posted on Sep, 8 2008 @ 08:13 PM
I have a little whackamole theory that I've been futzing with for more than 15 years..... the math isn't quite tweaked to even suggest a
"proof".. but I'll share the crux of it with you. Hey, maybe someone else will take it and whip it into something that makes a difference.
Maybe, on the other hand, it means nothing at all.
I started out wondering why light doesn't have an acceleration period. This, in itself, is not a new or original thought. Light manifests itself
at "c" -- lightspeed -- right out of the starting gates.
I wonder......... how I wonder..... I wonder if lightspeed can be a gradually increasing variable, starting out at T (time) =0 as 0+1 and increasing
velocity throughout the continuum to our present day measurement. IF, and it's a BIG if, IF that is true, it would indicate such a minimally small
increase in velocity as to be hardly measurable within our lifetimes. Yeah, right, I hear you...... yet another pet theory that requires a distant
point of X,Y,Z,T to measure. I have the same angst, believe me. Also........ and I'm not positive about this, but..... if this works out to be
scientifically validated, I kinda think it will subtly alter the Hubble Constant. I'm not nearly so vain as to think that my silly ponderings are
even in the realm of Mr. Edwin.... so that's a major drawback. Also, it kinda futzes with Special Relativity and I would never in my wildest
imaginings be able to even sit down and talk with the Master intelligently, let alone tack onto his works.
So there's the dillema. I'm an arrogant kook, or a subtle visionary. My money is on #1.
Still, it's something to work on on days like
today, when its too windy and squally to go outside for very long.