looking at the first graph, you're on to something. it's difficult to say if it's 100% correct after a moment, but it feels right. i was thinking
about it around a decade ago. i'm not sure about the angles/curvature, but that's probably just because you've cramped 3 dimensions on 2-dimensional
picture, with one of them actually progressing differently depending on the point of view.
the second picture however, well. if you can't be bothered to redraw it, can you at least make a photo that's not blurred into oblivion?
We need to re-think our place in space time. We are not zero or have a concept of actual zero. The cos constant (ç) should be the new "zero". It is
also the threshold of time. (ç) is timeless. Think of photon particles in a vacuum. Ageless.. Beautiful..
Time dilation exists, this negative time dilation must also be plausible. The logical answer is beyond (ç).
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