Monday, January 28, 2013

Possible universal time mechanism

I thought of something that struck me about (the human perception of) time:

The dialogue

The speed at which earth revolves around its axis, is approximately 1600 kilometers per hour. Close to the pace of an F-16 fighter plane. Earth orbits around the sun at a speed of 112,000 kilometers per hour. Our solar system dashes around the center of the galaxy - the Milky way - at a pace of 800,000 kilometers per hour. The Milky way orbits around the center of the universe at a speed of 315.392 x 10^21 kilometers per hour. The speed of light is: 107.925. kilometers per hour.

That means that our galaxy travels around the center of the universe at a pace of approximately THREE BILLION times the speed of light.... The orbital speeds of objects in our galaxy and solar systems inside are not even part of that equation. It means that, relative to the center of the universe in linear sequential time, we are going back in time at tremendous speed. Locally however, we are heading towards a future inside an environment that, according to current academic perception, is racing back in time.

What does that imply? That the unchanging present is located at the very center of the universe. Everything simply exists there, although the singularity may be in precession. That at some distance from that center time stands still and that everything between that spherical area and the universe's center goes forward in time since it travels slower than the speed of light. Weird things may be happening in that boundary area between mentioned volume and the space beyond it, in which time is reversed.

In any of those areas local deviations from the overall setting might exist. As Nassim Haramein explained: Every force has a counter-force that is manifest in the opposite direction. Science thinks that the universe is expanding, but it may merely be an observation of a transient event inside a local situation. Haramein envisions the universe as a donut-like shape with force fields traveling around its surface(s), perhaps along to the lines of the windings in a Rodin coil. It could imply that the direction of time differs in any point on that surface.

It is suggested that the center of the universe may be a black hole that is actually a gateway to other spaces and times in other universes. A gateway to what? To where? What and who has the power to pass through it? Undoubtedly I missed many details in this first brain wave concerning this matter of time, which is both puzzling and fascinating from any perspective.

Here's a poem that bubbled up in my mind with regard to this:

And another one from a different perspective (click on it to see a version that is easier to read):

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