Relative Light Speeds. Yeah! I Said It!


Went away for awhile and now I’m back. Why? No one is reading this stuff. I guess I do it because I have to. All right, let’s move on.

If everything is infinitely relatively diverse then there can be no absolutes. Not even the speed of light. To understand why you have to understand light’s evolution. Light, like everything else, evolves at relatively different rates of speed and it seems fast although it expands slowly. Look, just think about a star and how—actually, just twinkle twinkle yourself inside.

A star expands due to a nuclear reaction. When it expands it moves forward in the race. It’s that Aesop getdown. Slow and steady and all of that jazz. Now get this they expand away from us. That’s why they have to glow brighter and brighter. Each time the star nuclear reacts it sends out a large burst of vapor in 360 degrees. Our sun does this as well. We feel it as heat. Now think about how many nuclear reactions have to occur so that we feel that constant beat of the sun. The crazy absurd contradiction that is light causes the sun to expand slowly very rapidly.

Well, relatively speaking one star can die when it’s the size of a golf ball and the other when it’s the size of a bowling ball. Due to the expanding infinite relativity of space we cannot comprehensively determine the rates of speed. This is why we think light is the fastest thing out there. But when you grab just two stars you can see that their light travels at relatively different speeds due to their relatively different expansions. Stars have to expand in these relatively different ways, if they did not our solar system and everything around it would seem to exist inside of a massive star. Our sky would be filled with a ridiculously radiant white light 24/7/365. It would be unbearable. But it’s actually what’s really going on. When a star begins to lose mass its light speed slows. Just think of a star’s lifespan like a balloon being blown up and then deflated. If you were standing a hundred yards from the balloon you would best see it during its inflated stage which is the apex of its maturation. Everything in the universe possesses a maturation apex, even rocks, even you and even ping pong tables.


Okay, brave ones, let’s forge on. I think we may exist inside of a massive star. If you dig what I’m saying about how light speed is also relative since a star’s mass expands as it advances deeper into space then what you’re really jiving on is that stars behave like pseudo-comets. Now if there are an infinite number of stars in the sky, all of relatively different sizes, then really they are just infinite points of light all moving in the same relative direction, radiating together. What are they radiating into? Space of course. We’re just an infinite expanding star composed of infinite points of light. Now here’s where it gets really tricky. We don’t split into another “cell” we just expand via an incredible nuclear reaction. This nuclear reaction is our battle with the sun. This is to prep Venus and Mercury for their new fate as Earth and Moon. That’s why she’s got all those burning hot layers and she’s always peeking at us. And then there’s that slick cat Mercury (cooler than Venus, although he’s staring right into the sun), he looks almost identical to our moon, he’s even got that whole dipolar steez going. And let’s not forget that both of these oddballs orbit the sun retrograde.

The expansion happens when we win the battle and vaporize the sun sending it back into space to create more stars. Now we’re not the only solar system out there, that means that there are countless other sun/planet duels taking place. Since there is no real center of the universe all of these battles are seeming nuclear reactions because as we know wherever you or anything is is the center of it all. That includes a single cookie crumb on your desk. The universe is like a pot of boiling water. When the bubbles pop they send water vapor into the air. This vapor is essentially expanding away from the pot via all of these relatively different sized nuclear reactions. Our universe expands the same way via an infinite number of relatively different sized nuclear reactions. Remember, infinity possesses no center, but then again it does due to it’s infinite nature. I know, I know, you hate me for this Riddler jive. Sorry, it’s not me, it’s the universe.

Now our planet will have to expand to a ridiculous size to battle our big bad sun. We’re already seeing some minute, itsy bitsy signs with global warming. The planet has to warm in order to expand. Yes, we add to this warming, but no matter how much we pollute the planet will do what it has to do regardless. It’s us and all other life who suffer big time. Our atmosphere may end up looking like Jupiter’s.

