What Light Is (Not)

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What Light Is (Not)

Post by nothing » Wed Feb 12, 2020 6:23 pm

Light is not a particle, nor a wave, nor a duality (?) of the two.

Light is merely the behavior of a perturbed medium whose "speed" is merely a rate of induction.

An analogy of this is any source-disturbance upon a face of water:
the water being the medium, the source-disturbance being any instigation
causing the medium to produce a rippling outward, in all directions, indiscriminate.

Light also behaves in this manner: the source-disturbance being the source of light
which produces a constant 'rate of induction' such to "disturb" the medium at that rate,
whereas the medium is, to use an existing term, the ether. If this begs inquiry
as to what the ether is: aside from apparently being the most 'evil' word to modern-day "scientists",
it is simply the medium upon (and through) which lies (and ultimately relies) all phenomena in/of the physical universe.
It is compactly the inverse of space: counter-space, the capacitance of which increases as the space decreases
(opposite of what one may intuit) thus is the practical negation of it. This causes an inversion of the dimensional relationship between time and space: whereas in the "real" universe, there are 3 spacial and 1 temporal dimensions, in the "ethereal" counter-part there are 3 temporal and 1 spacial. This symmetry serves as the basis of actual and potential (ie. animation and energy).

Light thus does not have a universal "speed", but merely a default "rate of induction"
which is merely perceived as "traveling" relative to observation of it. In reality, it is
the observer that is moving in relation to light, according to the gravity
(ie. displacement) of the body of the same. This is generally true in any such medium.

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Re: What Light Is (Not)

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Wed Feb 12, 2020 9:07 pm

nothing wrote:
Wed Feb 12, 2020 6:23 pm
Light is not a particle, nor a wave, nor a duality (?) of the two.

Light is merely the behavior of a perturbed medium whose "speed" is merely a rate of induction.

An analogy of this is any source-disturbance upon a face of water:
the water being the medium, the source-disturbance being any instigation
causing the medium to produce a rippling outward, in all directions, indiscriminate.

Light also behaves in this manner: the source-disturbance being the source of light
which produces a constant 'rate of induction' such to "disturb" the medium at that rate,
whereas the medium is, to use an existing term, the ether. If this begs inquiry
as to what the ether is: aside from apparently being the most 'evil' word to modern-day "scientists",
it is simply the medium upon (and through) which lies (and ultimately relies) all phenomena in/of the physical universe.
It is compactly the inverse of space: counter-space, the capacitance of which increases as the space decreases
(opposite of what one may intuit) thus is the practical negation of it. This causes an inversion of the dimensional relationship between time and space: whereas in the "real" universe, there are 3 spacial and 1 temporal dimensions, in the "ethereal" counter-part there are 3 temporal and 1 spacial. This symmetry serves as the basis of actual and potential (ie. animation and energy).

Light thus does not have a universal "speed", but merely a default "rate of induction"
which is merely perceived as "traveling" relative to observation of it. In reality, it is
the observer that is moving in relation to light, according to the gravity
(ie. displacement) of the body of the same. This is generally true in any such medium.
No serious disagreement, I covered something similar in another thread. The speed of light in a (near)perfect vacuum leaves light as the only source to be measured thus leaving it as self referencing.

The self referentiality of light necessitates it as not only having a constant speed but whatever speeds of light observed existing as measured against another source of light. Light would be both instantaneous and have multiple speeds.

Historically the speed of light has been found to change, but what is failed to be mentioned is that the light measured as change must be seen relative to another source of light.

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Re: What Light Is (Not)

Post by Impenitent » Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:41 pm

light depends on gravity

-Imp

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Re: What Light Is (Not)

Post by commonsense » Sat Feb 15, 2020 5:28 pm

Impenitent wrote:
Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:41 pm
light depends on gravity

-Imp
More gravity, less light.

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Re: What Light Is (Not)

Post by Impenitent » Sat Feb 15, 2020 7:50 pm

commonsense wrote:
Sat Feb 15, 2020 5:28 pm
Impenitent wrote:
Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:41 pm
light depends on gravity

-Imp
More gravity, less light.
same light, just bent out of sight

-Imp

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