# CarbonBasedOverlord

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1. ## Tempodynamics?

It’s perfectly ok to just say you don’t know. I didn’t expect you would and that’s why I was asking if anyone is studying this. I stand corrected. Only Albert Einstein and I agree that, “ I won’t include you next time. Thanks anyway
2. ## Tempodynamics?

You are right, Strange. You, me, and Albert Einstein agree time is a tool for measuring numerical order of change. In fact, a 2011 article on phys.org "Scientists suggest spacetime has no time dimension" only strengthens the argument by stating, "t has only a mathematical value, and no primary physical existence." You are also right that this forum has addressed motion as an engine of time. In fact, Daniel Foreman argued convincingly in his 2012 Speculation thread "What it time? Does time even exist?" that, "time doesn't exist, only motion does," but Daniel has evidently lost interest in further discussions with this community and I have not found anywhere here or on the internet the refutation to which you refer. Can you please direct me to the reason time does not need motion to advance? Thank you
3. ## Tempodynamics?

Is there such a thing as tempodynamics? Chronodynamics? I am interested in the dependencies of motion and time. If everything in the universe were suddenly still it would be indistinguishable from time stopping; time cannot be measured without movement, matter cannot transition without time passing. Does time need motion to advance? Is there a field for these kinds of questions? Thanks
4. ## Space is what time looks like

I work in metaphor, not math, but I know change requires time. "5-2=3" is the expression of a change occurring over time. "The character 5 suffered a loss of two of itself and was transformed into 3." I like the way this conversation is going.
5. ## Space is what time looks like

It's a 3-torus model with these interdependencies: gravity emerges from matter over time and propogates through space space emerges from time when under the influence of gravity Matter and time are charged and exchange poles, the process including, time stopping at the torus extremeties You're right. I took a forced shot. I realize now you might only need a cubic inch. The idea is that time, free of the influence of gravity, would achieve a maximum tempo (without the diversions of gravity wells time would achieve the equivalent of laminar flow) and movement, energy, and time would effectively stop. It might take a formula to point to a path to testing. I'm working on it. I have a lead. Black holes are as relevant as all gravitational sources, and keep the convo out of the quantum. I'll be at a Q&A on Friday with Dr. Jared Kofron invloved with Project 8 and the University of Washington's first cyclotron radiation emission spectrometer that has observed radiation emitted by a single orbiting electron. Let me know if you think of questions I should ask or that you'd like to have asked for yourself.
6. ## Space is what time looks like

Okidoki. Time stops and light shifts from red to blue in areas of the universe devoid of matter greater than 4 billion light years in diameter. I based this testable prediction on a Q&A session I attended with the guy at Hanford who has detected 2 gravitational waves. One of the waves is from a cosmic event (2 black holes coalescing) 1.8 billion light years away and was registered with an impact equivalent to one proton striking the surface of the Earth... Now, I was in the back of the room with imperfect hearing, so the figures may be off, and I didn't ask the question, but I would suspect the gravitational wave would dwindle further to nothing. That said, gravitational waves are not created equally, and no doubt the distance from a gravitational source necessary for time to stop varies, but this is a good place to start. If a location for the cosmic event 1.8b light years away can be concluded, that's where I would look to observe the shift from red to blue.
7. ## Space is what time looks like

Exactly as I expected; No one offers an obvious reason not to consider space the emergent principle of time, the biggest complaint being the idea occurred to someone with imagination and a library card instead of someone who had memorized a lot of math. Success! "There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn't true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true." Kierkegaard I've referred to space field creation as explanation for inflation an expansion. This model would interpret the anticipated release of radiation at the LHC collision as Hawking Radiation. This model predicts an explanation of the relationship between time and the effects of gravity. In areas of the universe where matter (and gravity/curved space) are scare, one would expect time to travel more quickly and could be measured by an increased rate of inflation in these areas. As inflation weakens the ability of gravity/curved space to slow time the duration of the smallest instance of time decreases and the pace of space field creation increases. This period of hyper-inflation continues until instances in time approach a duration of zero and time effectively stops. Observers from time still under the influence of gravity will observe time stopping with the sudden cessation of inflation and its reversal in vacant regions of space marked by a blue shift in light from the stars beyond the vacant region. "Everything must be based on a simple idea. Once we have finally discovered it, [it] will be so compelling, so beautiful, that we will say to one another, yes, how could it have been any different." John Wheeler
8. ## Space is what time looks like

