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时间和空间的性质及其维数

Author:

Yuhua, Fu

Category:

Research Papers

Sub-Category:

Unification Theories

Language:

Chinese

Date Published:

June 24, 2015

Downloads:

189

Keywords:

绝对时间,相对时间,绝对空间,相对空间,分形理论,变维分形,复杂时间,复杂空间

Abstract:

根据唯物辩证法,时间和空间都具有两重性,即绝对性和相对性。没有绝对时间和绝对空间,相对时间和相对空间也就不存在,反之亦然。但是,它们的地位又是不平等的。绝对时间和绝对空间更重要,因为它们分别是相对时间和相对空间的参照系。另外,绝对空间是平直的,而相对空间可以是平直的也可以是弯曲的。至于时间和空间的维数,是一个极为复杂的问题,需要讨论的是复杂时间和复杂空间。绝对空间是三维的,绝对时间是一维的(由三维绝对时间形成的)。对于相对空间,可以有多维空间、分数维空间、复数维空间、变维空间。对于相对时间,可以有与相对空间相对应的多维时间、分数维时间、复数维时间、变维时间。换句话说,空间与时间的关系是一一对应关系。

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