0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Mass is just a concentrated structure of energy.
I don't follow Mr Data? Are you building a field theory depending on some lowest state of energy, that then also would couple to mass? How do it couple?=Vacuum fluctuations that gets dense over 'time's arrow?And what about Accelerations, as compared to Geodesics.
Any 'geometrical representation' seems, to me that is, to build on the idea of 'dimensions'? The way you define it mathematically should either translate to what we see, or stay as a 'ideal idea' of something that doesn't exist. How it then can be accepted to have a real influence I don't know. I could describe the sun as the eye of the mythical Kee, whose rays pierce me with her mystical powers, but I prefer a more prosaic definition. And so those mathematical spaces, if we expect them to influence our day to day experiences, must 'exist' in some more way more than just as a mathematical space set. If I now make sense here.==You could of course assume us to be some data bits, in some electronic space, or holographic. But that doesn't explain what we are and experience. I prefer a prosaic definition first, a conceptual only when I find my 'prosaic definitions' to end, and I haven't reached that state yet.
If I'm reading you right you define it the same way I treat 'frames of reference', as strictly locally? It's a 'psychological identifier' defining each one of us intrinsically, from where we observe 'reality', (as in all other 'frames of reference'). Is that a correct statement? If so That's interesting, didn't know that one.I need to read up on Hodge stars Mr Data It's a new one to me.
Assume you are in a coma, also define it such as I do from 'locality', meaning that I'm the sole representation of this unique 'frame of reference' that psychologically follows me around, by me defined as the one invariant 'thing' that never changes consisting of a 'intrinsic' time experience and 'c'. Why would the translations of others fit the experienced 'time' I find when I wake up? If time can be defined as a 'psychological state'?Of course it depend on how you define that state as 'psychological', but that's also where I find it hard to see.