I was considering that perhaps a 2 time dimension model is not such a grossly negligent approach, but I will see what I can do about that.
I don't want to add a new time dimension, so where does that leave me? I suppose the only thing to do is divide the one we have now into two.
The one we have now is so complex and confusing. What time is it here, there or anywhere often causes struggle. GR and SR are there to save the day for those disciplined enough to understand or brazen enough to claim understanding.
Standard 4D Spacetime can be divided into=T1 and T2 Spacetime
This generates 2 3D spacetimes.
T1 spacetime is universal time. It is a single bodied system of three D space-time flowing at c.
T2 spacetime is "local" time. It is a hyper-plural bodied system imbedded within the T1.
T1 exists eternally while T2 began at the BB "moment".
The flow of T1 only interacts directly with the time dimesion of the T1 continuuim. The flow of the T1 cotinuum represents a constant. The disturbances that generate T2 can be represented as point like reductions in the T1 energy constant. The T1 flow rushes in to fill this "voiding" and its interaction with these disturbances give rise to both gravity and charge.
I will stop here. Please if you see an unanswered response please allow me to reply before I get completely swamped with responses.