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Is time a dimension of space?

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Is time a dimension of space?

Where space is warped time is warped. For example, in a gravity field. This supports the idea that time is a dimension of space.

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RyanShannon(26) Clarified
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Where space is warped time is warped. For example, in a gravity field. This supports the idea that time is a dimension of space.

Sure but I always hear them referred to separately, for instance you will hear people say "there are ten spatial dimensions plus time" but I've never heard it stated that time is actually a dimension of space, only that it is connected. And if time is just a part of space then is it so unreasonable to suggest that space is just part of a grand unified field and that everything in the universe is literally the same thing fundamentally rather than separate fields and particles?

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jinsung10(12) Clarified
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Sure but I always hear them referred to separately

Not if you listen to astrophysicists. They refer to it as space-time.

you will hear people say "there are ten spatial dimensions plus time"

Quantum physicists may say this, but time works differently for them.

but I've never heard it stated that time is actually a dimension of space

Then you've never read a physics book.

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John_C_1812(276) Disputed
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Time is a mathematical absolute to which space is part of by design. Where space is warped, only energy can be warped. There appears to be some concept or principle of mathematical absolute not understood if the hypothesis states space and time are connected in any way.

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Pumpernickel(27) Disputed
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Time is a mathematical absolute

It is the opposite of absolute you idiot. The entire point of the theory of relativity was to illustrate that it is relative, not absolute.

Shut up.

Side: space/time
John_C_1812(276) Disputed
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Though not formally a part of institutional physics I have written a law of gravity which simply states. All gravity is elasticity, modulation, and reverberation. This is an addition to Newton’s laws of motion. As it describes gravity in such a way that is not directly related to the motions of inertia force, and centrically force.

Gravity has no effect on mathematical absolute alone, other than by meaning being used as a description of the ability for humanities corruption to destroy scientific evidence in some way. Example: The gravity of that action had a direct result in the outcome being recorded.

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John_C_1812(276) Disputed
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All that is added mathematically by physics with space-time and the theory of general and special relativity is dimension of space changes from where you stand inside of the area. That’s it. To some up why Einstein is wrong about the relativity of time. Time is the circle to square cubit of space. Why time works in the square is 4 -90 degree angles can from a square 360:180 and 270:90 are right angle triangles held by a radius of circle. Form two circle we get square.

Why the plagiarism dictates that time must be bend to space is a square bends space to try and mimic how the circle creates the arc of every circle. Using algebra and fix equation at some point of scale the arc reverts to straight line. Many people may disagree as to why this is, but I relate it to motion and a need for an additional Pi described as yPi.

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So far as I know, time is not a dimension of space, it is its own type of dimension. Space and time are linked, but they are not the same thing.

Coming from a first year physics major who knows a bit of special relativity but not much else.

Side: space/space
jinsung10(12) Disputed
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So far as I know, time is not a dimension of space, it is its own type of dimension. Space and time are linked, but they are not the same thing.

Without space, time does not exist. Hence, time is part of space.

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Mack(534) Disputed
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"Without space, time does not exist. Hence, time is part of space."

That reasoning is wrong. Take this example: Without humans, laws do not exist, therefore laws are a part of humans. This is clearly bad reasoning.

Side: space/space
Mingiwuwu(1533) Clarified
1 point

Please create space without time. It's not the relationship you describe, space is not something "more than TIME"

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I came across this which I think is a fairly good answer .......

Special & General Relativity Questions and Answers

What is the relationship between space and time?

Mathematically, and in accordance with relativity, they are in some sense interchangeable, but we do know that they form co-equal parts of a larger 'thing' called space-time, and it is only within space-time that the most complete understanding of the motion and properties of natural objects and phenomena can be rigorously understood by physicists. Space and time are to space-time what arms and legs are to humans. In some sense they are interchangeable, but you cannot understand 10,000 years of human history without including both arms and legs as part of the basic human condition.

Return to the Special & General Relativity Questions and Answers page.

All answers are provided by Dr. Sten Odenwald (Raytheon STX) for the NASA Astronomy Cafe, part of the NASA Education and Public Outreach program.

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Space and energy came before Time. Time is a mathematical absolute to which space is part of by design.

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Pumpernickel(27) Disputed
3 points

Space and energy came before Time.

There is no such thing as "before time". The entire meaning of the word "before" is "earlier in time". Besides which, space and energy cannot expand without time, therefore your premise is false.

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John_C_1812(276) Disputed
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Time is a mathematical absolute that was formulated, then written, it has a self-value. It is not a premise relating to theory, time is a mathematic ratio of (12:60, 1:60, 1:60) what it looks like t the eye is that motion cannot be measured without the use of the mathematic ratio set to as a single velocity that translate from energy by use of inertial force to scale. This is complicated to explain directly but might be better said as all motion on a clock is made at the identical speed it is just in different scale. This makes the observation wrong as you see the second faster than the hour.

The fact is space and energy can expand without time it will simply go unrecorded by accurate means. Space-time is plagiarism of the mathematic ratio as if it had no self-value. There is a ways to calculate mathematically dimensions of time. They simply are not anywhere near what they are proposed to be by science fiction.

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It would be rude at this point, even maybe unfair not to try and describe what would happen to a dimension of time past three, and why. Time is a mathematical absolute because it is created in relationship to the principle of square which is related to degrees of a circle...

There are only 360 degrees in a circle, and the degrees are broken down also by hours, minutes, and seconds. Thus three demission’s of time. 1. Hours. 2. Minutes. 3. Seconds. The Forth demission of time is simply just simplified like many other mathematic fractions.( 2/4 = ½)

I respect the idea of all who have posted here and am not trying to issuant anyone.

Side: space/space

Why Time and space are not relative.

Space is a cube X, Y, and Z.

Time is a sphere. Two or more spheres set by proportion can be used to remove the use of Pi principle and replace it with a ratio. ( 4Pir^2). Pi is the focus of relativity to cube not time.

Side: space/space
GhostOfNom(166) Disputed
2 points

Space is a cube X, Y, and Z.

Time is a sphere. Two or more spheres set by proportion can be used to remove the use of Pi principle and replace it with a ratio. ( 4Pir^2). Pi is the focus of relativity to cube not time.

You should honestly just stop taking drugs.

Side: space/time
2 points

You should honestly just stop taking drugs.

This guy has some bizarre theories. I find bizarre theories very entertaining, although I know they are ridiculous. That's the only reason I ever tolerated Mingi as much as I did. This guy's claims reminds of me Mingi somewhat,

Side: space/time
John_C_1812(276) Disputed
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So a square and a sphere are in general mathematically relative? Please share they are what both shapes?

You are arguing mathematic principle with the idea of medication, making accusations of over medication, or lack of proper medication. How original.

What is funny is Einstein and many mathematicians cannot see the independence between a cube and a ball, area and velocity, and the person who can is the one overmedicated. By the way Flora it is not a theory it is an observation of mathematical fact. General and Special Relativity are the theory, remember that is why it was titled the Theory of relativity.

What I am expressing is a grievance not theory.

Side: space/space