You know what? While we’re in the neighborhood let’s just knock this out:


Pollution is really just burnt death. Fossil fuels are composed of what were once living organisms. When you burn them you are basically killing the dead. Explains those black clouds and that smell and why breathing so much of it kills us. It’s like the literal Reaper. Sorry, Halloween’s around the corner. Had to drop that in. What’s more is the fact that it is visible nothing. It hangs in the air like a ghost because that is essentially what it is. Think about it—fuel is death, we burn death and the vapor invades our atmosphere. It is harmful because it is like zombie vapor. Now anyone who has ever seen a zombie flick knows just how tough it is to kill zombies. Sounds a little far-fetched, huh? Just wait a few million years and see what happens to the fossilized versions of us. Imagine what kind of disastrous fuel will be wrought from our petrified matter. Actually, whatever creature we evolve into should be well past this fossil fuel business. Something tells me the new clean energy source will come from the poles. Just don’t know how we’re gonna do it yet. But i don’t we should sit on our hands. Yeah, I’m talking to you western countries, China’s like our sacrificial lamb, I don’t know how much more damage that poor place can take.

Oh, and some of you may wonder if our incubating star will ever supernova (again). The answer is yes because our universe bangs all the time.


I like air because as we know everything vaporizes, even steel (check those girders that hold up your building two-billion years from now). Everything vaporizes into thin air but it does not break down to absolutely nothing. Nothing breaks down to nothing Look at a puff of smoke, it seems to billow then disappear. But it really doesn’t go anywhere, it’s just being rapidly broken down into the deep space right in front of your face. That incredibly deep space that you cannot see. Hold a finger close to your eye. Your eye lashes begin to flutter like you’re looking into the sun and your finger is a blurry mess. Air reduces everything to this. Within our atmosphere literally exists everything that ever was and everything that ever will be. This magnificent vapor is what shapes mountain ranges, it ages you; along with it’s fraternal twin sister water it provides evolution’s power. It’s kind of like The Matrix. Life has to radiate, die, vaporize and go back to where it came to provide the energy that powers evolution. But the only way to get the vapor moving about the atmosphere is through radiant and diverse life. We literally burn in so many different ways because if we just sat there our vapor would just sit there. As we move about we move it about. We do this a few ways, we exhaust our own (when you perspire you’re radiating at the speed of light, well, relatively). We also move the vapor that is around us as we breathe it in and let it out or by just merely occupying space.

This seemingly invisible vapor can become dense,and when it does it feels like a brick wall and it can travel at ridiculous speeds. Speed that we can interpret and comprehend. Light-speed is still too abstract a concept for many of us to really wrap our heads around. We think it’s nothing, but it indeed is a whole lot of something as it exists in everything as it composes everything. Magnify a section of steel two-billion times and you will see nothing but a deep black abyss. Don’t believe me? Check out your bones.


Water is nothing but air with two little bits of hydrogen, the same substance that makes up 92 percent of our sun’s volume, and it’s a pretty powerful substance. It seems more dense and is just as transparent as air. But when it gets together with all of its homeboys it turns dark. Why? Oh yeah, that ‘nothing’ business again. The deeper the recess the darker the water. It flips the bird to light. Ain’t so fast now are you. Wrap a friend in Saran wrap to see the same effect. Make sure you cut him a few holes though. Two to breathe and if you’re a really good friend one to—well, you know.


Our constant vaporization interlocks us with the atmosphere. It’s kind of like this or the picture below:


Radiance behaves just like the teeth of a gear, just a 360 degree spherical one. Also, notice how as soon as we emerge from our mothers we start our journey right back to where we came from. Back to nothing. But not really. That zero can be broken down too. Also, chew on this, we actually start on this journey as soon as the egg is fertilized. Or maybe even before that or maybe before that or—damn this stuff is tricky.


