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For an easy identification of this event, we can use a more simplistic thought experiment: if we imagine down here on Earth two teams of tug-of-war lift-up a rope, and take-up the slack. Where would the strongest point of force be? If you said central to the rope, providing both teams are of equal strength, you'd be absolutely right. They heave! Which team experiences the force first, if both exert the same primordial force? If you said they experience it together, well done again.

Now apply that simple analogy to the universe, only this time each team is a body of mass, and the production of light is the rope.

In your mind, you should see light break central to both bodies of mass, and travel to both stars together, with no time disparity involved, and understand that if two people stood around each of those stars, they would both see the same event simultaneous.

At that precise moment in time, no observer witnesses any event before any other observer, and thus everywhere in the universe becomes today. And with that theory, we have just shown how to extract that proverbial tunnel of time we promised to during the introduction of this short book. At the same time, we even managed to relegate all of Einstein's laws on special relativity to the recycle bin.

Let's briefly re-cap on how we managed to achieve that.

We managed to achieve it by showing time for the universe simply does not exist in any perceivable format. We simply showed all observers should witness all events equally, and thus to determine the velocity of light is not an accurate science. The overriding factor amongst the theory, is the fact we chose a point of force between two bodies of mass, rather than a body of mass itself. And then we allowed light to move both directions simultaneous. Therefore, from a point between two bodies of mass stars we can now, due to the exertion of gravity, apply Sir Isaac Newton's second and third laws.

Let's show a brief example to help us understand the methodology:

If two bodies of mass stars are of an equivalent mass to each other, then the strongest exertion of force will be an equal distance from them both. Thus light will break exactly central to both bodies, and travel to them both in an exact amount of time. From this scenario we conclude, the velocity of light to be a constant in a vacuum, as it travels the same distance to each reciprocal body at the exact same speed. What we might term 1a (one acceleration).

But if we suddenly show two bodies of mass again, but this time make one twice the density of the other, then the breakage point of light must logically move to a position two thirds from the weakest body of mass, but only one third from the strongest body of mass.

Paradoxically though, a new acceleration weight is introduced - and we witness light move twice the velocity one way, in comparison with just once the velocity the other way. What we term 2m=1a (two mass equals one acceleration) to 1m=2a (one mass equals two acceleration). But what you should notice from this new formula, is once again both movements of light still reach their respective observer at exactly the same time, thus neither distinguishes a different time from the other.

The reason this becomes so fundamentally important, and perhaps more important than any other single theory we might include in this work, is it shows light therefore cannot be a constant in a vacuum.



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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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