Within this thread I am going to discuss how to M-cubic meter time, hence the name change to T-cubic meters. There are several reasons why this needs to be done in order to understand the universe as a whole, and our own physical reality. Yet, I am not going to go into to much detail regarding what can be learned by T-cubic metering... simply because if you are working with M-formula at all, you already understand the wonderful adventure this formula creates. Yet if you do this you are going to a whole other dimension that has been right before your eyes your entire life.
As I have done in the past, I am only going to give instructions on how to start, the rest is completely up to you. I am going to give these directions within a two-dimensional format, that you will then need to change to three-dimensions. I am also going to be overly simplistic, so anyone who wishes to cubic meter time can do so. What is very interesting is the concept of time three-dimensionally, when we normally speak of time as the fourth dimension. If you underlay the T-cubic meters, with your numbered m-cubic meters of space, you then have a continuum the likes of which you may have never seen, or even contemplated before. When used as a tool, as a coordinated system, T-cubic meters equals the X, numbered m-cubic/meter(s) equals the Y, and any object within these cubic meters will equal the Z. For more information on that, you will need to do the work yourself.
How To Cubic Meter Time.
On a piece of paper draw a homogeneous box, meaning that all the sides are the same. Then on the left line of your box, draw a circle half in the box half outside the box, and make sure your circle is only half the height of your box. In the middle of your circle and on the left line of your box draw a dot. To the right of your dot you will need to draw twenty-four lines evenly spaced from the left line of your box all the way to the right line of your box. You are done.
I understand this seems rather simple... because we live in a space age, it truly is this simple.
When you use accurate measurements and within a three-dimensional construct, the box represents one full day. The circle represents the Earth, the dot represents any place on the Earth, and each equally spaced line equals one hour.
As we all know the Earth rotates on its axis as it glides around the Sun. So the box works two fold. One, it works as the distance calculator as the Earth does its' ecliptic around the Sun, and two, it works as an end to a "day" from any given point on the planet... As our planet goes through a full cycle, both, from any location on the Earth, and the distance the Earth travels in a "twenty-four hour" period throughout the solar system ...and indeed the Universe... is how time can be cubic metered.
The equally spaced lines, from left to right, become the t-cubic meters with regards to hours which can then be t-cubic metered to any time dimension(s) you wish to search for. When you put it all together you now have a way to measure time that is more accurate then an Atomic clock, and without all the limitations Atomic Clocks suffer from. (You know gravity (or the lack thereof) and velocity, etc etc...) There is so much I would like to share regarding T-cubic metering, so I think I will stop after the next sentence.
If you m-cubic meter space, then t-cubic meter time and bring them together, harmoniously, each working in conjunction, yet separately, everything you think you know... well, you can figure that out on your own.
Enjoy the ride...
PS. Grab a box, any empty box will do. Put a dot on the inside of your box, then directly opposite the first dot put a second. Now bring those dots together. Then do the math regarding the "effects" this has on that m-cubic and all the M/T-cubic meters inside and outside the M-cubic (your box). Once again, enjoy the ride.