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OK I've had a quick look, can you define some things more clearly, like, what kind of metric are you using, how you come to the conclusions with reasonable parameters... I haven't checked these units yet but will do if you can appease that.

 

I suppose in the end, you are a really saying that wormholes are the solution to a model that is both local and nonlocal?

 Go for it and Yes basically, remember dubbel this was the equation I made with polymath, you, and Mordred. This was actually originally based on one of your equations I just expanded it.

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OK I've had a quick look, can you define some things more clearly, like, what kind of metric are you using, how you come to the conclusions with reasonable parameters... I haven't checked these units yet but will do if you can appease that.

I am using a custom metric which is originally Energy - Spin which defines all of this as a blackhole that is spinning rather that the universe is that. Basically that the spin expands against the energy-mass or gravity of the black hole universe. I solve the equation for different parts there are many well defined equation in this and I remember having constructed this equation the parts of it. All that was done is a lot of algebra to fuse many equation together into Energy-space-time but the coordinates are those of 4-D space-time. Mostly this equation shows how different stuff with energy interacts as a Wave-particle. If I did the algebra correctly this equations parts have been experimentally tested to be correct, thus that big equation should work too. I showed how it was derived on the Scienceforum.net thread part of this equation, you can note the equation used in this metric to be some of the most famous in physics.

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I am changing the (dx,dy,dz) parameters to display a special relativistic 4 current, now including the evolution of the state over time and not just in a static point.

Luniverse = (Charge,∇Color,∇flavour,∇gravity  - ∇Dark Energy) ,  ∇' (x,y,z)= d'(x,y,z)∇ ,  d(x,y,z)' = d(x,y,z) (1-(V(x,y,z)^2 /C^2))^1/2 ,  E(x,y,z) = (1/2)MV(x,y,z)^2 

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=(∇'Q%2C+∇'u%2C+∇'F+%2C∇'g++-+∇'D)

 

 

 

This shows the parameters as a function of kinetic energy in a direction or velocity in a direction now, now space properly dilates in the presence of energy at a given time giving a value for L that is special relativistic. The original equation was relativistic however this equation was not.

L'universe = (∇'Charge,∇'Color,∇'flavour,∇'gravity  - ∇'Dark Energy)

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+x(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2)

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+y(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2)

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+z(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2)

The time coordinate can be ignored but I am still doing the A.I. analysis of it anyways, which shows that our analysis of Dark Energy and Gravity are Valid with (C+V, C-V)

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+t+(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2)

This is the proof that the space contraction equation does not interfere with the "Higher Dimensions" such as gravity or dark energy or charge.

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+Q+(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2)

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+g-d+(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2) 

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+q+u+f+(g-d)+(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2)

However this does prove that it takes the dilation effect upon dimension x upon Q or space upon charge that the space is changing however not charge.

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+Q+x+(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2)

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+Q+y+(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2)

https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=∇+Q+z+(1-(V^2+%2FC^2))^(1%2F2)

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