Chapter 3 – The Charts of the Dynamic Approach

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The Minkowsky’s chart, as published on my previous post “Past, Present and Future” is a static system as the light speed, the communicating speed, is a world centered on a non-moving
instantaneous Observer.

Now, in order to reach evolving reality we shall  consider the Observer remaining on the very same “space position” on the horizontal (So-S’o), the Space Axis.

However, time flows of course, therefore the Observer has reached the O point coming from -1 and going to +1.

(I disregarded the time period from -1 to O and from O to +1, as it could be a second, an hour, a day, a month or, even, several years)



Let us examine the positions of an Observer staying on the same place (So-S’o axis) but, of course, living on the time axis (to-T0). This means that, as time flows out, he goes from -1 to +1 while the light travels one way at 186,000 per second.









Fig. 2 – The Minkovsky’s world dynamic representation


We now can figure out 12 peculiar areas the Observer has to face each time. I mean that we, as Observers, are as well exposed to the same problems which, per se, will keep changing our own perception of the object, problem or event we look at.


Let us make some observations:


We now face 3 different groups of 4 elements each which will be discussed and analyzed mainly within the NEXT post of mine. However, if there are questions or comments, all of them will be welcomed, even if they risk to be detailed within the very next posts.

· Two ABSOLUTE areas

· An area implied by the system time evolution itself

· An area related to the cultural accumulated experience of the observer


Let me introduce the ABSOLUTE areas of and by the system which are always defined by the position of the Observer (O-1 or O or O+1) within the system:


Fig. 2/1  (L-+1, O+1, l’+1)

The shown PAST area is the ABSOLUTE and INFINITE relative to each “time” positions of the Observer. Despite that past remains infinite, noticeable is that it keeps enlarging and therefore diluting as the Observer gets older. History is located there.





Fig. 2/2  (l-1, O-1, L’-1)

The shown FUTURE area is the ABSOLUTE and INFINITE relative to each “time” positions of the Observer. Despite that FUTURE remains infinite, noticeable is that it keeps shrinking as the Observer gets older. Only most immediate future is really “predictable”.





Fig. 2/3  (L-1,O-1,l-1 or L0,O,l0 or L+1,O+1, l+1)

These areas are called FUTURE with PAST characteristics (FcP). As a matter of fact, any event in this past SPACE area may become available to the Observer in some future time as time goes on. To be aware simultaneously, the light should overpass its own speed.

Noticeable the size of these areas                 remains constant at any time.



Fig. 2/4  (l’-1, O-1, L’+1 or l’0, O, L’0 or l’+1, O+1, L’-1)

These areas are called PAST with FUTURE characteristics (PcF). As a matter of fact, any event in this future SPACE area may already have been available to the Observer in some past time but still will happen. To see the event on time, the light should overpass its own speed.

Noticeable the size of these areas remains constant at any time.


In other words, the Observer may be aware of some events quite earlier IF the signal would be carried out by another system able to surpass the light speed.

As this figures are “flat” for convenience, we should not forget that each main area is turning on itself while implosing (FcP) or explosing (PcF).


It is time now to introduce the several – at the least the main ones – positions of the events we may consider:


Fig. 2/5  (L-1, O-1, l’-1)

Located in the ABSOLUTE past area, I would qualify it as “Historical”: the event is so as details tend to be forgotten. Only the main information remains in our memories as they are becoming a genetic function due to the system’s need of conservatism.





Fig. 2/6  (l+1,O+1, L’+1)

Located in the ABSOLUTE future area, I would qualify it as “intangible”: the event is located too far away from the Observer and from any concerned system.





Fig. 2/7  (l+1, C, L+1)

This  a FUTURE with PAST (FcP) characteristics which, in a theoretical perfect situation, is an endogenous spiral, the system tending to bring into the apex of the spiral former events, alike genetics memory.




Fig. 2/8 (L’+1, C’, l’+1)

This is a PAST with future characteristics (PcF) which, in a theoretical perfect situation, is an exogenous spiral, the system tending to bring into the basis of the spiral present events, alike small human actions ending into disasters.




All above being settled, let us consider four more events which are directly linked to our cumulated cultural knowledge and/or beliefs.


Fig. 2/9  (O, E, O-1,  A)

This area is located into the ABSOLUTE FUTURE of O-1 and into the ABSOLUTE PAST of O and O+1. Any event taking place into this area is ignored by the Observer when in O-1 but has been realized when in O.




Fig. 2/10  (O,B, O+1, D)

This area is located into the ABSOLUTE PAST of O+1 and into the ABSOLUTE FUTURE of O. Any event taking place into this area is ignored by the Observer when in O but has been realized when in O+1. Any “realized” projects responds to this.






Fig. 2/11  (O, A, C, B)

This area is an ABSOLUTE FUTURE for -1 while is a FUTURE with PAST characteristics (FcP) for O and becomes an ABSOLUTE PAST for +1.





Fig. 2/12  (O, D, C’, E)

This area is an ABSOLUTE FUTURE for -1 while is a PAST with FUTURE (PcF) characteristics for O and becomes an ABSOLUTE PAST for +1.




We shall revert to those in the forwarding pages as we initiate the study on economics and the related dynamics.

On the main graph (Fig. 2) , the very first one, there is a segment, unexisting in -1, still unexisting in O but which clearly appears in +1. This segment (C – C’) is one of the most important element highlighted by the chart: it shows how acquired knowledge supports each area.

We shall have the opportunity, when reverting on it, to thoroughly analyze it.

I expect to publish next post: Knowledge and Knowledgeable next week. Most probably on Friday. In the meantime, I repeat any question is welcomed.

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