So, if you want to transcend certain ideas of non-increasing dimensions of time, then how do you do so? How do you do it? How do you consider ever higher dimensions of time?
From the perspective of the archaic, time is a very rigid thing, a singular thing, not something to be played with, to be toyed with, to be expanded and liberated, perhaps.
If you wish to rephrase things, though, then you could perhaps solve these restrictive issues, because if the definition of “time” is sufficiently precise in a certain direction, then perhaps this can actually help a lot, when trying to build more robust models of life, of mind, of philosophy, of fun and interesting memories.
For example, if you define “time” more broadly, then seek the edge cases of _that_, then when you use the term “time” more narrowly, perhaps it can give insight into more precise manners of observed behavior, observed phenomena. So, how could “time” be considered more broadly, in such a way that it could be understood hyperdimensionally, in the sense of multiple dimensions of orthogonal time (time at right angles to time, non-interacting, in some sense)?
If a representation of a specific aspect of time is considered as similar to stacked Conway’s Game of Life (the cellular automaton) timesteps of evolution, computation, then hyperdimensional time could be considered time outside these stacked timesteps.
And yet, is this truly orthogonal, in the sense of the possibility of non-interactivity (an example being of different points within a 3-dimensional space that are not up-down, left-right, forward-backward of each other, but a combination)?
Considering time a step backward, though, if you see it as “links” from one place to another, in a sort of “list” being processed (a Lisp, a list processor), then links that connect to different lists could be “branches” of time, and each state, each timestep, could be fully in-and-of-itself, and still, from the perceiver produced by the list, time would be felt as flowing, perhaps.
So, considering time as made of states of space, each wholly self-contained and self-descriptive, with links to other states of space, then this _linking_ could perhaps be seen as a sort of “time”.
And could this be made hyperdimensional? How so? What is “hyper”dimensionality, in this framework, in this sense?
A “dimension” can perhaps be thought of as a certain frame within which things in the _same_ dimension can interact, but things in different dimensions cannot; this may perhaps be related to linked lists, where some lists are inaccessible to others; they exist as different ‘dimensions’, perhaps.
In the sense of hyperdimensional time, then, hyperdimensional “links between lists”, can this framework be made helpful?
In what sense are links separate dimensions? That is, surely there is a way to frame this concept so that it is helpful, so simply wander and do it.