For Needle B -120 mm = 1L; 60mm = 1E; 5mm = 1B

For Needle R- 60mm = 1B, 1mm = 1R

For Needle P- 60 mm = 1R ; 1mm = 1P.  

           

NOTE: - 11

Speed (velocity) of the Earth’s Rotation about itself and in Orbit about the    Sun may be taken as constant. As such time can be eliminated leaving only DISTANCE travelled in Km  (But on the contrary could it be possible, to eliminate “Time”, a figment of our imagination which does not exist?).

 

SPACE

Also when we talk  about SPACE we talk about it in the

three Dimensional X,Y,Z co-ordinate system, that is, see

Figure 24 * the Length- Breadth and Height or we may

even talk of curved space. Whatever these DISTANCES

are, after all they are only DISTANCES. Even if Space is

measured and expressed according to the curved SPACE

THEORY, still this would mean it can be reduced to just

being a DISTANCE (Of course, Directions would remain).

As such, DISTANCES replaces SPACE. Therefore, as a

result, both TIME and SPACE are in reality only DISTANCE -

as TIME and SPACE do not exist.**

 

 

Note 11-B

* This is a right angle i.e. 90 degrees to one another X,Y,Z

co-ordinate system. There could also be other angles (even

angles are distances) instead of 90 degrees and these would

also give us  innumerable  dimensional systems. Also  as we

can see in Figure 24-B if X, Y and Z axis’s are rotated each

in turn through an angle of 360 degrees we would get

innumerable other dimensional systems. As such we cannot

limit ourselves to just four or five dimensions. Anyway

however many dimension there may be they would all be

reducible to a distance.

 


** Therefore, we have distances with directions all around us, as there is no such thing as Space. As such we also occupy distances having directions within us.

 

 









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