This instructable is a quick exercise to get you started in the business of universe construction.
- time (s)
- space (m)
Step 1: Define Space-Time
First you will need to define the relationship between space and time with one simple equation:
time cubed (s^3) = space to the fourth power (m^4)
Now combine your time and your space according to the relationship defined in the equation.
Why is this relationship important?
If you ignore our equation and combine time and space as equal to one another (s = m), your space-time just sits there.
If you combine time and space in accordance with our equation, your space-time is not stagnant but flowing at a constant rate.
This natural flow is the quality which will allow you to construct all the components required to create a successful universe.
Step 2: Begin Construction
We observe a relative mass in our universe as a volume of space (m^3) at a point in time (s):
m^3 / s
Warp a portion of your space-time according to the ratio above to create mass in your universe.
A vital quality of your space-time is that, despite your tinkering, the relationship between time and space cannot be altered.
Our equation from step one is upheld with a temporal effect to balance the changes made in relative space:
If s^3 = m^4 then m^3 / s = s^2 / m.
What is s^2 / m? There you have the temporal effect gravity, a force upon what some physicists refer to as the ‘fabric of time’ at a point in space by a relative mass.