This is one way of thinking about the relation time-space; time might be considered a constant value, let’s say “3” or “1”, and an increase of time is not an increase of that value, but an increase in the frequency of that particular value. So as we get older, there is something that happens at an increasing rate. I suggest we “shrink” with age, and that our previous kinetic motion, our outward activity, is translated to potential activity. Contrary to what we usually Think, we do not “dissolve” when we die, but we are condensed back into the source of spatial extension. That source is the density of time.
In the image below, we can understand the circles as 2D surface extensions and the lines as “poles” of those surfaces. So the radii of surfaces decrease as their poles increase. But unlike in the crude graph, each surface has but 1 pole, and its value grows vertically, as if the pole was a tensor with spatial dimension (length). But it is not likely so, because linear “time” cannot be directly observed as “space”. The poles/tensors are to be understood as the “timing” of potential extension. Only as surfaces are these “timings” realized.
The lower left of the graph has some arrows depicted and they go in certain angles. This is where context comes into play and where multiple time lines (poles) align as to generate geometries. That’s about the angles of spin, not about “rotation”, because my poles doesn’t spin. Only as surfaces do they rotate, and they do so around the remains of the pole position. Therefore, velocity is circular while position is not. But I’ll save that for a post on the measurement problem. The point is that with increased density, frequency of time is condensed to a position of lesser space. Run as far as you can with that thought, and you end up in a nonlocal state of eternity where there is no space at all. You get there by merging 2 fundamental units so that their surface extensions goes from an EM-wavelength to the single pulse of a singularity without exterior. That’s a true monopole in my book.
But today let’s keep it to how the growth of “time” equals the increase of polar “frequency”. By that, we also have an increase in density which makes for a paradoxical spacetime evolution where the universe “shrinks” as it grows “older”. So perhaps the acceleration of universal expansion is actually an increase in global density. As we all know, the speed of informational processing increases as density increases, and superconductors are superdense and superfast. One might argue that observation of acceleration is an artifact from informational values gaining speed from global increase in density.
I’m pretty sure that our universe is not expanding but contracting, and objects that are, relative to us, travelling outwards, are doing so to a much lesser extent than data implies. It is probably the frequency of data flow, telling us the object is moving further away, that increases. Not the assumed velocity of the object. All of that is relative truths…
Side note: nevermind the 3,2,1 stuff at the top. It’s another topic and I’m out of paper.