Quantum Dynamics of Time and Space

-The universe is programmed with temporal and spatial densities-

What is space?
What is time?

The Chinese character for “universe (宇宙)” can be broken down into the two words “woo (宇)” meaning space, and “chu (宙)” meaning time.
The word for “universe” is said to have been created many years ago in ancient China.
One must wonder how, when, and who in ancient China discovered that the universe is made up of space and time, and thus came up with a word with such a profound meaning?

To think about space and time is to contemplate the infinite.

The universe is said to be expanding faster than the speed of light.
Space is in a state of infinite expansion.

Time is infinitely contracting at a high concentration to the point of zero.

When energy density increases, time has another infinite characteristic, it “slows down."

The infinity of the two polarities of space and time can be thought of as a diffusion and concentration of quantum energy density.

Space contracts and time slows down as it approaches the speed of light.
As matter approaches the speed of light, its mass (gravitational energy) increases.

Energy is affected by gravity,
and photons are connected by temporal density,
spacial density,
and gravity
through energy density.

With regards to infinite aggregation and diffusion,
the quantum theory of temporal energy and spatial energy involves the analysis of the relationship between time, space, gravity, and photons in terms of energy density.