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THE RELATIVISTIC OBSERVER: Consequences of a Linear Expansion of Spacetime


Communication Dynamics Theory, defined in a companion paper, offers a new approach to understanding Spacetime. In Communication Dynamics Theory, physical reality is assumed to arise from an anisotropic expansion of a one-dimensional communication network. In this paper, we perform a first approximation mathematical transformation of the theory into hyperbolic geometry. The resulting model provides a potential basis for developing insight pertaining to previously poorly understood fundamental constants of physics. As a demonstration, we define a proton, neutron, and electron, demonstrate the emergence of observable space and time, and generate heuristic estimates of Euler’s number, the fine structure constant, and π, as well as geometric descriptions of fundamental forces of nature, occurring as natural consequences of the linear dynamic expansion of Spacetime.