## Time Comes Into Being if Two Different Three-Dimensional Spaces Meet

**Authors:** Tamas Lajtner

Time comes into being if two different three-dimensional spaces meet. This is the definition of time in the space-matter theory. Two different three-dimensional spaces exist if their elements have actions at different scales. The actions have their minimum and maximum values in the given dimensions which cannot be changed without loosing the given dimension. Space can be converted into matter and matter can be converted into space, but space and matter have two different ranges of actions. Time is the meeting point of space and matter.
The space-matter model allows us to find the common root of space, matter and time. In space-matter model matter causes space waves. Solely through the use of space waves, we can express spatial distance, time and energy. It is possible to express all these phenomena in eVolt, so meter can be converted into second or into kg and vice versa.

**Comments:** 13 Pages. New definition of time. New axiom of physics.

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[v1] 2016-07-05 12:44:56

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