The Universe emerges not from individual solitary particles but from pure MOTION.
E = MC^2
Energy is pure motion and pure frequency. We live in one Uni Verse within which are many melodies.
How would you describe energy?
Is it not that which pushes material objects through space and time? Is it not also the Potential to push material objects through space and time?
We say an object has greater "energy" when it moves at a greater speed or has the potential to do so. But is not speed or even rate of speed, velocity? And do not speed and velocity have inherent in them the element of Time? Greater and shorter distances take more or less time. Greater and shorter speeds actualize different distances.
No wonder Einstein called our Universe a space/time continuum. Space and time are interwined and interchangeable with each other and energy.
Now, let me let you in on a little secret.
Our Universe is a Time Field or better yet, you can understand it as a Timescape. There is a landscape of space which we can see. There is also a Timescape of time which we cannot see. In the Timescape time passes at different rates or "speeds". Just as you will speed up when you supply energy, you will speed up in a Timescape because different velocities are inherent in the field at different points in space.
This is what gravitation is. A timescape where energy or velocity in the field is changing.
So what is light?
There is a law which states that an object pushed into motion will stay in motion unless acted upon.
Now I wil let you in on another secret. Light IS a wave and what it is waving is the Timescape. Light is disturbing the inherent velocity of the Timescape as it moves through but does not permanently change the fabric. It is temporary. Light follows EXACTLY the contours of the Timescape and thus will travel in curves instead of straight lines. Why? Because when the velocity changes in different parts of the Timescape, light travels correspondingly and thus takes less time.
Now Einstein called these differences a "curvature of space". It is not actually curvature but instead the velocity or time rate change inherent in the fabric of the Timescape itself.
In the book Einstein's Universe by Nigel Calder, Nigel gives an excellent analogy between the "curvature of space" and the slowing of time on page 112. His final words are:
"So to speak of the slowing of time or the curving of space gives just the same answers- as, of course, it must."
So now we guess that light is a disturbance of the Timescape and we surmise that light is a constant speed motion wave.
If light is a constant speed motion wave can it be used to create the appearance of matter? Can matter itself be nothing more than a disturbance in the Timescape?
To investigate further we need to study motion and flow. What better analogy could there be then that of water? There is a beautiful book by Theodor Schwenk which illustrates the amazing power and creativity of water. It is called Sensitive Chaos.
I will give a few quotes from this book.
"When different wavelengths intermingle with one another, patterns, structures, and formations arise, which originate purely out of movement."
"In all things great and small the whole of nature is interwoven with interpenetrating rhythms and movements, and shapes are created in the interplay between them."
"The vortex is a moving part within a moving whole; it has its own rhythm, forms its own inner surfaces and is a separate entity within a streaming whole."
So in what way could a constant speed light wave with different frequencies mimic water to create patterns, structures and formations purely out of movement? out of a changing Timescape?
Did you know if two photons or particles of light (two waves in the Timescape) hit each other just right- they will set each other spinning like tiny vortices. Each will spin in reverse direction and go dancing off as an electron and positron. These are BASIC particles of matter made out of PURE MOTION in the Timescape. All basic particles are made up of different wavelenghts of light caught in vortices in the Timescape.
An interesting observation is that although a traveling light wave will not permanently change the Timescape field, a light wave caught in a vortex will. It changes the fabric in its vicinity and causes inherent changes of velocity in the field. This is how gravity makes its appearance and why a gravitationl field surrounds all bits of matter. The interesting thing is that as these bits accumulate- the Timescape field changes more and more. Einstein called it a warping or curvature but we can understand these changes as a Timescape field acquiring more portential, more energy, more velocity in its fabric as the rate of time slows down.
So now can we understand E = mc^2 better?
Mass makes its appearance from light frequency waves caught in vortices and thus changing the Timescape fabric. The more the Timescape fabric is changed, the more the mass changes, and the more velocity changes.
m = e/c^2
So can we connect the "very tiny" with the very "huge"? I believe we can.
A tiny bit of light caught in a vortex is in perpetual motion and appears as a particle. The myriad universes made up of particles clumping here and there are in perpetual motion and appear as spiral galaxies.
ALL IS IN MOTION, ALL IS FREQUENCY.
I wish to point out that gravity does not perturb time in some strange way. Gravity IS a Timescape field which contains differing velocities in its fabric. Einstein glimpsed how light was curved near a huge body causing it to travel faster . Our common sense leads us to believe that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line.
But the shortest distance between two points in aTimescape is NOT a straight line. In the far reaches of space, light travels quicker on a curved path near a giant body because inherent in theTimescape is greater velocity in that vicinity.
But is this true here at home? Can we see evidence of the Timescape and faster velocities on curved paths right where we are?
Johann Bernoulli in 1696 showed that the curve along which a particle will slide down under the force of gravity in the SHORTEST POSSIBLE TIME is a cycloid curve and NOT a straight line. This was known as the Brachistochrone problem.
So we live in a Timescape which has inherent in its fabric differing rates of time and thus differing velocities.
In water, it is the tiny particles flowing at different speeds which move to form vortices, bounding surfaces and shapes. In the Timescape, it is PURE motion, time passing at different rates that creates vortices and gravitation.
In both water and the Timescape different wavelenghts intermingle with one another, forming patterns and structures purely out of movement.
I hope you have enjoyed my thoughts.
January 16, 2012