This is the Einstein Field Equation
Time t is simply the distance the hands travel around the clock, the distance the earth rotates around its axis, the distance the earth revolves around the sun.
Mass m is simply a four distance or dimensional space.
The dimensions that compose the universe are not “curled up” they are all visible to us every day.
Einstein thought the fields were unipolar making them circular, however experiment emphasizes the fields have two poles making them elliptical.
The cosmological constant is simply another four space making the incorporation of dark matter and dark energy graceful.
Why are physicists so tied up in knots over such a simple concept?
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where d is distance and e is events.
This model gives you twelve dimensions and all of the dimensions are visible every day, they are not concealed or “wrapped up” at all.
I do not consider this equation perfect, but I believe I am on the right track.
What the above equation describes is a toroidal torus, or a klein bottle.
Consequently, the Einstein Field Equation describes a regular klein bottle, while the Czerepak field equation describes an irregular klein bottle. What is special about the klein bottle is it only has one side. This would mean the Universe although in constant flux is eternal and singular. There was no bang and there will be no crunch just continual cycling through states.
The only other consideration is that the elliptical paths, should be replaced with spiral paths. This would make the klein bottle recursive. How many recursions there are may be limited to the seven states identified by the System International Units: luminosity, temperature, time, distance, mass, current and molarity all of these reducing to distances.
I already see commercial applications for this model.
Everyone’s eyebrows are raised at the latest billion dollar investment in Twitter.
Good reason, Twitter keeps flying into window panes instead of flying in formation.
Twitter’s problem is they are not buying up all the spin off applications and making an integrated multi-media micro-blogging platform. Facebook is.
If Twitter’s owners had some sense they would develop an ad vector that consisted of paid corporate microblogs that Twitter users could choose to follow. These commercial microblogs could be given a separate list in the twitter interface and, like adwords, bid for rank on a user’s twitter space.
The thing most businesses and marketing companies don’t recognize is that media has not changed much at all. Just like the television media, internet media is a collection of free service vectors on which to place paid service vectors. Free service vectors are bait in which you set your hooks to paid service vectors and always has been. So the bait has changed and the hooks have changed. So what?
Time for Twitter and all the marketing firms to paddle back to shore and hump it to the bait store and buy some new tackle instead of sitting on their asses wondering why the fish ain’t biting.
Rule number one: The rules are always changing.