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    Posted: 07 Jan 2015 at 07:43

By way of an entry to this forum, I thought I would introduce my latest book, which deals with exo-politics, deep history and the true origins of man.

The first part and introduction of "Dimensions, Deceptions & Demons" decodes the mechanics and machinations of existence. Current science thinking merely measures an illusion. Our reality is limited to a tiny spectral range which manifests as what we call the third dimension.

Many mainstream mathematicians adhere to the empirical impossibility - length depth and width as separate “dimensions”. The “zero” calculation assures everything in this frequency is solid. Time is a solid block that sits in a sub-space repository and, if unravelled, would be unlimited pre-formed scenarios. Our DNA code the Genome Project identifies as genetic markers are symptoms of a much more complex multi-layered hierarchy mainstream science has not fathomed.

Sub-space nothingness is reality and experiential illusion, defined by certain expressive tools, such as pulses, force fields, waves and frequencies is limited by cosmic DNA. Everything is made of light (even darkness).

It is a short book, but a challenging one even for great minds. Do you have the intellect?

I have made this first post a quick one and more details on the can be found at my signature website

Edited by OzzieThinker - 07 Jan 2015 at 07:46
The first part of my latest book, "Dimensions, Deceptions & Demons" http://ozziethinker.wordpress.com/2015/01/04/introduction-to-dimensions-deceptions-demons/
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Interesting. As it happens New Scientist have just published an article revealing how Quantum Mechanics and Relativity, both experimentally proven yet mutually exclusive, are soon to be tied together by scientists seeking an explanation of why the universe is how it is.

On the other hand...

Quote Time is a solid block that sits in a sub-space repository and, if unravelled, would be unlimited pre-formed scenarios.

Time cannot be a solid block. Sorry. We know this from observation and experiment.

Quote Sub-space nothingness is reality and experiential illusion, defined by certain expressive tools, such as pulses, force fields, waves and frequencies is limited by cosmic DNA. Everything is made of light (even darkness).

Cosmic DNA? No such thing. Nor is everything made of light. I know this because it takes me half an hour to get to work four miles away. Light gets there somewhat quicker. And for that matter, darkness is merely an absence of light.  Are you saying my workplace starts to vanish at night?

And your evidence for the existence of your convenient sub-space is what, exactly? How are you able to deduce and prove the existence of something that isn't part of standard model formulations, something that has been an element of science fiction since the sixties?

Sadly I think my intellect is enough to meet this particular challenge. Next....


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Well it's kind of obvious time is dependant on the specific behavior of movement within a specific frame of reference.  When you are traveling at close to the speed of light your time is basically stretched apart (relative to normal stationary people) so that you may acommodate the speed of light.  The whole thing is actually kind of mysterious even though it is scientific.
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That's slightly wrong by a large degree. As you approach the speed of light, your mass increases expontentially, thus requiring exponentially more thrust to go any faster. It's a simple mathematical relationship between physical qualities. You also become truncated at higher speeds with the same relationship. Whilst it's true that a person would become two dimensional at a velocity of C and thus observed as a flash of light, that speed cannot be attained, nor has the nature of the travellers existence changed form.

Time is similarly affected, in that it slows down accordingly, though this is a relative affect and within the craft no change is observed. Since Relativity shows that specific points of observation have no meaning, your point has been proved wrong by about a century of scientific research beforehand. There are no ordinary stationary people. Even standing still, our world revolves with a speed on the surface of something like 1000 miles an hour. Add to that the orbital velocity of the Earth around the Sun, the orbital velocity of the Sun around the galaxy, and the spped of the Milky Way as it approaches Andromeda for a collision in around 4 billion years time, and add to that the drift of galaxies toward the Great Attractor. In none of these cases can their velocity be specific to any fixed observational point - it is always relative to something else.

