timelike

Timelikeness vs Timelike - What's the difference?

timelikeness | timelike | Derived terms |

Timelikeness is a derived term of timelike.


As a noun timelikeness

is the quality of being timelike.

As an adjective timelike is

(mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm.

Cause vs Timelike - What's the difference?

cause | timelike |


As a noun cause

is the source of, or reason for, an event or action; that which produces or effects a result.

As a verb cause

is to set off an event or action.

As an adjective timelike is

(mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm.

Information vs Timelike - What's the difference?

information | timelike |


As a noun information

is things that are or can be known about a given topic; communicable knowledge of something.

As an adjective timelike is

(mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm.

Positive vs Timelike - What's the difference?

positive | timelike |


In context|physics|lang=en terms the difference between positive and timelike

is that positive is (physics) having more protons than electrons while timelike is (physics) (of the interval between two events in spacetime ) having overlapping light cones, so that information can pass from one to the other, and one can be envisaged as a cause of the other.

As adjectives the difference between positive and timelike

is that positive is (legal) formally laid down while timelike is (mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm.

As a noun positive

is a thing capable of being affirmed; something real or actual.

Spacetime vs Timelike - What's the difference?

spacetime | timelike |


In context|physics|lang=en terms the difference between spacetime and timelike

is that spacetime is (physics) an n''-dimensional continuum consisting of dimensions of both space & time normally spacetime is considered as having 4 dimensions (''x'', ''y'', ''z'', ''t ), but higher-dimensional spacetimes are often encountered in theoretical physics, eg the 5-dimensional spacetime of kaluza-klein theory or the 11 dimensions of spacetime in m-theory while timelike is (physics) (of the interval between two events in spacetime ) having overlapping light cones, so that information can pass from one to the other, and one can be envisaged as a cause of the other.

As a noun spacetime

is (uncountable|physics) the four-dimensional continuum of the three spatial dimensions plus time.

As an adjective timelike is

(mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm.

Point vs Timelike - What's the difference?

point | timelike |


As a noun point

is a discrete division of something.

As a verb point

is to extend the index finger in the direction of something in order to show where it is or to draw attention to it.

As an adjective timelike is

(mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm.

Timelike vs Spacelike - What's the difference?

timelike | spacelike |

Spacelike is a see also of timelike.

Timelike is a see also of spacelike.


As adjectives the difference between timelike and spacelike

is that timelike is (mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm while spacelike is having the properties of space.

What is the difference between timelike and time?

timelike | time | Derived terms |

Timelike is a derived term of time.


As a adjective timelike

is (mathematics|physics) of a four-vector in representing a point in spacetime, having a positive four-vector norm.

As a interjection time is

(tennis) reminder by the umpire for the players to continue playing after their pause.

As a noun time is

(uncountable) the inevitable progression into the future with the passing of present events into the past.

As a verb time is

to measure seconds, hours etc passed, especially using a clock of some kind.

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