First off, how does this something exist in nothing? Anybody? Okay, moving on. Here’s a cool possibility. What if carbon dioxide is a dense collection of vapor of an infinite origin? In essence carbon dioxide consists of the spirit of everything. Because of this too much of it is harmful (kind of like when we burn those fossil fuels). Good thing we have those beautiful trees to break it down. When we breathe it in and it sticks to our dense cranial matter we become inspired. Kind of like getting high, but much more powerful because it steers evolution. Evolution is intelligence because it consists of intelligence. Every last infinite drop of it. Air, like everything else, also evolves. The air you breathe is different than the air your great great great grandfather breathed. Hell, the air you’re breathing now is different than your last breath. Yeah, evolution happens every fraction of a fraction of fraction of fraction of a (you get it, it’s infinite) second.

Here you go again. I was just about to go with you and now you go back to this new age bull—

Hey, easy, just think about it. Here, let me help. First, BOOM! Your dead. In the coffin, six feet down in the dirt. Time elapses, your flesh vaporizes. More time elapses the coffin vaporizes as do your bones. But as we know none of this breaks down to nothing it goes right back into the earth. Okay so all of your bits are now being moved about the earth via several different methods. Even if your essence is under earth it will eventually surface as the soil radiates away from the planet’s core as does everything that grows or evolves on this planet. Okay, so it’s your vapor’s turn in the sun. It finally surfaces as grass or a tree or any number of relatively diverse life forms. For the sake of this bit we’ll say it’s a tree. So now you exist in a tree. A tree that is dying or radiating. Now bits of you are going here and bits there along with the “dead” bits of everything else. Perhaps these bits group together in dense units to create that harmful, but necessary ingredient to the great nothing that powers us. Some call this great nothing God. If you’re a non-believer don’t be alarmed. It’s just a word that describes a naturally occurring phenomenon. It’s no different than the words ‘wind’ or ‘air.’


As children we wonder about everything around us that is why we constantly ask questions. As we grow we get answers to some of these questions but they only lead to more questions and once we receive answers to those we have more questions and the process continues until we breathe our last breath because we can never know everything. Our inquisitive mind is our own personal universe. Our thoughts seem to occupy our brains, but the impetus for them exists outside. The universe behaves in the same way. Everything expands away from everything else so all we can do is wonder what is out there. Thing is, we will never know. No matter how advanced we become we will never reach the end of the universe because there is no end just as there was no beginning. This wonder also manifests itself as love. A nebulous emotion we all desire, but cannot really explain.

Our thoughts are just like binary code. There are somethings (1) and nothings (0). This very post you are reading may appear to consist of text, pictures and video, but it’s actually just a series of ones and zeros. Just like the universe and everything in it.


It is easy to discern the details of one person standing alone. Get a million people crammed together and making out the details becomes impossible. Dump some more people on top of them and it just becomes a relatively diverse mess. The only way to make out the shapes of objects and to determine the nature of their animation is via space or nothing. I know, this one is even too abstract for me. Since a picture is worth a thousand blog posts I’ll spare you any more of my blathering, just check this out. You can also go outside and look at clouds, they form infinitely relatively diverse shapes and the cool bit is that they are literally water ghosts.


The Backwards Race

Okay, the track is space, the cars light. Now imagine yourself chasing these cars from a few feet away from the last car. Also imagine that the headlights are on. Sorry, I couldn’t find a video of a nighttime backwards race.

Light subverts time and space because it moves ridiculously fast in 360 degrees of time and space.

What the…

I know, a little bit much, but check it out—as a star’s mass increases and it expands away from us its light radiates into the future (where it is headed) and back to the past (where it came from). By doing this it is pulling a relativity destroying trick. To us its light seems fixed. Just go outside tonight, look up, the star on your left could be light-years away and billions of miles deeper in space than the star on the right, but they do not seem to drastically vary in size due to their relatively different rates of expansion. It is almost as if they are working in collusion to keep this whole charade going. All this stuff seems complicated, but it’s all just infinite relative diversity at work. And then there’s our moon and sun. They illuminate our sky and appear to be relatively the same size, but they trump all of those other “night lights,” many of which are much much larger than our sun.

