Relativity and the Topology of a Virtual (Black-Hole) Universe

In this essay I describe a geometrical model of a virtual universe that is expanding in integer steps (the universe clock-rate). In dimensional terms this expansion occurs at the speed of light in Planck unit increments. This essay is an extract from the chapter on Time in the book Plato’s Cave
Keywords Black-hole Universe  Relativity  virtual universe  dimensionless universe  hypersphere universe
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