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space/time

I do remember some theories concerning relativity suggesting some sort of motion in space might allow time travel if space-time geometrics are possible.

00Space-time in simple terms is a mathematical model that combines space and time into a single continuum.

00This is called the curve of positions or space-time curve; its gradient represents the velocity.

00I do remember some theories concerning relativity suggesting some sort of motion in space might allow time travel if space-time geometrics are possible.

00Space-time in simple terms is a mathematical model that combines space and time into a single continuum.

00Expressions of interest on Ian Gunn's collected space-time buccaneers can be e-mailed to: UK.. .

00The space-time continuum, which is a fancy way of saying " we don't know.

00curvature of space-time caused by the motions of matter.

00dimension of space-time is not 4 (3 space plus one time ), but 10.

00fabric of space-time.

00four-dimensional space-time is probably true.

00four-dimensional entity, called space-time.

00imperfect analogy, it may help us imagine a system of nodes in space-time, and their interaction.

00localized in any finite region of space-time no matter how large it is.

00Much of the work of my group at Leeds can be viewed as the construction of a formal ontology of space and space-time.

00Neural motion detectors do appear to use a strategy based on such space-time pairings to encode image motion.

00particularized property located at some region of space-time [Bennett 1996] .

00However, to create a wormhole, one needs matter that warps space-time in the opposite way, like the surface of a saddle.

00Ordinary matter curves space-time back on itself, like the surface of the Earth.

00Instead, they were just different directions in a single object called space-time.

00Space has three dimensions, and time has one, so space-time is four-dimensional, but the four components are discrete.

00space-time caused by the motions of matter.

00This does not indicate that Newtonian space-time is only a useful approximation to reality and nothing more.

00gravity curves space-time, that is both space and time.

00Now we have units of creation that function in a Newtonian space-time.

00In our solar system, the astronomy of the inner planets (Venus and Mercury) suggests that Einsteinian space-time is influencing them.

00The general idea was made rigorous in flat space-time in the early fifties by A. S. Wightman.

00I have over-simplified the discussion, by talking of 3-dimensional space, rather than of 4-dimensional space-time.

00That UFOs can appear, or disappear, on the spot, when leaving or entering our visual four-dimensional space-time is probably true.

00Experimental investigations and astrophysical observations designed to detect possible evidence for the anisotropy of real space-time.

00space-time diagram to which shows the two causally separated regions.

00space-time dimensions we observe.

00space-time domain of human life.

00space-time method.

00space-time regions suffices to account for the physical meaning of observables.

00space-time in the opposite way, like the surface of a saddle.

00space-time continuum, which is a fancy way of saying " we don't know.

00His research interests are mainly in turbo equalization, turbo equalization, turbo coding and space-time coding.

00warps space-time in the opposite way, like the surface of a saddle.

00Take one end of a space-time wormhole and throw it into the other end.

00This is called the curve of positions or space-time curve; its gradient represents the velocity.

00However, to create a wormhole, one needs matter that warps space-time in the opposite way, like the surface of a saddle.

00Ordinary matter curves space-time back on itself, like the surface of the Earth.

00Instead, they were just different directions in a single object called space-time.

00Space has three dimensions, and time has one, so space-time is four-dimensional, but the four components are discrete.

00This does not indicate that Newtonian space-time is only a useful approximation to reality and nothing more.

00Gravity curves space-time, that is both space and time.

00Now we have units of creation that function in a Newtonian space-time.

00In our solar system, the astronomy of the inner planets (Venus and Mercury) suggests that Einsteinian space-time is influencing them.

00The general idea was made rigorous in flat space-time in the early fifties by A. S. Wightman.

00I have over-simplified the discussion, by talking of 3-dimensional space, rather than of 4-dimensional space-time.

00Experimental investigations and astrophysical observations designed to detect possible evidence for the anisotropy of real space-time.

00Here is a space-time diagram to which shows the two causally separated regions.

00Some are compacted into little balls so that only the strings poke out into the four space-time dimensions we observe.

00It is the " switch track " by which the transcendent Word can be mediated redemptively into the space-time domain of human life.

00At the heart of the calculations is the GW space-time method.

00The claim is that the allocation itself of observable algebras to finite space-time regions suffices to account for the physical meaning of observables.

00His research interests are mainly in turbo equalization, turbo coding and space-time coding.

00Take one end of a space-time wormhole and throw it into the other end.

00Take charge of a number of unique weapons and stare in awe as you reverse gravity and travel through rips in space-time to fight the fiends.

00Werner asked me to lead it when Fred Alan Wolf introduced me to him at the Ritz Hotel in Paris in 1974, when we were writing Space-Time and Beyond with Bob Toben.

00Ellie Coppola showed Space-Time and Beyond to all their friends.

00Their abstraction creates a hiatus in space-time and a sense of unboundedness.

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