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04 February 2006

The Many Directions of Time

I hope you like gravitational transverse redshifts.... :)



I love this comment:

Einstein’s mistake
• The ‘direction of the radius’ is the curved geodesic.
• This measured radius increases in proportion to the measured
circumference, so ‘the surface of the disk’ remains Euclidean.
• The insight was brilliant, but general relativity was off track in
1909, even before Einstein began work on the field equations.

Posted by Malachi on Sat Feb 04 10:35:00 PST 2006
The Lecture2 is by far the best part if you like pictures. He goes into comparisons of linear time being like a flat earth as well as space being a hypersphere... very interesting read, even if some of the math is over my head.

Posted by Malachi on Sat Feb 04 11:46:00 PST 2006
I wonder if the wormhole tunnels are related to quantum entanglement... hmmm...

Posted by Malachi on Fri Feb 10 00:40:00 PST 2006