First, some background from FORBES SCIENCE and MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW:
Could Our Universe Be 2-Dimensional? Black Holes Offer A Clue
Life could exist in a 2D universe (according to physics, anyway)
I am looking at holographic models where the universe is emerging from light, and it hews to light’s speed.
Light’s speed can be envisioned as a 2D boundary—a “width” of time that we hew to. Perhaps the speed of light is the “background” against we exist.
It is the “dome” that separates the light above light’s speed from the light below it.
Though it may be expressed mathematically as 2D, what we see is a composite image that has both foreground and background.
I present to you as inertial. But if the background against which I exist is condensing, I am exploding (Parkinson’s?).
I present to you as inertial. But if the background against which I exist is exploding, I am condensing (ALS?).
What if only at the speed of light is the background against which I exist inertial? Above the speed of light, if I perceive an expanding, electric force (manganese), I will apply a condensing, magnetic force (iron).
Beneath the speed of light, if I perceive a condensing, magnetic force (iron), I will apply an expanding, electric force (manganese).
What if we do not exist in a vacuum; we exist in time. In these models, time is an electromagnetic field. It’s an inertial field—but it’s a *net* inertia. Time is exploding and condensing in equal measure; it’s a balanced equation. But if we read our environment wrong, we will balance the equation incorrectly.