***WINCE vs SUSSKIND***

Round One: Variance vs Invariance

In this 43:22 bout, Gavin Wince uses clips from Leonard Susskind’s Lectures on Physics (which are available to view on the Youtube “Stanford University’s Channel”) to investigate basic assumptions made by modern physicists. Wince uses Susskind’s own arguments to examine fundamental assumptions made in modern theories of physics regarding the dimensionality of time to see if there is any room for interpretation.

In the first half of the round, Wince leaves us with this question: “Can we successfully adapt modern physics making it compatible with extra-dimensions of time using the basic Existics equations as they apply to three dimensions of time?”

In this second half of the round, Wince answers the question “Can we successfully adapt modern physics making it compatible with extra-dimensions of time” in the affirmative using the basic Existics equations as they apply to three dimensions of time. He then boldly goes where no known physicist, philosopher, or mathematician (or anyone else Wince has been able to find) has gone before: partial derivative equations for three dimensions of time! Wince then leaves us in anticipation for Round Two where Wince then derives a proper matrix, eigenvalues, and applications for these newly discovered extra-dimensions.