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Faster Than Light. Page 8 of 9.
When we actually set out to achieve a rewrite of Einsteinian special relativity and move faster than light, explore the laws of physics and breach C the constant, the velocity of light, no one could have predicted at the time, the results which have emerged; least of all me. It might even be true to say, I found a new law of physics.
The movement from a rough idea, that it might be possible to breach the velocity of light, came forwards to fruition and brought about some startling results: A time, non-time parallel predominant amongst them.
It was in the mid 70's I first heard the subject matter of ufology broached by science, in the sense, a UFO could never make the journey to planet earth, the occupants on board could not cope with the high levels of gravity a craft might incur, and the absence of Planets where both these craft and their inhabitants originate from, all remained unanswered.
And for those reasons I set out, with one theory to prove it possible to answer the aforementioned questions posed by scientists. It was not an easy task, and at no point do I conclusively claim to be accurate with this expansion of special relativity: That would be arrogant.
But what I did hope to achieve, was a credible alternative to modern scientific thinking. And that had to happen in three certain ways:
(i), I had to produce a theory to allow all three prohibiting factors to be advanced as one piece of science.
(ii) I had to demonstrate, unequivocally the velocity of light not to be a constant in a vacuum, and
(iii) build a prediction so science - cosmology have an ambit to measure what I speak about.
This I believe I achieved; and providing the theory is authenticated, there is now no logical reason why a UFO cannot visit Earth in acceptable time frames.
The pursuance of this theory was designed for ufologists, to answer any nagging doubts over such an intriguing conundrum. The most difficult aspect was probably the movement of light, and the search to determine its true emission and transmission velocities. And it was only after a rigorous search, that I deduced, keeping in mind gravity always attracts, that a paradox might enter the equation.
Logically, if we chose to hold a belief light emits from a star and travels towards us there could be no questioning of special relativity at all, and obviously all time would indeed be relative.
But once I struck upon the theory of moving light, by changing its emission and transmission points, I understood time needn't be relative at all.
Yet, it originally seemed absurd to postulate theory on such a contentious issue, by standing logic on its head. But there we had it, there was no alternative, no other explanation to justify such wild recognition as Spacecraft in the extraterrestrial sense. And assuming these vehicles were of a propellant nature, and only a conservation of energy might drive them: That meant using universal theorem to act as a catalyst in this endeavour, and as much as I try, the only engineering factor I can comprehend is by literally reworking the laws of physics.
That led me to believe acceleration and weight were relative, and time was not.
Basically, that meant everything had a place in time, yet didn't simultaneous. In other words, we would use 2 separate times in conjunction with each other to achieve an even
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