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Electric and magnetic fields amuse and amaze as they travel along beside us in time’s embrace, frozen upon our present. Then, when escaping as a photon, their timeless journey begins, stuck atop one of the Planck frames of our world, out to becoming our past, out into some other future somewhere far away. Someone whispers E=hf. Why do these fields stick to us in our present yet have the capability to latch onto the flow of time, flying away as a photon? How do photons go immediately from zero to the speed of time? These are fundamental questions to be answered.
Perhaps Time is already moving out of everything at the speed of time (C) while pushing us down upon earth, revealing its escaping acceleration away from the time drag of the proton’s mass, placing a “t-squared” fulcrum in many equations.
The earth is a magic tune-ball. See all the music around you: trees, flowers and millions of other forms. Do you get the sense we are sitting upon a large, round antenna that is echoing information that is converging down upon our surroundings from the entire universe (and others’ pasts). I didn’t think so. Well then, stare upon a praying mantis for a few minutes and you may begin to see that it is a projected image.
Listen to how time’s music operates. Utilizing a 5-4-1 progression, it radiates out to space from the 5. Then it modulates its center from 5 to 4 to 1. In this way does it release photons. There is much energy in those notes. The brain is its listening device with perfect hearing. Just as in music, the brain senses the changes coming from out of the structure of time, before its time.
Speculation is food for future paradigms, no matter how it may taste now
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Berman, B. (2016). The dual nature of electromagnetism. PHILICA.COM Observation number 99.