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Topic: Moving Dimensions Theory's simplicity: The fourth dimension is
expanding relative to the three spatial dimension: dx4/dt =ic

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 mitch.nicolas.raemsch@gmail.com Posts: 83 Registered: 4/21/08
Re: Moving Dimensions Theory's simplicity: The fourth dimension is
expanding relative to the three spatial dimension: dx4/dt =ic

Posted: Apr 23, 2008 12:43 AM

On Apr 22, 10:10 am, hedgefundphys...@gmail.com wrote:
> Moving Dimensions Theory
> by Dr. Ranger McCoy
>
> ABSTRACT
> Moving Dimensions Theory postulates that the fourth dimension is
> expanding relative to the three spatial dimensions, symbolized by the
> equation:
>
> dx4/dt =ic
>
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>
> MDT provides a physical model underlying both quantum mechanical and
> relativistic phenomenon.  The simple postulate accounts for quantum
> mechanics? action-at-a-distance and relativity?s length contraction,
> as well as entanglement and the equivalence of mass and energy.  MDT
> provides a simple physical model showing that diverse dualities?wave/
> particle, time/space, and mass/energy?all originate from the same
> principle.  MDT provides a physical model underlying entropy and
> unifying time?s thermodynamic, classical, quantum, and radiative
> arrows.  MDT provides a physical model accounting for the constant
> velocity of light, the fact that the maximum velocity through space is
> c, and the fact that c is independent of the velocity of the source,
> as MDT considers photons as matter surfing the fourth expanding
> dimension.  Nonlocality is accounted for by an expanding fourth
> dimension that is inherently nonlocal, and MDT shows that this
> fundamental expansion is the origin of quantum mechanic?s
> probability.  MDT provides a physical model for time?time is not the
> fourth dimension, but rather a phenomenon that emerges from a physical
> reality wherein the fourth dimension is expanding relative to the
> three spatial dimensions.  The theory resolves the EPR paradox while
> also liberating us from the block universe implied by Einstein?s
> relativity.  Relativity freezes the expansion of the fourth dimension,
> only ever considering instantaneous snapshots of the universe.
> Quantum Mechanics treats the fourth dimension as a dynamical element.
> Hence quantum mechanics is a science defined by flux?by differential
> operators.
>
> I. MDT in Complete Agreement with Quantum Mechanics and Relativity
> Moving Dimensions Theory is in complete agreement with all
> experimental tests and phenomena associated with special and general
> relativity. MDT is in complete agreement with all physical phenomena
> as predicted by quantum mechanics and demonstrated in extensive
> experiments. The genius and novelty of MDT is that it presents a
> common physical model which shows that curious phenomena from both
> relativity and quantum mechanics derive from the same fundamental
> physical reality.
> Nowhere does String Theory (ST) nor Loop Quantum Gravity (LQG) account
> for quantum entanglement nor relativistic time dilation. MDT shows
> these derive from the same underlying physical reality. Nowhere does
> ST nor LQG account for wave-particle duality nor relativistic length
> contraction. MDT shows these derive from the same underlying physical
> reality. Nowhere does ST nor LQG account for the constant speed of
> light, nor the independence of the speed of light on the velocity of
> the source, nor entropy, nor time's arrow. MDT shows these derive from
> the same underlying physical reality. Nowhere does String Theory nor
> Loop Quantum Gravity resolve the paradox of Godel's Block Universe
> which troubled Einstein. MDT resolves this paradox.  String Theory and
> LQG lack definitive equations, whereas MDT presents a simple equation:
>
> It will be shown that relativity can be derived from this simple
> equation, as we return to Einstein?s original work.  It will be noted
> that Einstein never stated that time is the fourth dimension, rather,
> he and Minkowski?s formulations imply that the fourth dimension,
> represented by x4 is equal to ict.   Or x4 = ict.
>
> I. The Derivation of Einstein?s Relativity from Moving Dimensions
> Theory
>
>         The fourth dimension is expanding relative to the three spatial
> dimensions.  This simple postulate and reality underlies Einstein?s
> two postulates of relativity, and it can be expressed mathematically
> as:
> dx4/dt =ic
>
>         This equation agrees with Einstein.  Nowhere did Einstein ever say
> that time is the fourth dimension.  Rather he and Minkowski stated Or
> x4 = ict.
>         Many trained physicists have a knee-jerk reaction that the fourth
> dimension cannot be moving because ?dimensions cannot move.? But
> dimensions can and do move.  First off, since the universe is
> expanding, space-time is also expanding, demonstrating that dimensions
> are moving and expanding.  Secondly, general relativity demonstrates
> that massive objects warp space-time, meaning that as a massive object
> moves though space-time, it stretches space-time, showing again that
> space-time in one area can move, or deform, relative to space-time in
> another area. GR is a sound theory, backed up with multiple high-
> profile experiments, including the demonstration that starlight is
