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We consider defining time as a function of a cyclical field, an abstraction of a clock. The definition of time corresponds to a novel interpretation of the relationship between space-time coordinates of observers at different locations in space. As a first test of the utility of this definition, we show that it leads to a Lorentz covariant description of space-time. This derivation of Lorenz covariance provides a starting point for considering more general constructions that relate to physical laws. The definition of time couples time to space, making time not orthogonal to space, and making dynamics a result of geometry, providing a vehicle for curved space-time theories that generalize general relativity.



Author: Yaneer Bar-Yam

Source: https://archive.org/







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