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Stephen H. Jarvis
Equus Aerospace Pty Ltd,
Sydney, Australia.

The basic theoretic zero-dimensional number theory content of Temporal Mechanics is
presented as 56 consecutive papers (Volumes 1-8), each paper available through the following
channels:
The 56 papers (Volumes 1-8, 1553 pages) are best read as a compiled single PDF from the
following secure download link (SendOwl):

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THE THEORY
TEMPORAL MECHANICS: ZERO-DIMENSIONAL LOGIC
Temporal Mechanics is a new method of examining physical phenomena in using a zero-dimensional philosophy and associated number theory. Specifically,
Temporal Mechanics uses the mathematical object description of zero-dimensionality for time and space, namely time as a moment and space as a point, such
as an advancement upon standard calculus.
Here with the zero-dimensional number theory, Temporal Mechanics presents the case of defining time as time-domains central to our perception ability of
time and space. In other words, Temporal Mechanics presents the case of self-evident axioms for time and space, axioms that are self-evident to our
perception ability of physical phenomena. The thinking here with Temporal Mechanics is that a temporal-perception adjusted mathematical model should
derive the known equations and values relevant to known phenomena, provided that the data exists to confirm or deny that new axiomatic base.
As the name suggests, Temporal Mechanics is the proposed mechanics of time with space. Here, although time can be observed to contract and lengthen
owing to the relative motion of bodies, it is derived that the speed of light c is always a constant velocity where at c time does not pass. Here, Temporal
Mechanics addresses both concepts of time known to QFT and GR, the primary universal c time where at c time does not pass for any location in space, and
the secondary incursions of time due to relative motion.
Stephen H. Jarvis
Author of Temporal Mechanics
Founder of Xemdir.

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NAVIGATION

ADDRESS
Stephen H. Jarvis
Equus Aerospace Pty
Ltd,
Sydney, Australia.

SOCIAL

The basic theoretic zero-dimensional number
theory content of Temporal Mechanics is
presented as 56 consecutive papers (Volumes 1-
8), each paper available through the following
channels:
The 56 papers (Volumes 1-8, 1553 pages) are best
read as a compiled single PDF from the following
secure download link (SendOwl):

THE THEORY
TEMPORAL MECHANICS:
ZERO-DIMENSIONAL LOGIC
Temporal Mechanics is a new method of
examining physical phenomena in using a zero-
dimensional philosophy and associated number
theory. Specifically, Temporal Mechanics uses
the mathematical object description of zero-
dimensionality for time and space, namely time
as a moment and space as a point, such as an
advancement upon standard calculus.
Here with the zero-dimensional number theory,
Temporal Mechanics presents the case of
defining time as time-domains central to our
perception ability of time and space. In other
words, Temporal Mechanics presents the case of
self-evident axioms for time and space, axioms
that are self-evident to our perception ability of
physical phenomena. The thinking here with
Temporal Mechanics is that a temporal-
perception adjusted mathematical model should
derive the known equations and values relevant
to known phenomena, provided that the data
exists to confirm or deny that new axiomatic
base.
As the name suggests, Temporal Mechanics is
the proposed mechanics of time with space.
Here, although time can be observed to contract
and lengthen owing to the relative motion of
bodies, it is derived that the speed of light c is
always a constant velocity where at c time does
not pass. Here, Temporal Mechanics addresses
both concepts of time known to QFT and GR, the
primary universal c time where at c time does
not pass for any location in space, and the
secondary incursions of time due to relative
motion.
Stephen H. Jarvis
Author of Temporal Mechanics
Founder of Xemdir.

APPLICATIONS