I want to know too! To me, a space field is an area of our universe with at least one Planck length dimension. Space fields are created within a Planck time. A low-energy BEC may lose sufficient mass to allow two particles to share a space field, or one particle to slip from its field and disappear from space. It would be interesting to know. Sometimes matter disappears from space and time altogether in one of Wheeler's mini-micro black holes. Perhaps a collider will produce matter smaller than the Schwarzchild radius with the density of a black hole able to slip through the fabric of space.
9. ## Space is what time looks like

I appreciate the comments and perspective. I believe there is room in accepted science for this idea and others. Because no two objects can occupy the same space at the same time every quantum particle occupies one space field. Yet matter is finite, so time continues to produce vacant space fields. A space field occupied by a particle is two fields in the next instance (one occupied, one vacant), four fields in the next instance (one occupied, three vacant), etc. Maybe we see that as both historical inflation and current metric expansion. I expect this will be the quantum contribution. Everything comes in indivisible units; matter, gravity, time, space, light, etc. Less than that doesn't exist in this universe.
10. ## Space is what time looks like

All good. Time and space are equal. Time appears linear; there's more of it than when it began. There must be more space too. Is it possible that in every instance of time a new space field is created for the one that preceded it? Is this inflation, what we perceive as the increase in distance between objects over time? I think we agree Thanks for the feedback! Apologies for not making sense. It's probably because I'm an English major
11. ## Space is what time looks like

Hello! Maybe I am missing the obvious, but it seems space and gravity are going in opposite directions; out and in, up and down. Gravity is the emergent principle of matter. What if space is the emergent principle of time? If gravity is what matter feels like, then space is what time looks like. A lot of things fall into place for me by looking at it this way. Your thoughts are appreciated. Thanks, Eli
12. ## Feedback on the rise and fall of our universe

Theory of Balance On the rise and fall of our universe Infinite expansion borders infinite shrinking and the border is unstable. Space and time have joined forces (1) in direct opposition to gravity and matter. These two hemi-wholes constantly tug at one another, trying to gain the upper hand. Skirmishes are incessant and minor victories frequent with space and time or gravity and matter torn from their hemi-wholes as captives in this essential struggle. Victories appear as surges of a sample of one hemi-whole into the other hemi-whole. Surges of gravity and matter obey the Laws of Space and Time in a universe like ours. Surges of space and time obey the Laws of Gravity and Matter across the border. Back and forth the tides of war surge, maintaining the balance of power between the opposing infinities. We are living proof that the equation is unbalanced and has been so since the SpaceTime hemi-whole won a battle 14.5 billion years ago. On what happened before, during, and after the Big Bang Universes, like bubbles, float atop the sea of the hemi-whole in which they are trapped, smeared and puddled against the electro-magnetic membrane separating the hemi-wholes. Universes gather, jostle, merge, and pop to stimulate an interruption in the membrane, facilitating a surge. Then all Hell breaks loose. A sample of GravityMatter exposed to the Laws of Space and Time expands to the cosmic horizon almost instantly in a great laminar surge crowned with boiling chaos; the only limit to volume and immediacy being a courtesy application to a GravityMatter surge the Laws of Space and Time. A universe like ours (with a GravityMatter content at or beneath a certain threshold) will be static in size or inflate until it receives its fate. Others will implode, rain from the sky. On the creation of universes Did a surge result in our universe? Definitely. Did our surge result in the creation of universes other than our own? Probably. There is never one of anything in nature. Old Faithful makes several drops of water. Are multiple universes identical? Unlikely. Every kitten in a litter has a different attitude. Where are the other universes? Everywhere. Initial inclination, sub-atomic swerve, and percentage composition of surge material all influence the arrangement of universes created together. Also, universes assume momentum and other properties of another universe when merged. And, there is constant churn amongst the universes gathered at the electro-magnetic fence of their prison. Most importantly, all formations are in constant disarray making way for violent surges. So there is more to come? Forever. There is no reason to believe subsequent Big Bangs will ever cease. Theory of Balance (with descriptive images) Corollary Theory of Scale (and references) Glossary of Terms On ways to make predictions, find evidence, pre-empt questions, and start fights Thank you for your consideration, CarbonBasedOverlord
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