Authors: Akindele (Adekugbe) Joseph
Three stages of evolutions of spacetime/intrinsic spacetime and mass/intrinsic mass in a universe are isolated. The ab initio absolutely immaterial state of a universe with flat 'four-dimensional' absolute-absolute spacetime containing absolute-absolute rest mass and its underlying flat 'two-dimensional' absolute-absolute intrinsic-intrinsic spacetime containing absolute-absolute intrinsic-intrinsic rest mass, evolved into an intermediate absolute material state with flat 'four-dimensional' absolute spacetime containing absolute rest mass and its underlying flat 'two-dimensional' absolute intrinsic spacetime containing absolute intrinsic rest mass, at the first stage; followed by evolution into yet an intermediate relative material state with flat four-dimensional proper spacetime containing rest mass and its underlying flat two-dimensional proper intrinsic spacetime containing intrinsic rest mass, at the second stage. These are then followed by evolution into a final relative material state with flat four-dimensional relativistic spacetime containing relativistic (or inertial) mass and its underlying flat two-dimensional relativistic intrinsic spacetime containing relativistic intrinsic mass (or intrinsic inertial mass), at the third (and final) stage. The three stages commenced and progress simultaneously and are still on-going in every universe at present. The second and third stages of evolutions of spacetime/intrinsic spacetime and mass/intrinsic mass in a universe, correspond to the first and second stages in a gravitational field, already developed in the previous papers. The associated hierarchies of spacetimes and masses (comprising of three layers of space-time-mass) in every universe is highlighted.
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[v1] 6 Oct 2011
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