Steinbruch, Yacov Gilberto
August 4, 2019
Since Einstein has proposed that the velocity of light is always constant and time and space vary with velocity, a clear understanding about time and space is still missing. Why should they depend on velocity and why is there a maximum limit for velocities and what causes it to be c? We bring a possible description of time and space, which suggests that space is composed also of imaginary coordinates and that the 3-real dimensions space displaces through them with velocity ci. According to this description, we show that all the questions above are answered as natural consequences of this displacement and in perfect accordance to Einstein’s theory. We also extended this description, considering the possibility that this displacement may be performed with acceleration and, as demonstrated, this implies the existence of a maximum limit for accelerations which, if experimentally detected, will certainly reinforce this entire idea.