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Speed of Light or the Speed of Space :puz:

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posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 06:54 AM
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If the speed of light was actually the speed of the universe expanding, then we would never be able to observe other parts of the universe as they would be moving away from us just as fast as the light could travel towards us meaning the light would never reach us.

I think its more likely that light has its constant speed at our point of observation but if we observe that light traversing some dark matter or closer to a black hole then the speed of light may change.




posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 07:10 AM
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Space and time are composed of the same undetectable existence. Time is space that is kinetics from everywhere, towards everywhere. Future time is that as expansive. Past time is that as implosive. Space is time that is static as both the ONE infinitesimal singularity and the ONE infinite expanse. It is that the ONE Singularity is engaged in infinite angular kinetics of every degree that causes the infinite expanse to stand as it does.

The light is a wake of where space as the infinitesimal duration instance of infinite expanse (which is infinitesimal duration "the present") enters into implosion kinetics in the return to it's default state of pure kinetic (time) as all the past (where space does not exist).

Humans cannot detect the present, the future or the past. Only the wake, which is matter and energy, as it transitions from the infinite expanse (Planck frequency of string of instances we recognize as the present having happened) into the "underworld" (from everywhere, towards everywhere all at once spherically implosive division) that is the pure state of the past (devoid of all space). We require both space and time to co-exist for our sensors to detect contents within that space-time.

We can't see the pure future because there is no space there. We can't see the past because there is no space there either. We can't see the present because there is no time there.

So what is this undetectable existence that both space and time is composed of? I can only spectulate but I suspect it is the infinite consciousness. But I have considered that it is the infinite female consciousness "out of the rib of Adam" as the infinite mate of That which is omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent.
edit on 17-4-2012 by tkwasny because: Addition



posted on Apr, 19 2012 @ 12:43 AM
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Since space is a vacuum, it is the ultimate/perfect insulator. Thus, space is neither cold nor hot, but movement slows down atomically to a point where it simply freezes. It cannot move (in a sense, unless space was an ocean with varying pockets of whatnot), so there is no "speed of space". The speed of light however, is tangible on an atomic level. But that raises another question - Is it possible to trap light in a vacuum, assuming that there is next to zero atomic movement?



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