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Topic: New mathematical model links space-time theories
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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space-time theories are ill-poseds
Posted: May 31, 2013 2:59 PM
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sic & null;
time is no-how curveds, but for subjective reality(s).

Minkowski ditched vector mechanics (sik) in favor
of "time is the imaginary axis in line-land <endparaphrase

> > negative vacuum energy. The mathematics of holography is best
> > understood for negatively curved space-times.
> > Professor Skenderis has developed a mathematic model which finds
> > striking similarities between flat space-time and negatively curved
> > space-time, with the latter however formulated in a negative number
> > of dimensions, beyond our realm of physical perception.




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