Q: (A) Well, in a well devised Unified Field Theory, there is a place for something we may call 'graviton,' and this
something comes from, or has a similar source to an electron, but within a time vacuum. At that point I started to think of
time as a kind of field - like other fields. This field has something to do with this fifth dimension. I have a hypothesis about
how one can have time coming from a fifth dimension, and what a time vacuum means. This means that, where there is a
time vacuum, there is no time.
A: Yes.
Q: (A) Okay, now, this is one thing. At some other point we were speaking about pentagons and hexagons and I tried to
be tricky and when it came to pentagons, I wrote a mathematical formula, a symbol for a pentagon, and then there was
the question of signs. We needed five signs. I asked you whether there should be four pluses and one minus, or 3 pluses
and two minus. The answer was that there should be 3 pluses and two minuses in a pentagon. Now, what about a
hexagon? What should I put in a hexagon? Three pluses and three minuses, or four pluses and two minuses?
A: Four and two.
Q: (A) That is what I hoped for, however, I see a certain discrepancy between this pentagon, because if I start from five
dimensions, and I try to build something such as a time field from one plus and one minus, I use one dimension, which is
like a light dimension in this five dimensional space, then I end up with two pluses and one minus, which has nothing to do
with anything that we know in physics. For me there is a contradiction between three pluses and two minuses and the fact
that I need to build time as an extra field. What to do? I don't know. What should I do?
A: When we said "spring forth" from 5th dimension, what interesting possibilities does this pose?
Q: (A) You get what we may call a time form and this time form is sometimes like any other physical field. So, of course
the different possibilities that I can mathematically model: time form, time vacuum, different times, time loops, and other
things. These are interesting possibilities that I have, provided I use something similar to Kaluza-Klein. Did I miss
something?
A: It is not that you miss something; it is merely that you have not yet found the something.
Q: (A) What is this something?
A: Tetrahedron.