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20-1-12 Why Do We see Light Back To Big Bang?
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Posted: Fri Jan 03, 2020 6:15 am
2020-1-12 added a conclusion, 2020-1-10, 2020-1-03, 1-02-19
20-1-12 Conclusion: "as long as we could go there at less than light speed, then we can go
there at entangled speed. " Ergo, once we have to exceed light speed across surface of space-time, then we can not go there physically as we only see a past that no longer exists, except for its light record = not there beyond rest mass of protons anymore.
Thus a Planetary Spirit Line can block us from seeing into the past. we only get to see our remaining future.
How strange this is: When my neighbor across the street turns his porch light out, I see it go out in the time it takes light to travel across the street. But we can use our big telescopes to look in any direction in the sky and we can see almost all the way back to the Big Bang. Some of those stars and galaxies no longer exist, yet we can still see them.
"These stars and galaxies were turned off, so why can we still see them?"
We are seeing what already happened = the past as a constant that does not change. This fact, this record means
we can deduce where the present is and the future will be. That visible past can only exist when a universe is
conserved at less than one Planck Unit(h) unit of time/distance.
I raised this question because I asked; "How come we can get cut off from the far past starlight we see? Because it is a constant, created by entanglement, and this our Planetary Spirit Line(PSL) can block entanglement given
the right geometric position between the two sides of our Moebius universe.
More on the geometry later. It is bounded by the constraint described below.
We can infer the present position of what we see instantly back to big bang to where it should br now.
20-1-03 It is a function of clock speeds. Ergo far past starlight shares an entangled clock speed. i.e. clock speed at c = slowest possible. What is distance where clock speeds speed up = I see my neighbors light go out?
Which direction across surface is possible, which directions are in the past? = not there anymore.
20-1-10 The possible directions of movement on a Moebius are those areas that exist simultaneously
in the present as measured by c; i.e. as long as we could go there at less than light speed, then we can go
there at entangled speed. e.g. We can see the porch light turn off.
"I swear to speak honestly and seek the truth when I use the No 1st Cost List public record."
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