This is not a good example but it gets my message across quite well, anti-matter can sometimes mean anti-time....Terry Giblin said:Is Time a Dimension?
Can everyone consider the following thought experiment.
Image you are looking at your reflection in a mirror, which is one light second away from you. Therefore each reflection, takes two seconds to reach the mirror and come back to you.
By looking at your reflection you have increased your peripheral vision, but you cannot see directly behind you – you can never run into yourself.
Similar to p-brains – the size of p-branes are not infinite, they are proportional to the size of the mirror you are using to observe them, they are simple reflections or optical illusions – just like a rainbow in a cloud with pots of gold at each end. Would you rather live of a slice of bread or live in a cloud full of rainbows?
Now let us assume that the speed of light and time can vary, which would play tricks on our reflections.
If reflections in the mirror, could travel at different speeds or across varying time scales making them some times travel 2,3,4, or 5 times faster than one another.
The reflections and images you would receive would arrive in a random reverse sequence – Just like a tachyon does – travelling faster than the speed of light causes the reflections and images to arrive, in time reversal.
Now image you are one-dimensional and move forwards until you are pressed against the mirror, time would in effect stop.
You would become yourself and your reflection.
Just as in the case of the electron-positron production, in a vacuum.
We can therefore think of the positron, as the electrons own reflection in a mirror, in time reversal.
A positron is simply an electron travelling backward in time long its own time line, fortunately it has other quantum properties like mass, ‘charge’ and a half-life, which allows experiments to be performed on it, unlike the tachyon.
I mention charge, not to confuse, but to consider its implications in a magnetic field.
Where is all the missing antimatter in the universe? – Stop for one second and find out its right behind you.
Unfortunately to stop time completely, unless you are already a photon, which means you have quantum mass, you therefore have to become a singularity. – which is not recommended.
Does a falling tree in a forest make a noise if there is no one to hear it fall?
Does antimatter form, where once matter had existed but has now moved forward a faction in time - if no one can stop or hang around to observe it? Does that mean it does not exist, in time reverse?
Is time a dimension?
Terry Giblin, Time Certainty Principle.
You can never repeat the same ‘Time’ experiment more than once, the rest are history.
Time is definitely a dimension - YES.
Time should definitely be considered and accept as a true time, in its own right.
Time has two degrees of freedom, forwards and backwards.
(Reality or reflection, matter or antimatter, similar to the electro-magnetic wave, electricity and magnetism).
Time is a valid dimension and should be given its own baryon number, if not already?
The size of a p-brane is not infinite, it is proportional to the size of the mirror you use to observe them. But they are still only reflections in time.