posted on Feb, 7 2019 @ 07:02 PM
a reply to: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
Einstein, did not say the speed of light is constant, so that means it varies at best. He also postulates speed is therefore a relative concept we
call in general terms "Relativism". Relativism simply means that there is no bases of truth of the speed of light based on any "Absolute" true
measurement of lights speed.
God knows all and sees all even before it happens which means he is the absolute by which we must base the speed of light. It cannot be measured by
man except when we can put a measurement on God himself. So in the Bible God is said to be, as marked above, is from everlasting to everlasting. Can
we put a measurement of that into our calculations? Unfortunately not at this time. But he did give us a time measurement (i.e. a quantitative) in
this case he separate Light and Dark and called them Day and Night each a half of a complete cycle known as a day. That only time measurement God
gave us we call the 24/7 time period. 24 hour days (though not a complete 24 hours) and a 7 day period we call a week. And when months were added
later by God was not recorded until Moses wrote down the original history in the first five books of the Bible. God knowing the 24 was not a true 24
gave to the nation of Israel to add one month every seven years. Back then a month was not based on solar day but on Lunar day that God called a
night and a day, which were 28 day months.
What does this have to do with the speed of light? the only measurement given us by God by which we could understand any speed by. The distance
between one point and another point, the night being one point and the day being another. Then we applied that to how long it takes to travel from
one point and another by foot, then horses, then locomotive vehicles like the vehicles we have today. We now have vehicles that travel at a speeds
above 17,000 mph, miles per hour is based on horse power time measurements.
So when a vehicle can travel at 1 light year, it is a measurement that light takes to go from one point to another, but no one is actually sure of the
speed of light, the consensus is 186,282 thousand miles per second. So if a vehicle travels one year at light speed whatever that distance is, it
travels it at one year earth time. No matter where you are, on the vehicle doing light speed, on the earth, on the moon, or on Alpha Centauri, it is
all the same one earth year.
Einstein did not believe that 186,282 was the only speed traveled at. So we still don't have an accurate time for Light to travel from one place to
another. Even computer measurements are only making estimation because the instrumentation are not fast enough to get an accurate reading.
Instruments are fast calculators compared to man's abilities but they are still slow compared to light. But different light travels different speeds
So until we get an absolute by which we can measure it by the speed of light is still an unknown and Albert knew this in his day.