These are ramblings and random thoughts. Nothing is based on facts that have been researched or verified. If it makes you think for yourself or think of me as strange, it as me, are not to be taken seriously unless there is money for me (without doing anything more) involved.
When it comes to deities I find it impossible that any of the religions that serve people in organized groups can possibly represent a supreme force. All forms of existence that humans can perceive are infinite. Every moment in time is different from the one preceding it and the one that follows it and they will never be repeated in all of time. That is unless time is a dimension that can be traversed.
To the abilities of human perception, exceeding the speed of light will warp time because we wouldn’t be able to see the things that come next in the same time-frame we’re in. We know we don’t see objects in space in real-time because of the vast distances that we measure in terms of light years. It is commonly agreed that we can look at the past of a distant object while we remain in the present. So if we were to physically travel toward a distant object, we would travel into the past based on our starting point and move toward the present time at the destination. Of course that is all relative to the speed of light.
Consider the possibility that we could exceed the velocity of light. It would still take time to reach an object that, based on the speed of light, is in the past. For instance an object measured to be 10 light years away (and 10 years older) would take 5 years to get to if we traveled at twice the speed of light.
So based on a single point and relative to the speed of light, we can travel back in time as we move away from our reference point toward a distant point. The greater the distance, the more we seem to travel back in time. But what if we turn around and head back to our starting point? Somehow we have to get back to the present
Relative to the time at the destination, we are behind the times and by traveling toward it, we would appear to be catching up with the present.
We really don’t know much about gravity but it doesn’t seem to be constrained by light or time. It’s not of the electromagnetic spectrum like magnetism. It’s something completely different. Does gravity have a velocity? We can calculate its force by deriving it from mass but we don’t know how much mass it takes to form a black hole. Science suggests that a black hole has a gravitational field that can completely absorb and light in its vicinity. If gravity can control light does that in some way imply that it can control time as well?
That brings up another problem. We currently accept that absolute zero is the temperature at which there is no longer any molecular movement. While we haven’t been able to make anything that cold, we come pretty close. On the other hand is there a pressure at which all molecular motion stops? We know there’s a relationship between temperature, pressure and volume for gasses. Gasses, under enough pressure revert to a liquid state and through the removal of heat can enter their solid state.
Enough about light, time, gravity and mass.
I have a notion that the concept of a nucleus surrounded by particles is an infinite Russian nested egg.
As we look outward we see the earth with a single moon but among the Solar System we see other objects with their moons all orbiting the Sun. From there we see that ours is one of many stars with planets with moons and that our galaxy also revolves as do other galaxies until we get to point where we can’t see. Certainly that isn’t the end of it all since it goes on forever but we don’t have the ability yet to see beyond our current limits.
As we look inward we see molecules, and then atoms, and electrons, and the particles, etc. As we improve our abilities to see further we see another level of nesting.
And so the universe is a never ending series of nesting eggs of all the sizes that infinity allows for.
To believe that the life on Earth is all that exist is simply naïve. We are only capable of recognizing certain life forms and if our ability to visualize the electromagnetic spectrum we know of is any indicator of our limitations, then it is likely that there are life forms around us that we simply can’t recognize.