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Point in the Lorentzian space-time is a sphere in the Euclidean Reality

Let consider the following case:

Three particles moving with different velocities are hitting the probe positioned in the point x0t0 of the observer's frame.

In the Lorentzian reality position of the probe can be described with one point x0t0
The world lines of bodies hiting the probe are intersecting each other in the point x0t0
Different angles of worldlines correspond to different velocities. The angles of the worldlines must be within the range +/- 450(in this picture)
In the New Euclidean Reality (FER - Four-dimensional Euclidean Reality) the position of the probe is represented by the sphere (in the picture it's the circle) with radius x0 and center in the point t0 on the time axis of the observer becuse:
  • the x-axis has to be chosen individually (is different) for each of the observed bodies - namely it is perpendicular to the trajectory of currently observed object
  • The trajectories can be inclined by any angle to the time axis (the trajectory) of the observer
In the FER, the representation of the point x0t0 is a sphere with radius x0 and origin in point t0 on the observer's trajectory. All points on this sphere correspond to one and the same moment of time t, and for particle moving from one point of the sphere to another, the flow of time is equal to zero.

The sphere in the FER is a representation of the point in the xt spacetime, because for the observation of each of the bodies, a different direction in the FER has to be chosen as the space dimension.

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