IJSRP, Volume 3, Issue 1, January 2013 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Sir Allan Zade , Dr. K.N.Prasannna Kumar
We study and examine key aspects of Z-Theory. Those are Motion and Transposition. Each aspect has its own relationship with Space and Time (in common understanding). Z-Theory tends to use the notion of Duration instead of Time to separate understanding of Time as a fourth dimension of the Universe and uncomplicated duration of any physical process without any reference to a higher dimension. Difference between space trajectories and out-of-space trajectories (Z-Trajectories) is investigated and explained. Relation between Z-Trajectories and Time-Shift Effect is analyzed and explained using concrete examples. Ipso facto a time-independent system is shown to be the solution of the one in question. This of course is a desideratum with Synecdochal syncretism for all the systems that fall under the categorization that has been enucleated herein below.