Einsteinís theory of relativity is a two-dimensional state space-time.

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State Space-Time and Four States of Universe
Jinzhong Yan
Changsha Jiageer Machinary Manufacture Co., Ltd., Pingtang Town, Changsha City 410208, Hunan Province, China

Abstract: All things in the universe possess a state and characteristics of state, resultantly in presence of space-time, which is
perceived by human beings. An outlook of space-time is shaped in human by perceiving the existence and change of objects. The
state space is all state characteristics exhibited in objects whilst the state time refers to the duration of an objectís state. The time is a
spatial property and not an independent dimension. The state space-time is a unity of internal and external space-time. The internal
space-time is stemmed from the overall internal forces and internal energies and is a covert space-time. The external space-time
refers to a space-time manifested by the external characteristics and movement of an object and is an overt space-time. In physics,
there are four kinds of forces and four state space-times: bonding force and three-dimensional space-time; strong interaction of
exchangeable π meson and two-dimensional space-time; quark confinement and one-dimensional space-time; and weak interaction
and zero-dimensional space-time. The universe is constituted by dissimilar state space-times. Newton space-time is a
three-dimensional state space-time; Einsteinís theory of relativity is a two-dimensional state space-time. Newton and Einstein were
different observers. Temporal and spatial perception of human is dependent upon humanís internal energy and quality. Through
Qigong exercises, the human is able to enter the three-dimensional, two-dimensional, one-dimensional and zero-dimensional
space-times. The relativity theory of human body will solve the time problems at the interplanetary voyage of astronauts.

From  Journal of Physical Science and Application 3 (2) (2013) 125-133