Prediction

  • Posted by Andy on October 18, 2023 at 3:18 pm

    This will be the first tangible prediction in support of my views.

    Minimum Motion: c≅0 (non-absolute)

    Maximum Motion: c^2≅1 (non-absolute)

    This is our relative range of motion. As you can see, c is 0, and we can move all the way up to c^2. Matter is already traveling inward at c^2. 0 and 1 are relative markers, which is different from |0| and |1|.

    My prediction is simple.

    Particle entanglement occurs at the maximum state of motion, c^2, so not quite instantaneous.

    This will eventually be discovered experimentally.

    But the cool thing is, c^2 is the forward limit of motion, not C. C is the opposite direction. No idea how to exploit it, but it’s likely possible.

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