NAVIGATION

SOCIAL

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

XEMDIR

THE THEORY
TEMPORAL MECHANICS:
ZERO-DIMENSIONAL LOGIC
Temporal Mechanics is a new proposed way 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.
Here with the mathematics of zero-dimensionality and the associated derived time-equation, 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 the right initial 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, presumably 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. By
comparison, Albert Einstein’s Special and General theories of relativity merely described the idea of time as relative temporal incursions between non-zero
inertial mass bodies. Here, Temporal Mechanics addresses both concepts of time, 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.
The demonstration here by Temporal Mechanics is that the ultimate physics equation can explain the relationship between time and space if and only if that
equation can derive all the known fundamental features of physical phenomena, namely the particles, their field effects, and their relative metrics, in bridging
the large-scale with the small-scale, forming a link between gravity and EM, fundamentally explaining the relationship between mass and energy.
In setting the foundation therefore, Temporal Mechanics proposes the idea of taking our perception ability of time and mathematizing such with a time-
equation, and then applying that equation to a spatial dimension to thence derive 3d space. To do this though, of course Einsteinian time needs closer
examination, together with addressing the photon model of light, by which certain issues with the design of relativity theory and quantum mechanics need to
be uncovered and discussed as being the cause of the problem central to the disparity between gravity and quantum mechanics.
The current 56 paper list of Temporal Mechanics form an 8 volumes reference library according to the following themes of paper compilation:
Volume 1: (papers 1-7)
Hypothesis:
The time-equation proposal and associated process of equation data matching.
Volume 2: (papers 8-14)
Adaptation:
A new mathematical time-equation formulation and associated process of equation data matching.
Volume 3: (papers 15-21)
Development:
The development of a dual time approach for EM and G as the Hybrid time-theory by deriving time to have different subsidiary equations for EM and G.
Volume 4: (papers 22-28)
Derivation:
The interlinking mathematics of the hybrid time theory with associated atomic and subatomic data and equations.
Volume 5: (papers 29-35)
Range:
Determining what the microscopic and macroscopic limits are and why for the time-equation theory, presenting a basic scheme for time-equation cosmology.
Volume 6: (papers 36-42)
Refinement:
A process of deriving the known and more refined subatomic and elementary particle values and associated field force equations and data.
Volume 7: (papers 43-49)
Zero-dimensionality:
Establishing the common underlying mathematics of physical phenomena and associated field force effects, particularly the basis for inertia and gravitational freefall.
Volume 8: (papers 50-56)
Applications:
Identifying the practical basis of Temporal Mechanics through demonstrable proof of new mechanisms describing the underlying features of physical phenomena not
currently understood by standard mathematical or physical theories.
Temporal Mechanics describes the idea of hypothetical time-points in space as per the zero-dimensional mathematical theorem in forming a general
timespace tapestry leading to the derivation of all the fundamental equations and associated principles of physical phenomena.
Future work therefore is now focussing on demonstrating the zero-dimensional mathematical theorem by way of identifying those new mathematical
equations and how that can be demonstrated with new experiment findings.
Stephen H. Jarvis
Author of Temporal Mechanics
Founder of Xemdir.

The theoretic content of Temporal Mechanics (56 papers, Volumes 1-8) is held in the context of the Xemdir
publishing division Equus Aerospace Pty Ltd.
If you would like to become involved with the Temporal Mechanics research and development work of
Xemdir or would like to invite Xemdir into your own research and development structure, please
correspond in proposing your interest.

APPLICATIONS
(TECHNOLOGICAL AND MATHEMATICAL)

Paper 53:
The zero-dimensional physical theory (IV):
zero-point field dynamics (proposed technological
applications)

Paper 55:
The zero-dimensional physical theory (VI):
charting the Clay Mathematics Institute Millennium
Prize problems and Beal conjecture (proposed solutions
to the CMI Millennium Prize problems)

NAVIGATION

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

SOCIAL

THE THEORY
TEMPORAL MECHANICS:
ZERO-DIMENSIONAL LOGIC
Temporal Mechanics is a new proposed way 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.
Here with the mathematics of zero-
dimensionality and the associated derived time-
equation, 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 the right initial
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, presumably
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. By comparison, Albert
Einstein’s Special and General theories of
relativity merely described the idea of time as
relative temporal incursions between non-zero
inertial mass bodies. Here, Temporal Mechanics
addresses both concepts of time, 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.
The demonstration here by Temporal Mechanics
is that the ultimate physics equation can explain
the relationship between time and space if and
only if that equation can derive all the known
fundamental features of physical phenomena,
namely the particles, their field effects, and their
relative metrics, in bridging the large-scale with
the small-scale, forming a link between gravity
and EM, fundamentally explaining the
relationship between mass and energy.
In setting the foundation therefore, Temporal
Mechanics proposes the idea of taking our
perception ability of time and mathematizing
such with a time-equation, and then applying
that equation to a spatial dimension to thence
derive 3d space. To do this though, of course
Einsteinian time needs closer examination,
together with addressing the photon model of
light, by which certain issues with the design of
relativity theory and quantum mechanics need
to be uncovered and discussed as being the
cause of the problem central to the disparity
between gravity and quantum mechanics.
The current 56 paper list of Temporal Mechanics
form an 8 volumes reference library according to
the following themes of paper compilation:
Volume 1: (papers 1-7)
Hypothesis:
The time-equation proposal and associated process
of equation data matching.
Volume 2: (papers 8-14)
Adaptation:
A new mathematical time-equation formulation
and associated process of equation data matching.
Volume 3: (papers 15-21)
Development:
The development of a dual time approach for EM
and G as the Hybrid time-theory by deriving time to
have different subsidiary equations for EM and G.
Volume 4: (papers 22-28)
Derivation:
The interlinking mathematics of the hybrid time
theory with associated atomic and subatomic data
and equations.
Volume 5: (papers 29-35)
Range:
Determining what the microscopic and
macroscopic limits are and why for the time-
equation theory, presenting a basic scheme for
time-equation cosmology.
Volume 6: (papers 36-42)
Refinement:
A process of deriving the known and more refined
subatomic and elementary particle values and
associated field force equations and data.
Volume 7: (papers 43-49)
Zero-dimensionality:
Establishing the common underlying mathematics
of physical phenomena and associated field force
effects, particularly the basis for inertia and
gravitational freefall.
Volume 8: (papers 50-56)
Applications:
Identifying the practical basis of Temporal
Mechanics through demonstrable proof of new
mechanisms describing the underlying features of
physical phenomena not currently understood by
standard mathematical or physical theories.
Temporal Mechanics describes the idea of
hypothetical time-points in space as per the
zero-dimensional mathematical theorem in
forming a general timespace tapestry leading to
the derivation of all the fundamental equations
and associated principles of physical
phenomena.
Future work therefore is now focussing on
demonstrating the zero-dimensional
mathematical theorem by way of identifying
those new mathematical equations and how
that can be demonstrated with new experiment
findings.
Stephen H. Jarvis
Author of Temporal Mechanics
Founder of Xemdir.

The theoretic content of Temporal
Mechanics (56 papers, Volumes 1-8) is held
in the context of the Xemdir publishing
division Equus Aerospace Pty Ltd.
If you would like to become involved with
the Temporal Mechanics research and
development work of Xemdir or would like
to invite Xemdir into your own research and
development structure, please correspond
in proposing your interest.