#### Contemplation

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The integral of a light square would be the distance light can travel over the entire range of speeds from zero to the speed of light. That would have to be the means to be able to convert the time dilation equations into a square that is the furthest distance light could travel in that area.What would that follow from? You haven't explained why this represents any sort of time dilation equation, yet.

"This" what? What are you referring to?

You seem to be saying theequationisn't Lorentz invariant, but that would make no sense. So what are you talking about?

This is your first introduction of the idea of a "light triangle". What are you talking about?

Also, I see that you later introduce the idea of a "light square" as well. What's that?

What theory?

You seem to have started in the middle of something. Why not start at the start? Very little of this means anything to me, for instance.

What is hyperspace? This is the first time you've mentioned it. Why did you think there should be a hyperspace in the first place? What's real space?

We're back to black holes again, now? Okay, I guess.

How are the events saved? What does that even mean?

This is the first mention of closed time loops and eigenstates. I have no idea what "system" you're talking about, either.

What are you talking about?

What's a light square?

What did it work out for in the first place? You seem to have started in the middle of something, again. Start at the beginning.

What are you trying to do? What problem are you trying to solve with all this?

What is doing the insisting?

Are you talking about Wolfram Alpha?

How about we start from the start? Tell us the scenario you're trying to work out the maths for. Then explain why you're trying to get Wolfram Alpha to do that particular integration.

What could mean that? Wolfram Alpha giving you an error message on your integral? Why could it mean that?