By Elizabeth A. Rauscher
The Maxwell, Einstein, Schrödinger and Dirac equations are thought of an important equations in all of physics. This quantity goals to supply new 8- and twelve-dimensional complicated recommendations to those equations for the 1st time with a view to exhibit their richness and persisted value for advancing primary Physics. If M-Theory is to maintain its promise of defining the final word constitution of topic and spacetime, it's only during the topological configurations of extra dimensionality (or levels of freedom) that this may be attainable. Stretching the exploration of complicated house via the entire major equations of Physics might help tighten the noose on "the" basic idea. this sort of exploration of upper dimensional spacetime has for the main half been missed via M-theorists and physicists as a rule and is taken to its penultimate shape the following.
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C) Represents the view of Fig. 1b where the future time dimension comes out of the paper, X is in the plane of the paper and no multi-connected world lines exist and only single valued ‘nows’ exist. Certain spacetime relationships that involve Closed Time-like Loops (CTL) paradoxes can be resolved utilizing formulations in terms of multidimensional geometries (Fig. 1). The issues involved are presented and extensively discussed in . In the so-called twin paradox, only future time travel is possible in non-inertial frames because time dilation only occurs in the rapidly accelerating frame (Fig.
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Orbiting the moons of Pluto : complex solutions to the Einstein, Maxwell, Schrödinger, and Dirac equations by Elizabeth A. Rauscher