skyfish wrote:Mikado,

FTM...had to refresh my memory on that one. It took me to this post from Linda. Just like it says. When you bend space, you also bend time. Space and time are united in the aether. The aether is common to all dimensions of space. That is what can be manipulated. That is why it is accessable to all points in space at once. That is why I think it is e=st. The energy in the dimensions of space times the dimension of time. I know that is a little nonsensical. It is an infinite quantity, but then maybe time and space are not infinite, but who knows. I guess you could say that gravity is a dimensional phenomenon. That is what M string theory suggests. It also suggests that it resides all around us at a scale the is smaller than particles...that particles are made up from vibrations in this medium. It has a time quality too. Ever hear that infinity can be accessed at the scale of the very small? The quantum probability ocean. Forwards, backwards, the ocean does not care.

You raise an interesting concept. Let us just be open here before I go further. I understand that you receive downloads as do I but let us just realize that what we both see may not be the 100% correct interpretation therefore, we may both be correct in part. First, your statement - The aether is common to all dimensions of space. - I couldn't agree more. Next statement - That is what can be manipulated. - couldn't agree more. Next - When you bend space, you also bend time - mostly agree. Now this next statement - Space and time are united in the aether - my take is that they are manifested as a result of the aether. Now this next statement - I guess you could say that gravity is a dimensional phenomenon. - My take is that gravity is manifested as an effect of the aether but it is a weak force that is manifested in all dimensions simultaneously. But then we are both getting this from somewhere so who knows?

Your formula - e=st - I am having a bit of difficulty with. I believe I see where you are headed, at the very least, a general direction. "e" of course you mention is Energy, "s" is space and "t" is time. Breaking these variables down E is a force whether it be Watts or ergs or any thing in between. S is space and has dimension or distance and is measureable, whether it be square or cubed and will be a measureable area. T of course you mention is Time, another measureable quantity. These factors don't normally go together for in essence you have Energy = Space X Time which could on first blush be similar to E = m c<2, in that Mass can be either viewed as density or a volume in a given area and that velocity has time has a unit within it and this can be considered a Force equation and is very similar to Newton's F = 1/2 m v<2 and Lorentz is needed in between. I suppose I am asking here how you derived and extrapolated your original equation. and what are the unit of measurement for each, "e", "s" and "t"?

Just a few thoughts,

Mikado