6D (SO 3,3) mathematics is a new type of mathematics developed by a small and talented team of scientists, engineers and technologists at TAGDit headed by its founder, Jode Himann. In its most simplistic terms, 6D mathematics extends Einstein’s famous 4D spacetime mathematics consisting of three spatial dimensions and one time dimension, by adding two additional dimensions of time to it, resulting in a 6D spacetime with three space dimensions and three time dimensions. The mathematics could be a basis for a physical Theory of Everything (ToE). That is, a physical theory that can explain the entire universe, from the tiniest subatomic scale to the largest scale of galaxies, and from the living world to the nonliving one. It has been proven to be a better alternative to string theory’s 10D as 6D is another possible mathematical stable dimension for Nature and both the cosmological Universe, and also the small subatomic high energy quantum Universe.
The beauty of a theory lay in its ability to explain vastly different natural phenomena. 6D theory has proven to have an explanatory breadth rarely seen in physical science and its predictive power is the same as 4D but seems to offer more testable predictions. It explains unexplained or poorly explained phenomena across vast scales of space and time, and in diverse areas of science. It has many important applications in cosmology, relativity, quantum mechanics, high energy particle physics, quantum gravity, computer graphics, healthcare, GIS, information systems, data analytics, AI, stock market analysis, politics, social science, human psychometrics, biology, neuroscience and many other fields we have not even begun to explore.
re heat up indefinitely? Below is data from an experiment we performed with the XCANLED. We put the light in a cardboard box and filled the box with paper – for insulation. We tried to simulate vacuum operation with the setup by eliminating/minimizing convective heat transfer. We turned the light on for 20 minutes and recorded the temperature of the light’s housing in the middle of the cylindrical section of the housing. We also watched the cooling of the light after we turned the light off in order to get an idea of how well the box was insulated. It looks like the housing temperature increased by about one degree F. per minute. What is the maximum temperature for the surface of the housing for the Xcanled? It appears as if the box was adequately insulated. During the first 20 minutes of cooling the temperature of the housing decreased by less than two degrees F.