Tag: light speed
YES … There Is Something Faster Than The Speed Of Light
In spite of the Theory of Relativity … there is an exception to its light speed restriction.
The author asks, “Is anything faster than the speed of light? Absolutely.
The theory of General Relativity applies to gravity … but inexplicably … the noted scientist Albert Einstein seems to have overlooked the fact that gravity can exceed the speed of light without violating any aspects of the theory of general relativity.
But how can that be true? The interesting application is just exactly how gravity can exceed the speed of light.
That is the exploration this author makes in his explanations of what makes the universe shake-rattle-roll and hum … and more than likely … it will shake up quantum theory at the interface beyond light speed.
However, it is a real danger in many places … and it IS NOT something fictional, imaginary, or dimensional.
It is overlooked because of the arrogance of presumptuous, insular scientific narcissism that has closed an important doorway of scientific investigation.
The best principle that a scientist can follow … is to never put something behind a door of absolutes … because it might just be an overlooked gateway to something else that has been ignored.
Go ahead. Look boldly into the brightness of truth … it will not blind you … but darkness will not sharpen your eyesight.
Instead of making a pedantic podium-shaking presentation … the author is trying to write this information at a level so that ordinary people in their public lives can understand it.
His goal is to arouse scientific interest in people who can go on to higher learning and make contributions to the survival and future of civilization.
Raising questions for investigation and discussion is far different … and more productive … than presenting everything in Hegel-type1 confrontations.
For every answer there is a question … but the important part … is in asking the right question for the right answer.
Let us take a look at how people make statements … or ask questions.
In graduate school (Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA) the author learned five important questions that could help him get started on almost any task:
- Where am I now?
- Where am I going?
- Why am I going?
- How am I going to get there?
- How will I know when I have arrived.
While those five questions can be helpful … they are usually just the beginning … and further questions are often needed to round out the beginning and ending processes.
A lot of thinking is usually needed to find and ferret out information from various nooks and crannies … such as:
- Out of the box thinking.
- Critical thinking.
- Common sense thinking.
- Analytical thinking (i.e., mathematical, scientific)
The art of asking questions depends upon the purpose of the questioning process. The questioners are not necessarily seeking truth or facts … so much as they are looking for an advantage … for example:
- Trial lawyers
In his book, the author will give some examples of some troublesome (“gotcha”) questions.
He will show how to precisely (and correctly) answer the age-old trick question of, “Which came first … the chicken or the egg?” … and there can be no doubt about his answer.
The trickier part about any questions and answers … is to ask the right questions … otherwise, the answers might apply to something unrelated to the questions.
This point us absolutely essential to framing correct interpretations of data … prepared and received … from any scientific investigation.
The author wrote this book to attract those who want to know more about the sciences … but he wrote it at a level most people on the street could understand it.
His goal is to attract more people to pursue careers in the sciences. Some people on the street are actually more clever than you might think.
Most scientists realize that the world is racing toward irreversible destruction. We need smarter people to help us avoid the end of the human race … because humans seem to be extremely adept at destroying things … especially, themselves.
Even though the author’s book is not written in scholarly, pedantic style … the author has provided a large reference list of links at the end of the presentation … so that almost anyone can understand it.
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