re: Why time is a spatial dimension. VIEW POST

re: We would be on, and for placeholder, plane-0, a plane that morphs, it would change the area around it, in simpler terms: Time is an X-Dimensional p...

Relax man, we are just discussing a topic casually, no need to be too serious about the words (as long as I get your meaning).

One of the things we have to be clear is, is the dimensional plane you mentioned a graph visualization of space-time or the actual space-time. Graph visualization only gives you an idea of how the universe evolves, not to do time travel with it.

Anyway, don't be discouraged by not able to answer something, I try to do the opposite that lets you find the answer later.

Ok, well, the dimensional plane I mentioned was referring to spacetime itself.
Hence "Time-Dimensional".

Mind to upload a drawing of it?

No, I do not mind, though it might be a while since I don't have access to a camera, or readily available (or good) paint software, so sorry if the final thing is low-resolution and bad quality.

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