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    • Oliver Thewalt

      Is space-time countable?

      Time independent modelling: Scale invariance and shape dynamics are more appropriate concepts in order to model the infinity transition of matter and energy for a gravitational lab. The universe is not discrete, space-time is uncountable - a dimension is about a fractal photonic mediation of the...

      Tags: space-time, uncountable, scale invariance, universe not discrete, no discrete space-time, shape dynamics, gravity, dimension, potonic mediation of the infinity transition, condensed matter, time indepentent models in physics

      • Oliver Thewalt

        The planes of constant t intersect the hyperboloid in 2d spheres.

        Is Spacetime Countable? Written by Sean Gryb and illustrated by Marc Ngui Abstract Is there a number for every bit of spacetime, or is spacetime smooth like the real line? The ultimate fate of a quantum theory of gravity might depend on it. The troublesome infinities of quantum gravity can b...

        Tags: planes of constant t, hyperboloid, 2d spheres, Scale invariance, shape dynamics, gravity, spacetime countable, sean gryb

        • Oliver Thewalt

          Time independent modelling: Scale invariance and shape dynamics

          Time independent modelling: Scale invariance and shape dynamics are more appropriate concepts in order to model the infinity transition of matter and energy for a gravitational lab. The universe is not discrete, space-time is uncountable - a dimension is about a fractal photonic mediation of the...

          Tags: Time independent modelling, Scale invariance, shape dynamics, gravity