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Einstein, special relativity and light.

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Albert Einstein who developed the theory of relativity pictured as a young man.

Special Relativity, time is a small commodity that has become exclusively mankind's obsession. There is none of us who could get through life without time, that most basic commodity. Most of us would probably find it difficult even getting out of bed in the morning without time. Our lives are shaped, governed and cynically manipulated by that most obtuse of all laws, that of time. And most fail to understand it inextricably linked to Einstein, special relativity and light

For most people, the ordinary man and woman in the street, it wouldn't prove too complex if someone asked them, what is time? Most would instantly revert to the time piece on their wrist, the clock on the wall, or any other facilitent which usually ticks away with an anonymous application, forgotten about until we desire its automotive nature.

It seems so inoffensive in itself, time; but if we apply a more esoteric background to it, do you still think you would comprehend time's strange mechanics? How about fourth dimensional space time? Time travel, or time windows? What about the motion and movement of Planets due to the elementary laws of gravity? Special relativity, or the velocity of light, which, according to science is a constant in a vacuum?

And what if I told you, a week could measure the same as a month, or a month the same as a year? How about if I said all time has an equality that theoretically shows no discrimination between one body and another, regardless of its duration?

Do you still see time, as an inoffensive little commodity, and are you still prepared to take time for granted? I doubt it.

Most people, those with any common sense would probably runaway in confusion, and to be perfectly honest, I wouldn't blame them. But unfortunately, if we really do wish to understand ufology, we must first Rewrite Special Relativity and sequestrate time from the equation.

But we need to understand this strange beast, time, and ask ourselves why?

Well, as we just said, without time, the world would quickly fall apart, quite literally. If we didn't have any standard time on planet Earth we would apply to a principle of equivalence: All objects in a vacuum fall with an equal ratio: Weightlessness. This basically means our planet would decay just like that of an Astronaut's bones if left in space too long. The reason why long duration's in space cannot be achieved without introducing levels of gravity once again.

Therefore, from that simple example, decay, we quickly begin to associate gravity with time. The more gravity there is the longer the time frame.

We might now assume then, that the faster one moves, the stronger the laws of gravity become, as the volume of mass increases. Thus time shrinks. What some term the elasticity of time. And with small amounts of time, this really becomes quite insignificant, but over a more extreme period, under the laws of physics, it has a profound effect, especially on those travelling across universal dimensions.

We already said earlier on, that if we travel at the speed of light time will shrink and thus two people at different velocities would witness periods expire at different rates: One month on earth, fifty years in space. And I know it sounds ridiculous, but it happens to be a proven event. That is as long as no one attempts to do what I'm about to do.

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Below is a list of chapters for the Metaphysics Anthology. The book itself is designed as abit of fun! One man thinking out loud. You should not see it as science, merely enjoy the imagination of the human mind in full swing.

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