Re: [forcefieldpropulsionphysics] Fine Example of Slow Time & Fast Time
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Subject: [forcefieldpropulsionphysics] Fine Example of Slow Time & Fast Time
Discoveries & Comprehension in Fast Time: StarSteps 1956 - beginning
with the prediction of the neutrino 10 years prior to its discovery,
to light speed variance with frequency, faster than light speed
(obvious why you can't SEE it), to the 'strange' happenings at the
very large scale and very small scale.
[... newspaper science snipped ...]
So (Jack,) I will not accept your invitation to follow the tangent of
Peter Pan to Never Never Land with Alice in Wonderland, until you
connect the PIECES.
The universe is everything that exists. There is no 'outside' of the
"outside of the universe" doesn't exist. Consequently the universe as a
whole cannot move in some direction. Which means that the sum of
all velocity vectors in the universe must yield a resultant vector with a
magnitude of zero. From this sum, pick one vector, call it v, and subtract
it from both sides & you have:
sum(all vectors in the universe less v ) = -v (eq, 1)
And since there are no preferred frames, there are no preferred rulers &
so, using the magnitude of the sum to measure v's magnitude you end up with
a constant velocity & its the same for all frames. I.e.,
In the universe (for all existence), there is a universal measurable
velocity for all frames of reference. Its very likely that this constant is
of light, since the principles of eq.1 yields Lorentz's transformations.
There are ways around this constant, though. Eq. 1 only implies that,
for every change there must be an equal and opposite change, it doesn't
say anything about structure or how the change must take place.