so you think you know about space and time? ok, now factor in light...
factor in how light can variate our understanding of how space and time works, in respect of the observer.
Looking at our solar system
Then trying to wrap my brain around space-time and how our sun effects it
wondering if i can contribute what I think I know about the role the sun plays… to our neighbouring planets?
I briefly thought of something, my brain eventually dismissed it, but I want to share this 0.000001 secs of my brain wave….and what I
“downloaded”, I think needs to be shared….lol
I,ll just say it, and then explain it
What if…the planets in our solar system….are all the same planet…in different stages of its life!?
Hear me out
Each planet existing in its own dimension of space-time
The further from the sun….the “older” the planet is in that dimension of space-time
The planets, starting from mercury, look like an evolutionary process, from start to finish.
Mercury - newly born… Venus - maturing… earth - alive in prime….mars-dying… asteroid belt - disintegrated/dead….Jupiter - gravity reforming
light elements, larger pieces as moons…..Saturn - moons disintegrate, become rings, core becomes more dense…Uranus - dying gas giant…..Pluto -
If we factor out “movement” in spacetime…and look at it as a still/moving image….of all dimensions….in one image…is that not like an
what if we ae looking at our past and future...in different leaps of realms...all in the same place, all within the age of the sun in its 8 or 9
Ouch my head! lol
But how can we see the planets?…light is a wonder
Forgive me…I needed to share
Just something to think about…while we learn
edit on 13-2-2013 by thePharaoh because: (no reason given)