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Time – There Is No Time

Postby socrat44 on July 30th, 2018, 1:07 am 

Time – There Is No Time
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Re: Time – There Is No Time

Postby socrat44 on July 30th, 2018, 10:22 am 

 Time and Reference frames / SRT- Lorentz transformation /
Time and transformation between two frames of reference.
/ how interaction between two ''frames of reference''
actually work according to what our common sense  might say /
My opinion
a) one reference frame is  ''Fixed frame'' and has constant light speed
Constant light speed has "frozen time" and constant ''Fixed'' RF.
b) another RF is ''Moving frame'' and doesn't have constant light speed
The '' frozen time'' in this RF became ''warm'' and ''slower'' and
''Moving frame'' is different from ''Fixed frame''
c)  The unity and difference between them is described
by Lorentz transformations
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Re: Simplify any TIME you can.

Postby Faradave on July 30th, 2018, 11:29 am 

Martinelli wrote:Of course, if we were doing analytic geometry we would need to define a fairly rigorous coordinate system.

Martinelli wrote:If you’re deciding between a Euclidean or a non-Euclidean reference length, the choice is easy. Choose Euclidean…

Euclidean coordinates are readily available to SR (as opposed to Minkowski's pseudo-Euclidean coordinates):



Martinelli wrote:…can you justify that it is not orthogonal to 3-space?


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Re: Simplify any TIME you can.

Postby socrat44 on July 30th, 2018, 12:42 pm 

Faradave » July 30th, 2018, 11:29 am wrote:
Martinelli wrote:Of course, if we were doing analytic geometry we would need to define a fairly rigorous coordinate system.
Martinelli wrote:If you’re deciding between a Euclidean or a non-Euclidean reference length, the choice is easy. Choose Euclidean…

Euclidean coordinates are readily available to SR
(as opposed to Minkowski's pseudo-Euclidean coordinates):


Euclidean coordinates: 2D (Earth's flat reality)
Minkowski's pseudo-Euclidean coordinates: -2D
/negative flat space because time (at first) had imaginary value /
Minkowski's: 4D spacetime /beautiful mathematical solution /
Minkowski's: space-cone / mathematics for mathematicians /
Descartes coordinates: 3D ( Earth's space reality)
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To solve Einstein's ''negative / imaginary time'' paradox
Minkowski in 1908 invented new paradox; 4D, ''space-cone'',
''spacetime''.

And then many scientists ( T.Kaluza, O.Klein, . . . . ''string'' physicists)
playing with this ''beautiful Minkowski idea'' created new paradoxes :
many dimensions, super-dimensions . . . super-illusions -
- different string particles.
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