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Implications for Theories Based on the Minkowski Spacetime

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Many physics theories are based on the Minkowski spacetime, which is considered flat and unchanging, something that creates many difficulties. What are the implications for these theories in view of the fact that, on the basis of Proper Time Adjusted Special Relativity, the Minkowski spacetime is an artefact of the projection of the curved expanding space dimension on a straight x axis? Does this change things, does it make them any easier?