“3D TimeSpace”? Sounds “unscientific”, a former CERN colleague said.
3D TimeSpace is the conceptual framework for the “3D Metric” Universe. It is the ‘model’ and ‘worldview’ or Weltbild where time and space are united for phenomena to take place in – in eternal evolution and constant change:
- between lightness and darkness
- visibility and invisibility
- audibility and non-audibility
- measurability and estimability.
3D TimeSpace turns out to be a wonderful concept or construct: a model in which the origin (0,0,0) of a coordinate system à la Descartes
- is anywhere in space: on and off earth
- at any scale: nano, micro and macro.
The scale determines the LENGTH units of the coordinates.
And instead of measuring time, MOVEMENT is measured in “3D TimeSpace”.
Movement is measured as SPEED between point A (x1, y1, z1) and point B (x2, y2, z2) in “3D TimeSpace”. But besides measuring along lines, there are waves and other “shapes of movement” that can be used.
All else follows: the idea that everything is connected, that the Universe is coherent, consistent and so intelligent that humans can’t figure it out…
Opinions about the duration of each cycle or Yuga vary. But that we live in “interesting times” is pretty obvious to anybody and, maybe, also the need for a paradigm shift or “conceptual quantum leap” – even if it sounds “unscientific”.
But, actually, the effect of this concept is comparable to the operating system for software: a framework that connects all the parts.
“3D TimeSpace” is thus a conceptual framework for connecting the dots that are each a science in themselves:
- astrophysics and astronomy
- nuclear physics and quantum mechanics
- metrology as the experimental and theoretical determinations of measurement.
Anybody thinking that “3D TimeSpace” is a good idea, please do acknowledge me as the originator. Thanks.