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Is the Dimension Time Three-Directional?

Günter Muchow

Günter Muchow "Is the Dimension Time Three-Directional?" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-4 | Issue-5, August 2020, pp.514-522, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd31808.pdf

This essay does not mean to be a comprehensive treaty about Time. It neither is an attempt to explain what Time is. Instead, the intention is to give a look on Time as an independent three-directional dimension, away from the disorienting term ’space time‘, where Time is simply considered as an additional ‘dimension‘ of space. Definitions are given aiming at an unambiguous use of the term ’dimension’, as well as postulating Time as a three-directional dimension, in ranking equal to space and the other fundamental interactions. It will be reasoned why the first, perceptible time-direction does not require a ‘passing’ time. The remaining two directions of Time are presently hypothetical, although they would allow the understanding of hitherto badly understood physical phenomena. Past and Future are set in an inalterable framework containing all events happened and not-yet-happened, as promoted in the block-universe theories. Events happen only in the Present, although this is not a ‘passing’ moment in time, but merely a watershed separating Past from Future. The proposed probability scheme leads to the concept of ‘Zeitstrang’, which represents the accumulation of events – the history – of every individual. Events – world points – are recognized to make up an individual’s history contribute to an inalterable past.

three-directional time, past-present-future, arrows of time, space and time, block universes, cosmology, probability

Volume-4 | Issue-5, August 2020
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