> bent by the sun and the verification that orbiting stars radiate
> energy in the form of gravity waves. Thus there exist neither
> philosophical nor physical barriers to the concept of moving
> dimensions, but for artificial ones within lazy minds.
>         A curious sign of the times is that physicists will accept on blind
> faith the existence of ten, twenty, or thirty dimensions, dimensions
> that are curled up, or too small to measure, and yet they will reel in
> shock and horror at a perfectly obvious postulate?the fourth dimension
> is expanding relative to the three spatial dimensions.  They are to be
> forgiven?it has been a long time since a simple postulate has been
> offered in the realm of physics, and the foreign nature of truth?s
> simple beauty is seen as a violent affront to the String Theorist?s
> convoluted sensibilities.
>         Let us derive Einstein?s relativity and the Lorentz Transformations
> from MDT?s simple formula:
>
> Let D be the constant -ica+x4(a) and re-label u with t.  Then we have
>
> Dropping the arbitrary constant, we get:
>
> Or
>
> x4 = ict
>
> Armed with this simple and most remarkable result, we are ready to
> return to Einstein?s 1912 manuscript, and provide the motivation for a
> four-dimensional coordinate system where the fourth dimension is
> written as x4 = ict.
> In his 1912 manuscript on relativity, Einstein wrote:
>
> Derivation of the Lorentz Transformation
> The principle of the constancy of the velocity of light demands the
> existence of a reference system ? relative to which every light ray
> propagates in vacuum with velocity c.  According to the relativity
> principle, all reference system?? in uniform translation motion to  ?
> must possess the same property.   Together with Laue, we call each
> such system ?justified.?  Now we ask: What kind of transformation
> equations must obtain between the space-time coordinates x, y, z, t
> (with respect to ?) and x?,y?,c?,t? (with respect to ??) of the same
> point event so that the principle of the constancy of the velocity of
> light would hold with respect to both systems?
> We can further demand, without reducing their generality, that the
> transformation equations be homogeneous, because all that is needed
> for this is that the path described by the origin of ?? with respect
> to ? pass through the origin of ?, and that the origin of time scales
> in ? and ?? be chosen in such a way that the clocks located at the
> origins of the systems ? and ??  both read zero at the moment when the
> two points coincide.
> Suppose that at this moment of the coincidence of the two origins a
> vacuum light signal is sent from O or O?, which, according to the
> principle of the constancy of the velocity of light, propagates in a
> spherical wave with respect to both systems then the spatial points
> that are just reached by the signal at times t and t? with respect to
> ? and ??, respectively, will be determined by the equations
>
> and
>
> This means that the equations
>
> and
>
> must be equivalent.  Thus, the transformation equations that we are
> seeking must be so constituted that the second equation turns into the
> first one if x?,y?,z?,t? are replaced by their expressions in terms of
> x,y,c,t.  The transformation must therefore make the equation
>
> into an identity, where all that we know about the factor ?2 for the
> time being is that it must not vanish.  But one can see that ?2 must
> be independent of x, y, z, t, for otherwise the right-hand side
> divided by ?2 could not be a homogeneous, complete function of second
> order in x,y,z,t after the substitution is carried out. For now we
> will examine the substitution for the case ?2  = 1 and we will show
> later that from a physical point of view this is the only case
> deserving of consideration.  Instead of (15), we then have:
>
> If one introduces the variable u? = ict or u? = ict? in place of the
> time variables t, where i denotes the imaginary unit, one obtains,
> instead of (15a), the form
>
> Note that Einstein simply states ?If one introduces the variable u? =
> ict or u? = ict? in place of the time variables t,? but he does not
> state why this works.  MDT tells us why this works.  It works because
> the fourth dimension is expanding relative to the three spatial
> dimensions.  It works because x4 = ict and
>
> Einstein continues in his 1912 Manuscript:
>
> As is well known, this choice of time variables derives from
> Minkowski.  Its great significance consists in the fact that by means
> of it, equation (15a), which governs the substitution that we are
> seeking, is brought into a form into which the spatial coordinates and
> the temporal coordinate enter in the same manner.
> Let the coefficients of the substitution that we are seeking be
> denoted as in the accompanying array; the second horizontal row, for
> example, shall signify that the equation:
>
> Obviously, those from among these coefficients that do not contain the
> index ?4? or contain it twice are real, the rest being purely
> imaginary.
>
>         x       Y       Z       t
> x'      ???       ???       ???       ???
> y'      ???       ???       ???       ???
> z'      ???       ???       ???       ???
> t?    ???       ???       ???       ???
>
> Equation (15b) is satisfied identically when the following relations
> exist between the ...
>