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Offline Littleenki

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #15 on: July 29, 2014, 01:56:16 PM »
Thank you, Matrix, and Robo.

As I said, my perception of the masters of reality is that everything is composed of light, and that which is all does not have to travel as it is already there, and we see it as humanly visible spectrum through field interaction, or current density differentials in the All.
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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #16 on: July 29, 2014, 01:58:17 PM »
If my speculations prove to be correct, I wonder what will happen to Einstein's famous equation:  E=mc squared? 

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #17 on: July 29, 2014, 02:08:27 PM »
in an absolute vacuum,theres no such thing as a absolute vacuum.so his equatuons are off by just a little .thats why faster than light travel may be possible.
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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #18 on: July 29, 2014, 02:13:20 PM »
If my speculations prove to be correct, I wonder what will happen to Einstein's famous equation:  E=mc squared?

Maybe it is ONLY an illusion ?

And will be exposed in the NOT so distant future.

Einstein like Most human Scientists can ONLY observe the Experience and NOT WAHT is producing it ?

But then some are able to both access the Processing System and at the very least observe its WORKINGS ...  :)

HOW what experienced is produced, and WHAT is being Experienced are 2 Completely different subjects,
and neither one is the same as the other ...   :)

A bit like that "1st Person Game" and its "Software" !

But rest assured anyone can both see the "Processing System" of LIFE and observe its WORKINGS...   :)

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #19 on: July 29, 2014, 02:24:42 PM »
in an absolute vacuum,theres no such thing as a absolute vacuum.so his equatuons are off by just a little .thats why faster than light travel may be possible.
How can something be in something that doesn't exist in the first place?

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #20 on: July 29, 2014, 02:36:26 PM »
for what its worth, light doesnt travel at all, it occurs as a result of field interactions.
Bingo, as Matrix would say.
the 'speed' of light is not constant, as we are led to believe, it is rather more a local occurence, as L.E. suggests.
The 'speed' of gravity, now that's a good one, go ask a teacher or lecturer, what is the speed of gravity, they can answer only 2 ways (both are wrong as it happens)...
Either, they will answer that it's the same speed as light,,,,WRONG!
Go ask an astronomer...

OR; they will say it is a force like magnetism & therefore has no 'speed' as such.

WRONG again, even a force (or a change in said force) needs time to propagate, there are exceptions to this in ether physics, but let's just play it by the book for now.
Several noted sources have ascertained that gravity travels at or around 64c, or 64 times the speed of light. Immediately this gives big problems with both QM and GR, both are upheld in science mainstream & education, but they are also completely contradictory at this point.
OK i have to sleep & work,be back later peeps :D

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #21 on: July 29, 2014, 02:49:30 PM »
The "Velocity" in question is the Interpretation of the Software.

Just as the "1st Person" multi player Game is an interpretation of its software, appearing on screen
in the context/form of Images.   :)

So to is the case with regard to what is believed to be a huge universe.

It is ONLY seen as being huge, by the Interpretation of what is Producing its Images.

And all that we experience is being interpreted through a "Pseudo Processor" we call the brain.

So to understand, we need to look at the "Processes" involved, in manifesting what we interpret
as the species, and the real source/origin we are observing all this from.

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #22 on: July 29, 2014, 03:03:31 PM »
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It is ONLY seen as being huge, by the Interpretation of what is Producing its Images.

Well that's kind of what i mean, 'distance' just like 'velocity' or 'time' have no real meaning, they are just ideas we use to try & visualise things we really don't understand, LOL

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #23 on: July 30, 2014, 12:55:53 PM »
Well that's kind of what i mean, 'distance' just like 'velocity' or 'time' have no real meaning, they are just ideas we use to try & visualise things we really don't understand, LOL
Speaking of visualization, we look at the world in 2D do we not? You know..X-axis, Y-axis. But can we really see the z-axis? 3D
 The only way we perceive the 3rd dimension is if we feel it with our hands or see it in 2D in perspective form. Maybe 3D is just an illusion, a trick of perception and the world is actually only 2D?
That would mean that there is no actual "depth" to anything and that distance really doesn't exist.

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #24 on: July 30, 2014, 01:53:04 PM »
If my speculations prove to be correct, I wonder what will happen to Einstein's famous equation:  E=mc squared?
Ahhh, good fun for the mathheads here.....what happened to Einsteins equation? Stephen Crothers happened, thats what! :)

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #25 on: July 30, 2014, 01:55:34 PM »
And...speaking of dimension.....weeeee here we go!


To infinity and beyond!

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #26 on: July 30, 2014, 02:44:15 PM »
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Speaking of visualization, we look at the world in 2D do we not? You know..X-axis, Y-axis. But can we really see the z-axis? 3D
 The only way we perceive the 3rd dimension is if we feel it with our hands or see it in 2D in perspective form. Maybe 3D is just an illusion, a trick of perception and the world is actually only 2D?
That would mean that there is no actual "depth" to anything and that distance really doesn't exist.

BINGO !


You are definitely onto it .....   :)

Its all about "Processing", involving 2 "Processing Systems",

a.     a "Pseudo Processor", we refer to as the brain,
and
b.     a "Conceptual Processing System", few know about in the Program. (Earth environment)

Our visualisation of this environment (the Uni9verse) is displayed or presented inside our Individual
"Conceptual Processing System" within a Larger one not unlike a "Conceptual Mainframe".

The Difficulty most have is understanding "Conceptual Processing Systems" and to Interfacing with them !   :)

Yet we use or take part in a "Conceptual Processing System" producing what we believe or interpret as
this Environment. (Earth & Universe)

When in fact this is a very small "Holograph" seen in the Region of our Visual Cortex but NOT by the brain itself,
as the brain in this area of function acts as a Decoder/Encoder,  but by a "Partition" of LIFE (The "True Mind"
referred to or found in some ancient writings)

The "Map" (Structure) can be seen by anyone !    Given the right conditions !

We should NOT assume, that what we see is external of this "Conceptual Processing System", except contained
in "Conceptual based Libraries", in the form of "Script" and "Geometric Images".

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #27 on: July 30, 2014, 03:16:29 PM »
To answer this question.

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If my speculations prove to be correct, I wonder what will happen to Einstein's famous equation:  E=mc squared?

Einstein is not 100% correct. THink about this E=MC^ via or by the way of 1/2MV ^2

A lot of people are thinking about that 8)

Yea and I think MT is also correct.

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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #28 on: July 30, 2014, 03:18:34 PM »
Yes, Matrix has an angle on this that is not to be ignored, please understand, that i try to understand him, and that what he says makes a lot of sense!
Thanks MT i was about to comment on the 2-d perception modal as being the likely one, but you beat me to it, bless you mate, ;D
Glad to see everybody's back on form 8)
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Re: Speed of Light...Infinite or Finite?
« Reply #29 on: July 30, 2014, 03:23:18 PM »
Back, you are not wrong :D
I once figured gravity as being more like E=MC^3 than anything else, and to simplify it even further, just think of it as E=M and forget the false notion of 'light'.
I don't know why, but i know Matrix will agree with me on this..........
Time to sleep i guess.......

 


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