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Yanah
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I just do not understand why it is so essential for time to be a dimension. I'm by no means a specialist in this field, and I don't really know the core workings of relativity, but why is it that time must be, or at least is almost always referred to as a dimension? The only way I seem to be able to look at time logically is that it is the speed at which energy affects, or passes through, or whatever it does to mass.
If it really is crucial for time to be a dimension, could someone please refer me to the equations or whatever that require it to be?
If it really is crucial for time to be a dimension, could someone please refer me to the equations or whatever that require it to be?