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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: Ans on 22/12/2018 18:23:12

Is time exists on fundamental level or is it emergent phenomena? Is dynamics exists on fundamental level or is it emergent phenomena?
Special and general theories of relativity shows that there is dependency between time, matter and space. If both time and dynamic are not exists on fundamental level, it means also that matter and space, observable by us, are also not fundamental and not exists on fundamental level.
We observe effects of time and dynamics each second. How to build model where time with dynamics, matter and observable by us space absent on fundamental level?
I wrote article with model of nature where both time and dynamics are not exists on fundamental level. In that article I show how to derive curved spacetime with time and dynamics from Euclidean space without time and dynamics. In that article was shown that the hypothesis contains both special and general theories of relativity as its consequences. Was shown what is gravitation, was shown that the gravitation is universal and interacts with all other fields, and its speed equal to speed of light.
There is no even one equation in the article, all the consequences are quite simply arise and not requires math to see them. However, the hypothesis, in order to derive spacetime from space without time and dynamics, has to use subjective idealism. I think it is one only way how it can be done, usage of realism would require some dynamics on microlevel, like in LQG.
Article with proposed hypothesis can be read on vixra: http ://vixra.org/abs/1812.0157
Are any obvious flaws and problems in proposed model?

Added to article deriving of Lorentz transformations.
The Lorentz transformations were derived without postulate about existense of maximum speed of interactrion and its equality in all inertial frames of references, they were derived directly from model of hypothesis.

Modeling Minkowski spacetime without time and dynamics can draw parallels with quantum critical points as it relates to abnormal magnetic effects on its approach to absolute zero. Both share a focal point and a cone zone radiating outward from the point. The Minkowski ‘s spacetime has a future light cone and a past light cone zone converging at the point where the present hypersurface/space radiate outward along a plane. The QCP also produces a cone radiating outward from the singularity’s absolute zero point, but as of yet, there is no counterpart negative absolute cone zone to compliment MInkowski spacetime past light cone
At the QCP and within its cone zone, magnetic and possibly gravitation effects become abnormal and possibly nonexistent, defying standard physics. This draws strong parallels with FourDimensional Euclidean Space without Time and Dynamics. As with a nonrotating singularity, time is hypothesized to cease to exist within the QCP and its cone. To further illustrate the parallels, at near absolute zero, hundreds of atoms can be combined into a structure where they all combine to act as a single atom with a “near zero” motion.
This combined structure of hundreds of atoms acting as one atom without time and dynamic motion can be thought of as a hypersurface without any dynamics or time in fourdimensional Euclidean space. The difference between Minkowski space time and QCP is one of dimensionally. and compositional structure.