17:41The space-time curvature is impossible to exist in a 3-dimensional space. I don't think anyone said it was.But it's not a problem in 4 dimensional spacetime.

We actually live in spacetime.Who cares what would happen in "pure" space?The obvious answer is " nothing could happen because changes take time."

This shows that space-time curvature whether it is pure volume or (x,y,z,t) the curvature we now cannot happen.

Space-time curvature occurs in the geometry of space which is 3-dimensional ( x,y,z) it has nothing to do with time.

Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/09/2022 14:47:23Space-time curvature occurs in the geometry of space which is 3-dimensional ( x,y,z) it has nothing to do with time.Space-TIME curvature obviously does have to do with time, otherwise the word "time" wouldn't be in "space-time".

And as I wrote in the OP there are 3 possiblities that mass can curve space geometry and all of them fail to exist.

[quote ….as I wrote in the OP there are 3 possiblities that mass can curve space geometry and all of them fail to exist.

Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/09/2022 19:02:20And as I wrote in the OP there are 3 possiblities that mass can curve space geometry and all of them fail to exist. I don't know what you mean when you say "10 parts of mass" or "the bottom part curves with the greatest degree of curvature

This makes that there is a place of 0 gravity between the two atoms but this is not true gravity does exist so the curvature violates the concept of gravity.

Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 25/09/2022 14:01:11This makes that there is a place of 0 gravity between the two atoms but this is not true gravity does exist so the curvature violates the concept of gravity.I think you are taking the concept of "curved" space too literally.

So I am right according to my understanding of curvature?

Quote from: Bored chemist on 24/09/2022 13:56:05We actually live in spacetime.Who cares what would happen in "pure" space?The obvious answer is " nothing could happen because changes take time."Space-time curvature occurs in the geometry of space which is 3-dimensional ( x,y,z) it has nothing to do with time.

Quote from: Yahya A.Sharif on 24/09/2022 14:47:23Quote from: Bored chemist on 24/09/2022 13:56:05We actually live in spacetime.Who cares what would happen in "pure" space?The obvious answer is " nothing could happen because changes take time."Space-time curvature occurs in the geometry of space which is 3-dimensional ( x,y,z) it has nothing to do with time.It doesn't, in fact it has.