3D time-frame Cosmology

By: Rudolph Draaisma

The idea of three dimensional time is not new in Science, but I came my own way to the conclusion that time must be three-dimensional. A handicap is that we don't know what time is, nor energy and matter either. This leaves room for "wild" speculations and various theories, as long as they are not in conflict with our observations. A true theory must explain what is observed and by necessity exclude what is not. Not even Einstein's theory of Relativity satisfies this definition all the way through and so it still is a theory.

Nevertheless, our observations are illusive, because everything we observe, comes to us through signals of finite speed. This means that we cannot observe the present moment of the world around us, not even our own body (the pain comes AFTER the injury). What we observe and see as "reality", is instead a picture that the human brain composes from signals of the past, into one of a "present" moment.

Considering light signals, if want to see events that happened simultaneously indeed happening simultaneously, they must all be on the same distance from us. In the case of sound signals, this is quite clear. If two persons on different distances scream loud, you will hear the one who was closest to you first. They screamed at the same time, but for you they did not. For light signals the same applies, but as their speed is so terribly high, our eyes can't observe the tiny time differences in everyday life, but they are there nonetheless.

On larger distances however, the effect becomes significant, especially when we observe outer space.

1) From the postulate that "the world" exists right now, including the whole of the Universe, that we can't observe what it looks right now, we can conclude that we, as observers, are in the center of our observable world. As such we can imagine our world to consist of an infinite number of spheres in time, each sphere being a moment in past time. All events that happened on the same time-sphere, were simultaneously and we will observe them simultaneously, but only those.

2) If the whole of the Universe exists "right now", everything in it must be on the same time-sphere, the sphere of "right now", which is the "Universal Being Time" (UBT). We cannot observe this UBT, even though we truly exist there.? Instead we observe events and objects, situated on an infinite number of past time-spheres around us, each having been the UBT at the moment they transmitted the signals that we observe "now" in our "Observable Being Time" (OBT). The OBT is created in our brain and is thus not physical reality. Indeed, we exist in an other Universe (UBT), than the one we observe (OBT). Our world, the OBT, is an illusion of our senses, in conjunction with the finite speed of light.

As a result, our physical laws, including Einstein's theories of relativity, describe this illusion more or less correctly, but there is no theory to date, that explains the "real" world behind them. In my view, time, the UBT is absolute, but relative in the OBT and that is what Relativity describes. Therefore it cannot exclude by necessity what is not observed, neither does quantum mechanics, all describing the illusionary OBT.

This all leads to the concept that time is three-dimensional and spatial distance, a three-dimensional illusion of our senses. An indication of the correctness of this could be the cosmic background radiation, a remnant of the Big-Bang, that is all around us, equally strong (or rater weak) in all directions.

I postulate that this background radiation comes from the limits of the OBT, the "limits" of the Universe, but these limits are those of the OBT, that travels with us. No matter how fast we would travel, even with almost the speed of light, we would not come a meter closer to these limits. Furthermore, at the moment of the Big-Bang, both the UBT and the OBT were in a singular time-point and we are still in that very same point - the UBT, that we can't observe. There is only the present moment - tomorrow never comes!? The OBT expanded and that is what we observe - the expanding Universe and we are right in the center of it - so is any observer in any however distant galaxy.

Past and future do not exist, but for our senses. It will always be today and always, "right now"Article Search, for ever and ever....

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