Lecture 4 – The Spatial-Time Dimension

Lecture 4 on the Spatial-Time Dimension has been added. Lecture 4 argues that the geometry of the universe is not a three-dimensional non-Euclidean space as perceived by Einstein. Rather, it is a four-dimensional Euclidean space. The fourth dimension is called the Spatial-Time dimension that unifies space and time (i.e. a lightyear in distance is a year back in time. This lecture also summarizes the main tenants of The Theory of Time. Length 55:03

Lecture 1 – The Romeo Effect

Lecture 1 – The Romeo Effect has been added to the Home Page. This lecture discusses the Romeo Effect and identifies the issues that exist with the assumptions Einstein made in his Theory of Relativity. This lecture introduces new assumptions used in The Theory of Time. Length: 53:31

 

 

Spacetime

Spacetime Spacetime is a four-dimensional system that is composed of three spatial dimensions and a temporal time dimension. Einstein used the concept of spacetime in…

The Constant c

Book 2 – The Constant c Author:  Victor A Meyer Last Version:  Unwritten # of Words:  Unknown Writing Status:    Planning Stages Publication Status:    Unpublished…