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Try to think of Space and Time as one thing. Does that help at all?
Quote from: Airthumbs on 16/03/2012 23:13:15Try to think of Space and Time as one thing. Does that help at all?yes, i am sort of trying to think of them like that, as quantities that cant occure simultanely
A fantastic question. I will answer it as quickly as possible.There is no space for time. Time is geometrical feature of Einsteins equations. In fact, when you turn the hand back of time, you will find you treat physics as though it came from geometrical features. I assure you now, that no theory entertaining time can exist. I refer you Julian Barbour and ''The Nature of Time''. The nature of time is a REAL problem in physics. We cannot unify physics in the order we do in the low energy epoch. You will find that this is actually called geometrogenesis. The low energy phenomenon happened later in the universes history when there was enough spatial expansion. Thus matter also appears from geometry, atleast by low energy speculations.
[note to moderator: this is factography, not new theory!]