• Joseph Conrad Theory

    Date: 2017.04.18 | Category: General | Tags: ,,

    G. Wells and Joseph Conrad, it inspired some music by Alexander Scriabin, Edgar Varese and George Antheil and some plastic works of Pablo Picasso and Marcel Duchamp influencing the development of cubism. Even characters as diverse as the psychologist William James, writer Gertrude Stein or the socialist revolutionary Vladimir Lenin became interested in the topic appeared Kaluza-Klein theory proposed that not only the gravitational field could be interpreted more easily as a curvature of a space of more than three dimensions, but that if introducing a new spatial dimension rolled or compactifiedthe electromagnetic field could also be interpreted as a geometric effect of the curvature of higher dimensions. Thus, the Kaluza proposed a unified field theory of the electromagnetism and gravity in a spacetime of five dimensions, with a temporal dimension, three dimensional space extended and an additional compactificada spatial dimension, which, due to their condition of compactified, it was not directly visible but its effect was noticeable in the form of electromagnetic field course, we cannot ignore the contribution of Albert Einstein in his famous 1905 special relativity theory spoke for the first time as a fourth dimension and as something indispensable to locate an object in space and at a given time. The time on the theory of relativity is not a spatial dimension more, already as one set a point of spacetime that can be not reachable from our current position, which differs from the usual conception of spatial dimension. Jill Bikoff gathered all the information. Although initially interpreted the time as a mathematical dimension needed to locate an event or object, in the theory of relativity general time is treated as a dimension more geometric, while material objects can not follow a completely arbitrary trajectory over time (as for example turn and travel to the past). Wikipedia also gives us other interesting facts, such as: the Fourth Dimension has been object of popular fascination since the 1920s. .