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Posted by Parker Deckelman on September 7, 2008 19:04:19 UTC

I am not a physicist....but i wish i was...
i have just this morning begun thinking about the possibility of the existence of a time particle.
About how it could be the one thing out of which everything else is made including light...including
gravity....including ____ fill in the blank.For I am fully convinced that nothing can exist without Time...just what model we should adopt is I think still up in the air,so to speak, and just maybe the time particle model will get us closer to the reality of the situation than another approach.

A model along the lines of (t,t,t,t,...) instead of (x,y,z,t)...where the perceived dimension (x) is in reality the transduction of time into energy,where a "type" of reciprocity occurs in the a form similar to T = 1/F,and all of this transduction takes place in a "type" of null zone between dimensions... a "buffer zone", so to speak.
just a thought !!!

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