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I don't know where you got your information from, but contemporary physics holds that gravitons are supposed to travel at the speed of light, not the speed of thought.
We don't know if gravitons are confined or not confined because we don't even know if they exist yet. Typically, particles with a zero rest mass travel at the speed of light. Particles with a non-zero rest mass travel slower than the speed of light. Hence, the massless graviton is predicted to travel at the speed of light. The average nerve conduction velocity is only a little over 100 miles per hour. Gravitons must travel far quicker than this if they are massless. If they have mass, then physics would have to be greatly revised to incorporate that.
The double slit experiment works because light has the properties of waves.The two slits let allow the waves to interfere with each other which is why it works the way it works. Now, how long it takes you to understand that principle is the speed of thought, which doesn't have anything to do with the light waves interfering with each other.Two slits == two sources for light waves on the dark(er) side of the project. The two sources of waves running the same patter cause the interference (the waves run into each other and interfere with each-other).Don't know what happens when the light above your head ignites as you understand it, then I could see he speed of thought somehow affecting the experiment. I found "The Mechanical Universe and Beyond" (PBS series) most informative on this subject. newbielink:http://thepiratebay.org/search/mechanical,universe,and,beyond/0/99/0 [nonactive]
There's no evidence that thoughts are carried in the brain by gravitons. If our brain generated gravitons in one of its parts, it would have to be able to detect those same gravitons in the part that received them. For something with as little mass as our brain, any gravitons it could generate would be very, very weak and thus very, very hard to detect. The fact that we haven't been able to detect gravitons from much more massive interstellar phenomena, even with very sensitive equipment, should be a testament as to how weak gravitons are. In short, there is no way that the brain could carry information inside if itself in the form of gravitons.As for the speed of light being confined within our universe; we don't know that. For all we know, the speed of light might be the same in all possible dimensions.