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**New Theories / Is matter moving through space but static in time?**

« **on:**02/12/2018 04:33:26 »

Consider the following hypothetical scenario:

That, at this precise 'now' moment, your consciousness is moving through free space at the speed of light within an eternal static present. Your consciousness exists on the surface of a Planck time sphere which has a constant rotational/linear velocity equal to c. This rotational/lateral velocity is equal to the radial velocity of gravity through free space as it radiates from the centre source outwards – which is also c.

The lateral movement of free space at the surface of the Planck shell is at a right angle to the radial folding of free space over time of a gravity wave. This observation corroborates Stephen Hawking's own theory on the relationship between space and time, running at right angles to each other.

The main point is that the radial velocity of the folding of free space by gravity [which is a constant number, c] is separate from the lateral movement of free space which occurs on the surface of a planck sphere [which is a variable number]. Space and time can therefore only resonate with each other, when the notional lateral velocity of the Planck shell is a prime number multiple of the radial propogation of a gravity in free space, ie, the speed of light. When the lateral velocity of a Planck shell exactly equals the radial velocity of gravity, time and space can be regarded as existing in total synchronous equilibrium.

This means that at any given moment in time, the line of the force of gravity which is acting on you at that precise moment can be traced back from the coordinate you presently occupy in space-time on the surface of the Planck sphere, as a straight line which ultimately leads back to the singularity at the beginning of the universe.

That, at this precise 'now' moment, your consciousness is moving through free space at the speed of light within an eternal static present. Your consciousness exists on the surface of a Planck time sphere which has a constant rotational/linear velocity equal to c. This rotational/lateral velocity is equal to the radial velocity of gravity through free space as it radiates from the centre source outwards – which is also c.

The lateral movement of free space at the surface of the Planck shell is at a right angle to the radial folding of free space over time of a gravity wave. This observation corroborates Stephen Hawking's own theory on the relationship between space and time, running at right angles to each other.

The main point is that the radial velocity of the folding of free space by gravity [which is a constant number, c] is separate from the lateral movement of free space which occurs on the surface of a planck sphere [which is a variable number]. Space and time can therefore only resonate with each other, when the notional lateral velocity of the Planck shell is a prime number multiple of the radial propogation of a gravity in free space, ie, the speed of light. When the lateral velocity of a Planck shell exactly equals the radial velocity of gravity, time and space can be regarded as existing in total synchronous equilibrium.

This means that at any given moment in time, the line of the force of gravity which is acting on you at that precise moment can be traced back from the coordinate you presently occupy in space-time on the surface of the Planck sphere, as a straight line which ultimately leads back to the singularity at the beginning of the universe.