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Do X,.y And Z Axes Change As Velocity Changes?

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on April 17, 2003 19:56:20 UTC

_Relative motion_ appears to influence the
numerical or ratio valuation of time. Each of the "dimensions" you named is changed in relation to other "dimensions" by relative motion. Can you dispute that? This would seem
to place motion in a special class. If relative motion is not a dimension, it is the universal medium in which the other dimensions dance. Is that close to what you are saying?
Seems to me that motion is spatial and time is
abstract and subjective. Motion could be a dimension without time. What do you say?

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