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Any theory of physical reality is like a map; not just a map, yet a map of our human perception capability, successfully navigating the idea of space through time, understanding how all of that works. It is like travelling around the world; taking photos, gaining a greater understanding of how the world works, how the world lives, and how it breathes. To achieve that as a pure theory of physics in exploring space and time, from the basis of human perception, the travelling experience there is identifying a set of successful patterns of data that have been proven experimentally through real means, as patterns of data that come together to form a fundamental property of definition for perception as a logos of reality, here as a logos of space and time. The eBook presented here accounts for such a process, detailing 18 consecutive physics papers on the subject of time and perception, and how perception holds the key in unlocking the mystery of time and space.


One key logos regarding our perception with space and time is that to understand nature is to first trust it, to trust what is presented to our perception as real, and thus more fundamentally, to know our perception, to accept those fundamentals. Yet how is “trust” a part of science, and should it be? In some ways nature like our body is like a piano; we can play anything with it, yet knowing how it works is key to getting the most out of it. And surely to get the most out of reality using our perception, our greater ability to perceive and think is certainly required for our advancement in the physical arts and sciences. This eBook is about knowing how nature works by accepting how our perception works and how perception can be used to understand the scientific here and now components of time and space. The eBook presented here is such a focus, and the hope is that it is an insightful and rewarding process of study.


The utility of this eBook is to position the already freely available papers (available at http://www.equusspace.com/index-2.htm) in the one word/phrase search facility for immediate word/phrase index search functionality. For instance, if one wants to find which paper Avogadro’s constant was derived, it can be found by typing in “Avogadro” in the eBook document search function. If one wants to find where the fine structure constant was derived, it can be found by typing “fine structure constant” in the e-book document search function. When those results come up, each of those results will point to which of the papers that subject word/phrase arises by where it exists in the eBook. Owing to the nature of needing to keep each chapter as true to publication as the papers, hyperlinks for references are not used in the eBook yet remain the function of the individual papers themselves.


The eBook is compiled as chapters representative of the sequential order of the papers as per publishing date, from chapter 1 (paper 1) to chapter 18 (paper 18). Paper 18 represents a summary of all the papers to the level of defining the fundamental and principle features of time, space, and perception; it was logical to reach paper 18 as a follow-on from papers 1-17, as a summary of the findings, namely the complete and fundamental description of time, space, and perception and their common functionality. Chapter 18 therefore is a good starting point, owing to its overview nature, if one is uncertain about the how to approach the papers. Or, if at any time one finds themselves getting lost in the reading, head to chapter 18 to get that overall heads-up overview perspective of what is ultimately sought in the papers, namely the fundamental scientific principles of time, space, and perception.

The eBook presented here, the third in a series, details two key papers central to a new theory on time suggesting that there exists an “aether” of time-points through which light waves travel. These two papers explain this mysterious substance, as “Dimensional Thermodynamics” (paper 22) and “Time-Space Wave-Mechanics” (paper 23), compiled in the form of this eBook for leisurely reading. The papers presented here follow on from 21 preceding papers that have been taking the idea of time to represent an algorithm in line with the human temporal perception ability, which just seems the natural thing to do.


The entire premise is based on the idea of time representing "time-points" in space that form a "time-aether" with an associated intrinsic gold-ratio time-algorithm (supporting a fractal lattice aether), a time-aether that allows for the propagation of light in space and for elementary particle phenomena to manifest. To prove this time-point aether, the time-point aether model is able to successfully derive the mass of the elementary particles (proton-neutron, electron), the basic unit of charge of an electron, together with deriving the Vacuum constant of space, all of this upon having already derived all standard equations and constants for the field forces and associated energies, all from this time-point aether.


All of the papers use lengthy introductory sections to explain the context of this new theory in comparison to the contemporary model of spacetime; the current listing of papers (23) describe space and time not as spacetime, yet two separate entities, as only a time-aether can be separate from the vacuum of space. Subsequently, the time-points develop a wave-function, and certain resonance alignments of the wave-function develop mass and charge, and thence all the equations and constants thereof; all the standard mathematical equations and associated constants come together after time and space, that inter-relationship, have been examined and presented thoroughly along this new line of thought. Paper 23 proposes a fascinating new possibility regarding a new propulsion mechanism based on the Vacuum Constant of space, as a type of natural repulsive force that exists between light and space as defined by this time-point aether, and how that is accessible with this theory.


Any theory of physical reality is like a map; not just a map, yet a map of our human perception capability, successfully navigating the idea of space through time, of time through space, and of course understanding how all of that works. It is like travelling around the world; having new experiences, gaining a greater understanding of how the world works, how the world lives, and how it breathes. To achieve that as a pure theory of physics while exploring space and time, from the basis of human perception, the travelling experience there is identifying a set of successful patterns of data that have been proven experimentally through real means, as patterns of data that come together to form a fundamental property of definition as a logos of space and time.


The eBook presented here accounts for such a process, detailing three physics papers on the subject of time, space, and perception, and how perception holds the key in unlocking the mystery of time and space. This eBook contains the most recent three papers of a series of 21 which represents a gateway to all the other papers for your perusal.


One key logos regarding our perception with space and time is that to understand nature is to first trust it, to trust what is presented to our perception as real, and thus more fundamentally, to know our perception, to accept those fundamentals. Yet how is “trust” a part of science, and should it be? In some way nature, like our body, is like a musical instrument; we can play anything with it yet knowing how it works is key to doing the most with it. And surely to do the most with reality using our perception, our greater ability to perceive and think is certainly required for our advancement in the physical arts and sciences. This eBook and associated papers is about knowing how nature works by accepting how our perception works and how perception can be used to understand the scientific here and now components of time and space. The eBook presented here is such a focus, and the hope is that it is an insightful and rewarding process of study. I hope you enjoy it and above all find it useful and rewarding.


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