Thanks for the compliment.
I finally got someone with smarts to read it other than Chalmers and S_T
Time inflates along with 3 dimensions in the big bang.
Leaving 6 dimensions behind to compactify or curl up
into tiny balls 1000 planck lengths across each with 500 holes.
So each 6-d ball is a fixed structure and 10^90/cc of them fill the
Hardly a single structure.
Well I really cannot say how time works. Don't know if it is linear,or
if it inflates or deflates. Most of string theory appears to threat time as
part of a 4-D background spacetime. The paper has little to do with time.
Perhaps it is required for Pratt theory?
On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 6:38 PM, Stephen P. King <stephe...@charter.net>wrote:
> Dear Richard,
> Your paper <http://vixra.org/pdf/1101.0044v1.pdf> is very
> interesting. It reminds me a lot of Stephen Wolfram's cellular automaton
> theory. I only have one big problem with it. The 10d manifold would be a
> single fixed structure that, while conceivably capable of running the
> computations and/or implementing the Peano arithmetic, has a problem with
> the role of time in it. You might have a solution to this problem that I
> see that I did not deduce as I read your paper. How do you define time for
> your model?
> "Nature, to be commanded, must be obeyed."
> ~ Francis Bacon
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