|Subject: RE: 1/137 in
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2002 17:41:52 -0500
I guess my much more modern view is that the electron spends at least
half its time as a 4-dimensional object (q x t) rather than a 3-dimensional
object made of mass. Since an observable is a 3-space instantaneous
"frozen" snapshot of an ongoing 4-space interaction, each observation only
exists at one instantaneous point it time. It does not "exist in time" a
priori! It does not PERSIST in time. Instead, it continually RECURS at
more advanced time points, as does every part of it as well.
So one can say that in the state where "it persists in time", the electron
is actually a 4-space critter, not a 3-space electron at all, but a 4-space
(q x t) entity.
This is part of the wide-spread problem in physics of them having
substituted the effect for the cause.
Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2002 3:43 PM
To: Tom Bearden
Subject: 1/137 in hyperspace?
Several times in "Excalibur Briefing" you make mention of the fact that an
electron spends about 1/137 of its time in hyperspace.
How is this fraction derived?