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Suppositions On Time And Space

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 14, 2005 05:43:39 UTC

1. Time is the only complete or unitary dimension in the Universe.
2. Time is the ONLY dimension that points to or from the origin. All other dimensions are NEVER directed towards the origin.
3. Time excludes all other dimensions: it never intersects any other dimension, and it is the only perfect boundary in the Universe.
4. Time actually intersects the origin and must be continuous through the origin and is infinitely directed through the origin.
5. Positive space, which is our familiar space, is ALWAYS unbounded, and is ALWAYS directed away from the origin. ALL action in positive space works away from the origin, unless it can reflect, or decay, perfect mass.
6. Negative space, is ALWAYS bounded, and may contain the origin. ALL action in negative space that contains the origin is directed perpendicular to the origin; ALL action in negative space that does not include the origin acts towards the origin. ALL action in negative space must elevate or absorb perfect mass.
7. Positive space and negative space are not complementary to each other.
8. Positive space can never be nested.
9. Negative space can be infinitely nested.
10. Null space is never a perfect boundary. ALL action in null space is transitory and must create equivalence.

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