Is Time a Singularity and Finite or it has no boundaries ?

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In Euclidean space- time are subspaces if they have the same dimensions and have the same direction. If they have the same vector (v) that maps one to the other which is a property of Playfair’s axiom.

T= (S + v)

Given a point (P) which is parallel to (S). Where (S) is a line being a subspace of one dimension with velocity (v).

Time (T) is a line which is a subspace of its own dimension that equals with (S+ v). It would follow then that the two dimensions meet or are parallel to each other points in the Euclidean plane.

There are 3 directions in space, X, Y and Z and one direction of time.

In Quantum physics time is both horizontal along two points and vertical which is called imaginary time. Time on a horizontal line has a singularity that has an end point. You start from the North Pole and travel around to the South Pole and it ends.

Imaginary time is vertical which has its own singularity a starting point and an ending point.

Time collapses on itself when space loses its kinetic energy. Horizontal time is finite whereas vertical time has no boundaries. It collapses on itself to reemerge in the same state it began with.

T= (S + v).

In December 2017 two astronomers located a super black hole that was 13 billion light years away from earth. Which was part of a quasar that was only 630 million years old. This would make it older than the universe which is generally accepted as 13. 7 billion years old accordingly to the Hubble constant. Therefore, you have a black hole that is older than the universe since it could not have been created in the first seconds after the Big Bang. Time existed before the Big Bang.

Time is parallel with the only difference being is that horizontal time collapses first (chaos and disorder) followed by vertical time (singularity) therefore staying within the Laws of Thermodynamics, the laws of entropy.

Man can only create from what appears not from what does not appear.

The ancient Greek cosmologist Heraclitus, stated that the universe was not created from scratch—which is impossible to due since zero equals zero—but the cosmic. The fire which constitutes it may from time to time contract and expand by moderation.
 
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Therefore, you have a black hole that is older than the universe since it could not have been created in the first seconds after the Big Bang. Time existed before the Big Bang.
Interesting set of theories here, and time is one of those wonky parts of physics that tends to be rather fun to explore, particularly as it relates to relativity and quantum theory. In the case you mentioned above, though, the age in question was discussed at length, and it is critical to remember that our understanding of "how old" the universe is changes as our understanding of the universe improves. Additionally, the universe was young when the first light from what we're seeing began traveling.

Our sister site, Space.com, did an item on this that should help explain a bit: https://www.space.com/39000-oldest-farthest-monster-black-hole-yet.html

As well, The Atlantic covered it: https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2017/12/quasar-black-hole-discovery/547622/
 
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The theories follow Einstein, Feynman and Stephen Hawking and some other physicists. Supported by mathematics and precise observations.

Time being 2 dimensional is easy to explain with a simple analogy. My wife places a sandwich on a plate before me. The sandwich has mass, a symmetry resting in place with no kinetic energy involved. Time here is imaginary the sandwich being in a singularity state. Once I pick up the sandwich (kinetic energy) to eat it then time (velocity) becomes linear and falls along the path of the laws of Entropy. Time here is a reality, linear, having a starting point and an ending point. Where the sandwich occupied space. Time returns to an imaginary state till the next event.

Man can only create from what appears not from what does not appear. My wife created a sandwich from the resources that Creation provided in a logical manner and structure, intelligent design. If the sandwich did not have structure its singularity would be chaotic and would not exist. The universe would be a totally different place we would not be here. Time would still be two dimensional following the laws of physics.
 

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