Totally. Miles convinced me that EVERY velocity is only proportional time. So naturally, if you insist on time being proportional to the speed of light (and those Lorentz transforms do exactly that), they will appear to be rock solid until, like Mink, you insist that time is mutually orthogonal to the other three dimensions and start doing frickin geometry with it. And you think I'm delusional? How about this instead: The rate of rotation of the universe's only spin zero boson is infinite. It has a finite radius. It has a finite rest mass. It decays on the order of a zeptosecond, which I think is considerably faster than it takes light to traverse its own radius. We now have a contender for a process that is faster than a quantum of light can propagate, AND it is the particle that is the foundation of the Standard Model AND it imparts inertia to electrons, quarks, electroweak bosons, neutrinos, AND their antiparticles. Tell me again, how delusional it is to think that Mink spacetime has run out of time. What is delusional is to think that c is still the gold standard of time when we are looking at something much faster. Time is intimately involved with inertia, and we have proof. If your gold standard of time is c, you are thinking just like a 19th century mathematician. Your days as a theoretician using such outmoded concepts are numbered, and they are few.