Bagadi, R. (2017). Positive & Negative Time Scaling. PHILICA.COM Observation number 163.
Positive & Negative Time Scaling

Ramesh Chandra Bagadiunconfirmed user (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)

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Positive & Negative Time Scaling.

Ramesh Chandra Bagadi
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One can note that using author’s ‘Universal Evolution Model Based On The Theory Of Natural Metric For Functions’ [1] and especially author’s ‘Theory Of Natural Metric’, we can construct the Electro-Magneto-Gravitic Fields Set Function of a Gravitational Time Dilation Potential Well such that the Evolution of this Set Function conforms along that ordered by the theory of Natural Metric. For Positive Time Scaling, we go along the one Step Evolutions traverse and for Negative Time Scaling we traverse along One Step Devolution’s traverse of the Set Function of concern. Furthermore, the Set has to be Normalized to let it take values along the traverse characterized by the Natural Metric Function of the Time Recursion Scheme. We can plausibly consider this investigation in the units where the velocity of light ‘c’ is taken to be unity.


1. Universal Evolution Model Based On Theory Of Natural Metric For Functions {Version –I}

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