Research Paper | Astronomy Science | India | Volume 5 Issue 12, December 2016
If One Can Occupy a Place at Two Different Times, Why Cannot One Occupy Two Different Places at the Same Time?
Abstract: Nature is somewhat a mystery for us. It seems never ending mystic nature of nature for us. No matter how much deep we go, it seems something still left to be done. Natural mystery is something we cannot measure with quantitative parameters. It seems qualitative measurement is a better idea over quantitative measurement of nature. It is because we cannot formulate nature as a linear system or a simple system or a direct system etc. Many phenomenon of nature involve nonlinear exponentials, sinusoidal, random quantities etc. The same thing applies to space and time relationship. One cannot be smoothly transformed to the other. If it would be, then we could have applied the same rules to time as what we use for space. The problem is that space and time cannot be linearly transformed to one another. Space and time holds nonlinear relationship very much like mass and energy does in Einsteins equation. If is a nonlinear parameter, then we can relate space with time as. . . . . . The equation tells that the space has its own time. If the total Amount of time of the Universe is transformed into space with the above formulation, we would have zero space. Similarly, if the whole space would be transformed into time, we would have zero time. A zero is divided into space and time with a negative nonlinear relationship parameter K, which also prevents for smooth transformation between space and time as K is negative. Thus there is a negative K which prevents smooth transformation between space and time, and hence, both space and time are highly stable in the Universe.
Keywords: Nature, nonlinear exponentials, Zero Space and Zero Time, Negative nonlinear relationship parameter, Smooth transformation between space and time
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 12, December 2016,
Pages: 295 - 297
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