11- intro to time


1-D, 2-D, 3-D time energy

Quantum of 123d space = h

Quantum of energy in gravity > h

Factors governing energy levels

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Introduction to time energy

As 123d space forms magnetic energy to provide directional balance to electric energy, the energy of 123d space also forms an equal and opposing “time” energy at 180 degrees to the formation of the unidirectional magnetic energy.

Time is energy - a “sister” to magnetic energy - and provides directional balance to the formation of the magnetic energy, maintaining the directional balance of 123d space.

As time forms, it immediately dissipates back into 123d space, once again becoming random energy.  As a result, time energy has a minimal impact on the magnetic energy’s ability to provide directional balance to the electric energy.

Time energy + magnetic energy may be equivalent to electric energy. In the case of a photon, if 1-D magnetic energy and 1-D time energy, at their highest possible energy level, represent the inherent energy magnitude of 123d space, then together, they may be the equivalent of one basic bidirectional 1-D unit of energy of 123dspace. This would mean that the 1-D electric energy vector of each electromagnetic interaction would also be the equivalent of one basic 1-D unit of energy of 123d space - in nonrandom motion and distribution, making it unidirectional, or electric energy, as opposed to a basic bidirectional 1-D unit of 123d space in random motion and distribution.

Since time is a product of electromagnetic interactions, time cannot exist without electromagnetic interactions.   This does not mean that sequential “events” cannot occur in a non-electromagnetic energy system. In the case of a dynamic equilibrium energy system such as that of 123d space, the basic units of energy may be non-electromagnetic, but still be involved in sequential events.

The non-electromagnetic units of energy cannot remain static because this immediately result in non-random energy existing at a high energy level that is not directionally balanced. The relative motion of directionally opposing energy provides directional balance and allows energy systems to exist at lowest possible energy levels (i.e., laziest possible existence). An energy system composed on non-electromagnetic energy may be driven to maintain directional balance, and therefore a lower energy level, through random motion and distribution of its basic units of energy relative to each other.

Identical basic units of energy may interchange identities through sequential events (i.e., a change in the status of basic units is taking place) that provides its parent energy system to exist in a state of dynamic equilibrium at its lowest possible energy level. A non-electromagnetic "time" is created through the change in status of these basic units of energy (i.e., undergo a sequence of events) as they randomly interchange identities to maintain system directional balance. In the process of sequential events, distance or space is also created.


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11- time intro


To explore traditional views on time, see "Time" on Wikipedia.