chris peck wrote:
> >>[c^2] is exactly an expression of the presence of 2 temporal dimensions
> >>orthogonally configured, >>computing against a sheet region not a linear
> >>one. [Rose(c)1995].
> What then would it mean for two events to occur in temporally perpendicular
similar to what it means for there to be a real value "square root of -1"
or for an object to move in two or more orthogonal spacial directions
'at the same time' ; in some reimann transform or other, all linear
motions can be figured as and only as a mono-dimensional motion.