Read it all. It might be a good read and give you some new thoughts
This is not supported by any sources, because i don't use sources. I like to think on my own.
This might not be how it is. But its how i think it is. But it would help if you commented with some thoughts of your own. Because i dont know
But i am working on it lol
We all know that we have at least 4 dimensions.
But as you see time is a different dimension than the other three. You can measure time. But you cant measure the Height. Length or width of the other
three. You will never find the beginning or the end.
Now i have been thinking about the absolute vacuum. A absolute vacuum is a space without any Matter, Time, Pressure or Temperature. Does it exist?
Well we say that a vacuum is a space with less matter, time and energy. We have observed that much.
Now if you pay attention to time and what time is. Time is changes in matter.
Matter is one thing and time is another. Something is doing something to the matter so it will change.
What else then a vacuum would make the matter changes and create time?
Now lets think all the way back to the beginning.
Lets imagine that a perfect vacuum is the dimension Height, Length and Width (Space). This dimension is timeless. It has no matter, time, energy or
Now this has to exist but we will never be able to measure it or observe it. Because it is way to powerful. Its to big and its to small.
We could say that all the 4 dimensions arrived at the same time. But Matter would always be relative to nothing. Or the perfect vacuum.
We could also say that everything always existed. But still everything would be relative to nothing "The perfect vacuum".
The perfect vacuum runs everything. It must have been the first dimension. A time less dimension of space with no pressure.
Lets talk about energy, matter and pressure. What came first?
Matter is made up of energy because of a pressure differential. And different matter is made up by different energies because of a different pressure
So it might be fair to say that energy came before matter. But energy is still different then absolute vacuum.
The vacuum would try to slow done or cool the energy. What does that really mean?
Well the vacuum would try to compress the energy to equal its own force 0. That's how the energy would slow down. The energy would be compressed to
the power of the absolute vacuum. And the power of nothing is more powerful then energy.
Then what happens?
Well when energy slows down it increases in size. Its just the opposite of what happens if you speed up matter to the speed of light. It would stretch
in size. But not all at once. Its would stretch because the matter that is closest to the speed of light would be stretched or start to pool away from
the matter with less speed.
How can i prove that?
Its not really that hard. But its hard to get you to understand it. If you imagine something that is very very long 10 km in length. And you speed it
up to the speed of light. The tip would start to pool further and further away from the back end each second. Now you can't imagine having a engine
in the back of this thing. A engine would compress the 10 km long thing. Energy doesn't have a engine in the back
So we have to forget about that.
Do you see the picture now .)
Now when energy is slowed down by the vacuum you get a opposite affect then a stretch. The energy would start to swell up into different matter. Walla
we have matter
But how big or small can energy be?
Well it wont be as big or as small as the absolute vacuum. It will be just in between?
Now that got you lost right. Well not if you think of the 3 dimensions again. Height, Length and width. What do they tell you about the location of
My question was: Which of the 4 dimensions came first if time is the 4th?