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Bill Eshleman

And that minus-sign that you modern physicists put into my
“precious” Pythagorean-Theorem; I don’t interpret what
happens as the creation of an imaginary axis; I see it as
the creation and/or revelation of another real 3-dimensional
world for so-called “weak-fields”; a world where our copies
see time as the cause of interactions, whereas in this
world we see the opposite…. that interactions are the cause of time. And as the fields get stronger and
stronger, more and more other worlds get created and/or

That the “weak-field” “other-world” could be an (E, p)
world, would be very elegant indeed.

The irony might be that for the “strong-field” we may
be detecting particles that belong in the other-worlds and
not in this world at all.