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Originally posted by sy.gunson
I really love your theories and your courage presenting them. Don't be knocked back by pedantic naysayers. Even where there are little flaws in your concepts they have a ring of truth to them. Inconsistencies in any theory are probably because of some unexpected interaction.
Keep going because you think outside the box which is more than 99% of people even on this forum can do.
Originally posted by rbnhd76
Maybe, maybe not.
Even if it is, I can imagine no way to prove it.
Originally posted by smithjustinb
See… light is very peculiar. It is very strange. Too strange, if you ask me. If someone was going half the speed of light (150,000 km/s) and someone else is standing still, and the person moving at 150,000 km/s shined a flashlight, it would leave that person at 300,000 km/s. Now you would think that the person standing still would see that light moving at 450,000 km/s, but actually, even the person standing still would see that light at 300,000 km/s. Not only is light speed a constant, but it is also a speed limit that it can’t even break.
Originally posted by thcnemesisv2
So does this mean that the light which shines from the flashlight is only moving at half of lights speed? If you were moving at 150,000km/s and turned that flashlight on, theoretically the light would travel at 300,000km/s on top of the speed you're already moving at. Which is more than 300,000km/s.
Originally posted by litterbaux
reply to post by smithjustinb
What an interesting idea. Here is how my brain pictures this scenario if true.
In a dimension that we cannot see there are "things" that affect how matter orientates itself in our 4 dimensions. The bigger the force is "behind the scenes" the bigger impact it has on our dimensions. For example, Earth, why did those first two atom's decide to hang out? Sure maybe it was swirling matter and gasses but if your theory holds true its not just randomness that brings planets together, its a background force. Like your sun example, for atoms to be pulled so hard that they create a fusion reactor in a complete void? Logic tells me these things don't just happen. Something is there doing it. Why don't all matter clouds form into suns? Why don't all matter clouds form into planets?
This theory explains all of that. Thanks for the read and getting my mind spinning
Originally posted by Lighterside
reply to post by smithjustinb
Yeah... I mean no offence, I applaud thinking. But for me, leaving 4D as an open variable kind of leaves a huge hole in your theory. If you come up with some ideas to wrangle that, I'd love to hear about it.
Originally posted by tkwasny
Gravity, space and time are inter-related. Space is time that is non-kinetic. Time is space that is in the form of kinetic. Gravity is the "pressure" of space as infinite width as it continues to implode from everywhere, toward everywhere, spherically down and inward, as it is returning to its default state which is time, absolute kinetic. Once having completed this conversion into pure time (all the past), this kinetic continues to flood spherically down and inward toward the one infinitely kinetic, infinitesimal singularity (THE Destination of eternity time current).