Geometry of time and Dimensionality of Space View Full Text


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DATE

2003

AUTHORS

M. Saniga

ABSTRACT

It goes without saying that a profound mystery lies behind the conventional notions of space and time. Thus, for example, the fact that there are three macroscopic dimensions of space was rigorously proved as early as the great Ptolemy some thousand years ago, yet contemporary science is still lacking any deeper and theoretically well-founded insight into the origin of this puzzling number. Deeper than the enigma of (the dimensionality of) space seems to be that of (the nature of) time. Here, there even exists a sharp contradiction between the way we perceive time and what modern physical theories tell us about the concept. To our senses, time appears to “flow,” “pass,” proceed inexorably from the past through (the unique moment of) the present into the future — the fact commonly known as the arrow of time. Yet, almost all the fundamental equations of physics are strictly timereversible and, in addition, they do not leave any proper place for the concept of the present, the “now.” This failure of current physical theories to properly account for the observed macroscopic dimensionality of space and the intricate nature of time is, in our opinion, asking for a serious revision of the generally adopted physical paradigms about the concepts in question. We think that there is a strong need for the representation of space and time that is more adherent to our perceptions and which includes, in particular, the irreversibility of change. More... »

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131-143

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    The Nature of Time: Geometry, Physics and Perception

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