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Considering that each future event, losses a potential, 1/2 or some magnitude lesser, of the prior event, as the event cascades? (iterations → ∞) for example where at any given moment of iteration, in the x domain, ±Y=0 , ±X → 0 and will never reaching zero reference, or visa verse of in the event ±X and ±Y → 0 and either never reach the value of zero Well anyway: the events of the loss of light energy never reaches zero. This might count for the far, far... ∞ far off, light emission ∞ly showing up in view as time passes relative to the speed of light. Think of it as a spherical dispersion and in any given line of sight there is that photon entity. Hubble deep space stare?

. space, light and time are infinite! Umm, 3rd dimension, 4th dimension and 5th dimension, the numerical ratio of a right triangle! Amazing toying with, relating identities of unrelated natures with no proved association. Redefining the word Fantasy?.

If the theory of dark matter is supported, which I believe it is! Though explanation of the results caused by astronomical refractive lensing. Since dark matter makes up for the rest of visually absence of solid matter in the universe. Can it be safe to say, that light is constantly interacting with matterLight "loses its energy just because time has passed?"Energy, in the realm of space, needs a load component to drain or depleteTime does not have this characteristics. .

Symantics:3rd dim is space4th is time5th is considered light .

OK get rid of the hypothetical (1/2) and we partially agree. This is helping me to cover my initial bases Lose its total energy? Only to the naked eye. I say the energy amplitude approaches zero and never gets there. Through the hyperbolic function, ƒ(x)= 1/x Plotting the function of (x), as x → ∞; (Y) never reaches zero because x never reaches infinity.That is the reason Hubble's Deep Space Stare, discovered more spots of light at a the farthest reaches.I believe that there will be more behind that in the far future relative to Light speed vs space-time