ABSTRACT

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THE BASIC-ULTIMATE THEORY OF SPACE-TIME

THAT BEST EXPLAINS WHAT WE PERCEIVE OF REALITY

What property of reality (a reality that we use concepts of space and time to measure) would allow the concept of numbers to “explain” laws of space-time?

Hypothesis:

The concepts of “space” and “time” are merely tools to help us understand what we perceive of the reality presented to us. By our inquisitive nature, space-time represents a type of multi-faceted, multi-faceted in space and multi-faceted in time, perceivable “construct” that helps us understand what we perceive of the reality presented to us. The facets of space-time would be linked to one another in an ordered way of varying amounts of “units” that our perception would “recognize” as being a true account of this reality we perceive and exist within.

Discussion:

Mathematics could be thought of as being used to describe the laws of space-time by tagging the use of numbers to the essential properties, the essential facets, of space and time.

“Mathematical laws” can be then drawn up to describe the operation of space and time.

It would not be possible to use mathematics to “propose” an “absolute equation” by linking known mathematical laws of space-time representative of the different facets of space and time, because the ultimate multifaceted nature of space and time would need to represent a holistic entity that would basically equate to itself, as with 1 = 1.

Linking mathematical laws with one another in the absence of identifying the multifaceted construct of space-time presumes that “numbers” are the underlying quintessential property of space-time, when in fact numbers are merely markers.

To then derive the “theory” of space-time, one must assume the fundamental and “absolute” numerical representatives of space and time, namely zero and infinity, and then derive from those basic numbers how the construct of space and time is organized with itself in representing the real mathematical number “1” as the reference of that multifaceted construct of space-time that we use to measure what we perceive of reality.

Any ideas are welcome.

Just a note though to forum members unsure about myself: there is nothing I disagree with modern physics given the parameters they use to define space and time, nothing I disagree with modern physics. Using linear time you would get all the results you have so far through experiment and observation/research. But, I am merely suggesting that we could perhaps improve our results of research and observation if we improved our definitions for space and time as properties we use to account for what we perceive of reality.