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I wasn't wrong by any degree.  You are the one that needs to go back and review those relativity scenarios created by Einstein. Anything's extra speed has to coincide with the slowing down of time relative to a stationary frame of reference so that light to everyone would still be capable of traveling as fast as it ever could.  In other words if time didn't actually slow down for people moving close to the speed of light, then the constant speed of light would have no meaning.  People could then attach a flashlight to a spaceship and then boost the speed of light.  Traveling close to the speed of light has actually been done in accelerators where they use powerful magnets to accelerate individual protons.  When these protons collide they are actually closing a gap at 2x the speed of light.  However that doesn't actually mean a proton can accelerate past the speed of light.  It is merely colliding with something that has also been accelerated to the same speed in the opposite vector which gives the illusion that the speed of light can be exceeded.
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Originally posted by literaryClarity literaryClarity wrote:

I wasn't wrong by any degree.  You are the one that needs to go back and review those relativity scenarios created by Einstein. Anything's extra speed has to coincide with the slowing down of time relative to a stationary frame of reference so that light to everyone would still be capable of traveling as fast as it ever could.  In other words if time didn't actually slow down for people moving close to the speed of light, then the constant speed of light would have no meaning.  People could then attach a flashlight to a spaceship and then boost the speed of light.  Traveling close to the speed of light has actually been done in accelerators where they use powerful magnets to accelerate individual protons.  When these protons collide they are actually closing a gap at 2x the speed of light.  However that doesn't actually mean a proton can accelerate past the speed of light.  It is merely colliding with something that has also been accelerated to the same speed in the opposite vector which gives the illusion that the speed of light can be exceeded.


Wow!

You guys are into some really heavy stuff here.

Not into Quantum Physics, so I'll quietly bow out.

Congratulations,both of you.
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My comment: I am not sure if almost everybody working on such topics agree with the einsteinian views, but I know, personally, there is at least some exceptions!
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You said time was stretched - Rubbish. Time is not a seperate quality according to Einstein to begin with, nor as you put it, could it be a solid block (your own words). It's all very well coing out with some pseudo-0waffle one post and something closer to the text book the next, but your descriptions are misleading to say the least.

Quote Anything's extra speed has to coincide with the slowing down of time relative to a stationary frame of reference so that light to everyone would still be capable of traveling as fast as it ever could. 

Unfortunately Relativity does not support fixed frames of reference. There is no such thing as a stationary reference point, merel;y a point from which an observation is being made,. That is fundamental to Relativity. The limit on velocity is absolute irrespective of where the observer is or how fast the observer may be moving relative to something else.

Regarding luminal velocity, the behaviour of particles is one thing. The effect of a large moving vehicle is another. For that, the physics make luminal velocity impossible - it simply wouldn't be able to generate enough power to overcome the intertia of increasing mass. At very high values of velocity our proposed vessel would also distort space-time around it as it moved, thus becoming in effect a very fast moving gravitic event  with some of the properties we normnally associate with black holes (I'm not suggesting the two instances are fundamentally the same - they aren't). Since light would not be able to escape the body of our incredibly fast vehicle, it would be invisible, although I would have to debate the possibility of attracting a light shell in the same way a black hole does. In any event the journey is pointless. At such large velocities the universe would age and fizzle out (or perhaps get ripped apart?) before the occupants were able to slow the vessel down again.

Quote My comment: I am not sure if almost everybody working on such topics agree with the einsteinian views, but I know, personally, there is at least some exceptions!

No there isn't. Scientists sometimes announce they've discovered something that is exceptional, but it always turns out to be faulty equipment ot poor observation. However, the theories of Relativitiy are part of the observable macro universe, and whilst observations confirm the theories results, quantum physics does not want to play ball and operates differently on the much smaller quantum scale, such as having a particle in two places at once (an effect known to occur) which in theory should cause gravitic anomalies on a larger scale even they we don't measure any. Why does one scale operate differently from another? No-one knows yet but this physics dilemma is being worked upon.
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