|Adapted for the Internet from:
Why God Doesn't Exist
|A sphere is not an
analogy, but the
With or without time,
the universe of relativity is a sphere
Fig. 2 The Emperor's Robe
A. The universe that relativists cannot even imagine
|This universe consists of a static geometric figure that has three physical dimensions: length,
width, and height. What relativists have trouble imagining is a 4-D object, (i.e., a 4th dimension
running perpendicular to the other three). Relativists say that this fourth dimension is time.
1. Is time a dimension?
2. Does the inclusion of time change the shape of a sphere?
3. If it does, is the result a 4-D figure?
|B. The universe relativists explain
|This relativistic universe consists of a dynamic movie: a sphere expanding ‘through’ time
from the Big Bang to the present. A sphere is a solid. It has three physical dimensions:
length, width, and height. Each frame in this relativistic movie shows a 3D sphere. Size
is irrelevant because a larger cube is also a cube and not a hypercube. Clearly, we can
illustrate and see this movie. So, why is it that relativists say that they cannot even
imagine the alleged ‘4D’ (i.e., dynamic) universe they derive from their equations? Could
it be that they confused physical for mathematical dimensions in their dissertation?