The Flashlight
Okay, I have a flashlight that’s light grows brighter as I back away from the object I am illuminating. If it adjusts itself perfectly with my movement the light’s luminance will seem the same to the object. It will not get brighter or dimmer. But to me the light will become ridiculously bright the more and more I move back. See what’s happening here, the light moves away from the object it illuminates but adjusts to trick the object into believing it’s staying in one place. Now there will come a point where the light bulb in my flashlight will reach the apex of it’s maturity after which it will begin to dim as I move backwards or it could burn so hot that it explodes. Therefore the lifesapan of my flaslight’s bulb could be this:

0 1 2 3 4 5

I arbitrarily picked 5, it could be 8, or 15 or three-thousand-billion. When the light begins to dim it goes backward like this:

5 4 3 2 1 0

Back to nothing where it came from. Or it could just explode like this:

0 1 2 3 4 5 BANG!!! 0

The thing to remember is that it starts at zero and always goes back to zero. Now don’t let the numbers confuse you. If you must, view the star’s lifespan like this:

0 1 1 1 1 1 BANG! 0

Better? Numbers are just symbols used to group objects via quantification but as you know there is no limit to the infinite diversity in our universe therefore quantification is moot. Here, check out this string of stars:

0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 and then on and on and on and on

Yeah, I know, looks like binary code. Well, that’s how the universe does it’s thing. It cleverly makes more stars from nothing because as I say over and over again on every one of these meandering posts, nothing is something. Hey, but don’t blame me, blame my boy Georg Cantor or to go a little further back—that bit about a few loaves and fishes feeding many.

Don’t let the religious stuff scare you my science-loving friends. The cool little bit about the Bible is that it was written to be interpreted. They understood all of this heady physics stuff back then they just had to find a way to explain the universal phenomena in a way the people of the time could understand it? Look, just imagine explaining to a person from the 19th century how to buy train tickets online. Just think about it. Hell, leave a comment detailing how you would do it.

Dude, you would need readers first.

Hey, a little delusion never hurt anybody. Oh, and for my God-loving friends, I’m not dismissing the divine providence bit. Just reread all that stuff I wrote about nothing.

You mean they have to reread this entire blog?

Real funny guy, real funny.


Here’s something trippy for you. You can see the sun in all of its glory, but it cannot see you. If you were standing on the sun and looked back to our planet you wouldn’t see nothing but a speck of light, but you can walk outside on any random Tuesday and look up and see the big guy in his entirety. Hell, you can even hold your tiny little hand up to block him out. Same holds true for the moon, the stars and any of the other celestial bodies you can see by simply looking up. Relativity may be tricking us, but sometimes it helps us get a leg up on some of these so-called “massive” objects.


Look up in the sky. Start making shapes with the stars. Try to make a circle or square. No matter how hard you try you cannot do it. You can only make a bunch of relatively diverse triangles and even crazier you can make enough of them to completely map out the dome that encompasses you. Three-sided imperfect shapes breaking down seeming perfection. Now, there’s another twist. Those shapes your eyes make (and they do it very easily, you can almost “see” the shape) do not really exist. Each point in the trinity occupies different depths of space. They do not exist in the vertical/horizontal dimension your eyes perceive them. They actually possess an infinite range of relative dimensions, all triangular in nature. Triangulate a street light with two stars to get a better idea of what’s really going on. Hell, triangulate three street lights to get an even better ides.

What you are witnessing when you conduct these experiments is that universal jaggedness I’m always on about. Notice how our beloved spheres move. They dart around from point to point making an infinite number of relative triangles in space.

One more for the road:

Pass a finger back-and-forth in front of your eyes. There is no way for you to smoothly track it. Now if you hold the finger in front of your face and move your head as you move your finger you can. By doing this your finger and head seem to be staying in one place. Same effect occurs inside one of these:

Spectators outside see this:

And that’s all you really need to know about anything. Okay, I’m done for the night. Gonna go back outside and triangulate me some more stars.

Gear photo courtesy of this person.


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