Back in 2005, I developed a model that I called the MDT Theory; mass, distance, and time. This theory could model all the laws of physics with combinations of just three variables; mass, distance and time potential. In essence the model looked at space-time, not from space-time, but for the POV of independent space and time.

The model predicted six possible universe creation scenarios, based on the six combinations of those three variables. I chose the combination sequence of MDT for the title of the theory since this best explained the Big Bang Theory. Once mass appears, from the junction of independent space and independent time, then space-time forms and has capacitance. Then independent distance and time acts on mass, to bring it back home; boom! The problem was the model came out of my head, finished, based on about a dozen inspired digital art diagrams. However, I could not fully explain the three variables in a way others could understand, since it was so unique and unprecedented, even for me.

The way I tried to explain it back then was with a thought experiment based on Special Relativity. As we increase velocity, mass, distance and time change; relativistic mass, distance and time. Since the laws of physics will remain the same in all references, conceptually, all the laws of physics are adjusting, to the reference changes in mass, distance and time. So, I figured we should be able to model all the laws with just those three adjusting variables, which I called mass, distance and time potential.

It was initially well received on a Physics Forum, back when such forums were educational connected and open to new ideas. But I got too too far over my head trying to explain all the details on one of the diagrams; MDT Cube, with its eight apex singularities, where one, two or three variables=0, and the remaining variables are infinite; platform for quantum physics. I think I finally found a simple way back to the model; Heisenberg Certainty Principle.

The new problem is I no longer have a copy of the diagrams, since the forum site where I posted them, used hyperlinks to my web site server, where my diagrams were hosted. Both sites are no longer there. A Google search a few minutes ago found a link to the apex singularities discussion, but it was a dead link. I cleaned out many old files and change computers, since that time, so I must have got rid of my hard copies. The original set is on file at the CopyRight office in Washington, but I am not sure if it may be better to build from scratch, for now. Even the Heisenberg Certainty Principle is hard enough for the bureaucracy of science to swallow.

Science is not just about theory and experiment, it is also about money, careers and livelihood, which require the ship turn very slow, less it capsize. I am more of a jet ski that can turn on a dime.