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Proof of something being faster than light #6974
01/08/2019 03:05 AM
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Newton always said it that something was faster than light and he was a christian also perhaps with some mental problems but he believed that something could really be faster than light so i thought about it for a while and had some theories but this logical conclusion came the closest, when energy itself was created, wouldn`t it need to be created faster than it`s own speed in order not to burn out? Exactly, if you create energy from nothing it speeds of creation needs to be faster than the creation of energy itself for not to turn out in the process, what do you think about this theory so far?

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How can you determine that if you need light to see? Paradoxon right there!

This is ridiculous. These scientists are just too sure of themselves. People make mistakes. Don't take science too seriously. Science can only be as good as the people.

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Re: Proof of something being faster than light [Re: frankie85] #7140
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Originally Posted by frankie85
Newton always said it that something was faster than light and he was a christian also perhaps with some mental problems but he believed that something could really be faster than light so i thought about it for a while and had some theories but this logical conclusion came the closest, when energy itself was created, wouldn`t it need to be created faster than it`s own speed in order not to burn out? Exactly, if you create energy from nothing it speeds of creation needs to be faster than the creation of energy itself for not to turn out in the process, what do you think about this theory so far?


In order to burn out, it WOULD have to go faster than it's own speed.
Faster than it's own speed? Faster but shorter

Light?

I had already shown that it does in maths. It is called the Transient.

When you switch on a light this is the moment it will blow because the energy in front is sooner and greater than the energy behind.
Without this energy in front, nothing will move,

To push a car from standstill the transient force pushes more energy from rest to get the car moving.
The source I think has potential energy stored into it??? Cannot remember.

So it is NOT faster but may have been created SOONER. It literally means that it is a jump start. It changes to the same value of energy when motion or movement occurs but it is always in front.

A computer power supply will last longer if it remains switched on, rather than switching it off and on.

Energy CAN be faster than light, but you are mixing things up. As I said sooner...not faster. Ever heard of current lag? (amps)
In Christianity there cannot be no good without evil. Good is not faster than evil or maybe it was created first?

You can be good or extra good not FASTER GOOD. Goods is good as it does not mean that better good was created before lesser good.

Look at your right angle triangle. The points meet up but one angle can be greater than the other. Not faster because then the triangle would not close. Cos60= Sine 30 Not Sine 30=Sine 60 For one to go faster, the other must slow down. Try it with your triangle. Increase one angle and see how the other angle decreases. Try a BIGGER triangle and still the angles are the same.

Better still wind up your clock with a super spring and make it go faster. The hands will turn quicker but it will slow down quicker. It can only go faster as that which shines twice as bright will last as half as long. Get your space ship and speed it up and it will burn out quicker than if it was slower and will STILL travel the same distance.
Then it will stop at the depletion of it's total energy. The energy is neither faster or slower but constant based on the hysteresis of it's capacity

I think what you are trying to say is that energy has more potential that what we can see by our instrumentation and the ability to INCREASE itself by feeding more into itself

Who started this????????




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