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This is an incomplete ongoing project covering Temporal Physics. This is a special theory of how time operates in 5 dimensions, however it is only a special theory in that gravity has not been worked into the theory at this point. It will only be after this theory is completed that gravity could be considered to then have a general theory of time. Some sections are more complete where as other sections just kind of have my notes dumped into them and are not yet fleshed out into coherent thought. Most of the first section derived from where many notes were first dumped into a rough draft and I did not know what to do with them at first. Eventually I decided to put the in chronological order, and then giving short biographies of the developer of the different theories.

In many ways this theory coincides with String Theory, however it is not quite the same. This would not argue against String Theory but rather compliments it. String Theory is on a scale slightly smaller than quarks of 10^-15 Meters but have dimensions down to the Planck scale at 10^-35 Meters. This work is primarily at the Plank scale itself. String Theory is related to Particle Physics which is looking for the primary particles which would make up quarks. This theory is instead looking at the manifold of space time so it has a very similar picture but it is at a different angle of perspective. That is to say if you looked at String Theory and turned it 90 degrees so as to look at how time operated instead of space operated, you would have a different viewpoint.

The first section covers the theorists and their contributions to the theories of Space Time. The second section delves into theoretical models and how they tie into one another. The third section covers some of the more questionable theories that have been contributed. The fourth section then covers the theory itself and the formulas that they are based upon. Last the fifth section will cover some of the ramifications of if the theory is correct and some possible applications of the theory.


- On a local scale, Gravity effects the physical length of the Plank Length where as the speed of light remains constant when measured in units of Plank Lengths.

- The global scale, the constant of the Plank Length shrinks as the Universe ages due to the effect of Gravity causing drag on Time.

- The LIGO experiment will fail to detect Gravity Waves because it does not take into consideration that the Gravity Wave will warp time in direct proportion to space. When the interferometers changes in length, the Lorentz Transformation Effect will be in direct proportion. As such the amount of time for light to travel will remain constant regardless of the change in length..

- When mapping a light cone on a curved space time membrane a photon can propagate beyond the Hubble distance without exceeding the constant because the axis of Time changes direction as it travels stellar distances.

    0000 Fundamental Mechanics of the First Dimension

Section I - Historical Theorists
    0005 Zeno
    0007 Riemann
    0010 Newton
    0015 Planck
    0020 Lorentz
    0025 Einstein
    0030 Minkowski
    0035 Hilbert
    0040 Sommerfeld
    0045 Friedman
    0050 Schrodinger
    0053 Paulie
    0055 Heisenberg
    0060 Hubble
    0068 Higgs
    0070 Hawking
    0073 Everett
    0075 Coleman
    0090 Riley

Section II - Theoretical Models
    0100 Forward
    0105 Photons
    0110 Constant
    0115 Conventions
    0120 Arguments
    0125 Mathematics
    0130 Infinity
    0135 Probability
    0140 Infinity II
    0150 Numbers
    0155 Geometry
    0165 4th Dimension
    0170 Theories
    0175 Gravity
    0185 Atoms
    0188 Photon
    0190 Subatomic

Section III - Radical Theories
    0200 Theories
    0205 Teleportation
    0210 Warp
    0215 Hyperspace
    0220 Tachyons
    0225 Hyperspace II
    0230 Puzzle
    0235 Symmetry
    0240 Fractural Dimensions
    0245 Fabric

Section IV - The Special Theory of the Time
    0300 Looking for Constants
    0350 Light Cones

Section V - Applications
    0400 A New Look
    0450 Many Worlds

    a100 Appendix A
    a200 Appendix B
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