Thinking about dimensional possibilities.

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Thinking about dimensional possibilities.
Posted by Primordial on Thursday, October 10, 2013 10:58 AM

I have been looking into possible directions which may lead to new dimensions. This could strike home with some of you, and your questions about Special Relativity. It appears to me a proper history ( local reference of entropy )of a selected subject, compared to another proper history ( local observer reference of entropy), exist, which must lie along some dimensional axis, a sort of relativistic entropy dimension. Just think about it.

 

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Posted by Bullfox on Saturday, October 12, 2013 11:38 AM

Primordial,

If I take two objects and place them some arbitray distance apart I create a one dimensional space.  Three objects create a two dimensional space. Four objects spaced apart create three dimensions and if I set them in motion, I have spacetime, but why don't even more objects create even more dimensions?

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Posted by Primordial on Saturday, October 12, 2013 1:32 PM

Bullfox : EXACTLY, as each object has its on entropy history or energy state history and all are related objects contained within the same universe, these objects must have dimensional assignments for their relative histories along some dimensional axis (?), we as human refer to it as a miss conception of time, something similar to age which I think is also an aspect of matter and space-time, for with out this attribute their would not be an event in the essence of a singularity of an event nor a continuation of events. Just think about it. 

Consider this, it appears to me entropy makes its entry ( which to our understanding is our time history of energy distribution. ) at the quantum fluctuation level. With this idea in mind, this would place entropy's interaction with the universe must be at the interface of the three spatial dimensions and the time dimension of the universe. Just think about it.

Consider this, the volume of a black hole occupies space-time of our universe, but yet the space-time at the event horizon, relative to an observer approaches zero and the black hole could be considered as an object represented as a function of entropy(?). just think about it. 

Consider this, we view mass as occupying space-time, yet mass and space-time are very much related in their interaction, should space-time also have a history(?). Perhaps space-time occupies mass (?). Perhaps they are the same thing but observed from a particular reference, after all isn't that the purpose of dimensions (?). Just think about it.

Consider this, it appears to me, mass establishes an observational reference of space-time, but not the existence of space-time, however if you take away the reference of observation ( mass ) time looses history( its entropy ) a suspect of dimensionality (?). Just think about it.

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Posted by Primordial on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 9:18 AM

It appears to me dark energy translates to quantum fluctuations presented by the true vacuum at the Planck level of space-time which in turn translates to proper time and proper entropy of our universe, and relativity is the distribution of the energy fulcrum which can only move the local observable kinetics; a relative quanta per event, in the positive direction from the universe's proper entropy at the Planck level ( true vacuum ), from which we draw our concept of virtual quanta. Provided, we had our origin through the energy of the true vacuum.  Just think about it.

This is an interesting read about an idea of the affect the true vacuum has on our universe, http://www.astronomy.com/news/2012/09/dark-energy-is-real-say-portsmouth-astronomers , Just my opinion.

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Posted by Bullfox on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 1:44 PM

Primordial,

I am still skeptical about the universe having more than four dimensions but find myself becoming less so as time moves along.  Lately I have been wondering if the universe is completly emergent from quantum geometric flucuations whatever that may be.

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Posted by Primordial on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 5:54 PM

Bullfox : I like the fluctuations of the vacuum idea, however there is an old thing which always comes back to me from a long time back in my life, that being we are an event and we, regaurdless of how low in energy density we become, we will always be without end, maybe different, but will always be, if this is the vacuum, so be it, we would be an event. Just think about it.

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Posted by Bullfox on Friday, January 31, 2014 11:50 PM

Primordial,

When I was 10 growing up in Memphis, someone told me that the iniverse would end someday.  I was so upset I ran inside to my mother.

At 71, I find the idea that the universe will end someday oddly comforting.

Bullfox

 

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Posted by Primordial on Saturday, February 01, 2014 9:58 PM

Mr. Bullfox : You'r almost my age, just a few years short. I've always thought the universe has a lot of thicks up its dimensional sleeves. I personally think the existance of what we term dark energy will be the source of an evolutionary trick, which will bring the universe back into balance, different, but in balance. In fact, in one such scenario, the mass will possibly be more, and the expansion will be reduced. This is accomplished through transformation of the dark energy ( the source of expansion ) into mass ( the source of gravity and the means of slowing the expansion ), it may not be visible mass, and possibly the source of dark matter, this transformation ( which may have first brought the expansion under control ), I think will be the result of dark energy's interaction with visible mass and its confinement of the strong interaction via the gluon. Just my opinion.

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Posted by Bullfox on Sunday, February 02, 2014 10:36 AM

Mr Primordial

It may be that all things are possible.

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Posted by Primordial on Sunday, February 02, 2014 1:17 PM

Mr. Bullfox : I'm certain all things are possible. I'm sure there are many of which we can only imagine.

 Have you ever looked at the neutron and several other subatomic particles and how they decay when the are free of binding energy to the nucleus, its as if entropy drives the weak interaction into full throttle, which is held in check in the nucleus(?). Just wondering.

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