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Posted by Alexander on October 8, 2001 17:57:43 UTC

Write down an equation-two of your theory (othervise there is no theory yet, right?) and then we can see what you want to say.

About inverting space I may say that it is equivalent to inverting time (in equations of motion)- velocity is defined as time derivative of space: v=dx/dt, so replacing t to -t or x to -x gives negative velosity (and thus negative momentium) - what may be called motion "backward" in time or in space. Replacing both gives positive sign to velocity back (back in time back in space = forward in time and space).

So, what exactly is is you statement (theory)?

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