(March, 1999)

By Noel Huntley, Ph.D.

Not only do we have the experimental psychologist's optical illusions which are well recognised but we have illusions related to the physics of light phenomena itself, which are not recognised, in particular, the erroneous evaluations that light speed is constant and that it is limited to around 186,000 mps. These celebrated conclusions have encroached on our way of thinking about the universe and stifled developments towards a more advanced science. (In all fairness we should state that the results are correct if we take the context of the third dimension--relativity is still third-dimensional--but the third dimension is in the context of the fourth dimension, and now the illusions are apparent.)

It is interesting to note that an occasional philosopher, such as the renowned Ouspensky, has questioned the validity of the light velocity limitation. An intuitive statement by Ouspensky was to the effect that light was instantaneous but suggesting that within this 'tube' of instantaneous light, rays of light travelled at 186,000 mps.

In terms of our 4D physics given in other articles, on the basis of the hierarchy and that there is no fundamental separation between any region, particle, object, or ray, the visible light spectrum would be 'carried' by other spectrums of higher frequency light of increasing velocity up to instantaneousness. We simply select from this range, as per quantum reduction (see other articles), a compatible level of feed back governed by the mode of observation--our physical eyes or instruments of technology. (This also explains the 'gauge invariance' phenomenon that gives rise to the illusion that light velocity is constant for all observers.)

Thus the visible light spectrum of natural entities, such as the Sun is not disconnected and not acting truly linearly. It will come into 3D existence both nonlinearly and then--and simultaneously--propagate across space by the (surface) ripple effect.

Our 3D space, including the vacuum, has a high hysteresis (high random and out-of-phase energies). This means it is composed of minute quantum states. It takes light sometime to propagate (186,000 mps) through a medium in which each point of space is separated (uncorrelated) due to different activity. This is infinitely slow compared with instantaneity. This is because the quantum states are minute. Scientists have conducted experiments to produce larger quanta. For example, Terry Clark in England produced a quantum state about half a centimeter in diameter using a Josephson junction in a ring. This means a signal will travel instantaneously around the ring. Much larger quantum states have since been researched. Such systems are instantaneous because they are holistic, which means all inherent parts are in resonance, giving rise to one whole wave or oscillation.

In relevance to this, if spacetime were more correlated (coherent, in-phase) electromagnetic waves would travel proportionately faster. Imagine, say, a region of space a metre across and that the energy activity within this space is correlated, that is, fluctuations, oscillations, motions are coherent. This space would act as one quantum state. A beam of light travelling at 186,000 mps entering this region would immediately propagate instantaneously across this region of space.

Our existing, normally detectable, space is completely uncorrelated, and this defines 3D space. Now envisage just a degree of coherence; light would travel proportionately faster compared with uncorrelated space. Thus these spacetime states, which are more harmonious, are hyperspaces. The velocity at which light travels depends on the nature of spacetime. The more correlated it is, the faster light propagates.

It is supposed to be a scientific fact that light from a very distant galaxy is revealing the state of that galaxy far into the past. For example, a galaxy known to be billions of light years away (the distance light travels at 186,000 mps for billions of years) is being seen as it was billions of years ago. Unfortunately as more distant galaxies are discovered (for example, ones around 11 billion light years away) the time it takes light to reach us (according to light speed) is so great that they didn't exist then. So how can we see them?

The answer is that the light of the galaxy is much more recent. Light is propagating at different velocities throughout the universe according to the vortices it is traversing. Between galaxies the velocity will be in the region of instantaneous. Space is hyperspace due to the nonexistence of the lower part of the hierarchical spectrum, that is, there are relatively no atomic vibrations, or planetary or star frequencies, only the very high frequency of the universe entity plus frequencies of galaxy groupings such as cluster and super-cluster entities.

This internally-propagated nonlinear light intersects with the 'surface' spacetime condition, which if 3D, as in our familiar space, will transduce to lower frequencies, for example, the visible spectrum, and propagate linearly. Within the galaxy are also the frequency spectrums of stars, star constellations, planets, and around planets, in particular, molecules and atoms. Thus 3D space exists within much of the galaxy, though space will vary in dimensions, giving rise to variations in light speed as it travels through star vortices and planet vortices. (We hardly need state that the Michelson-Morley experiment would fail to detect this.)

What about light propagation within the solar system? With the above theory, the Sun, as a white hole, would be emitting high-frequency (invisible) light. The whole of the solar system is a high-frequency oscillation and vortex, and acts on the 3D space simultaneously throughout this vortex oscillation. As covered in other articles, these higher frequencies are higher-dimensional and come in nonlinearly at right angles to 3D space, causing visible light ripples along space but interacting with its nonlinear component as it (the nonlinear component) transduces into 3D space, causing in turn linear ripples, etc.* This means that although we might measure the velocity of one of these wavelets of light entering our eye, it may have been generated (quantum reduced) from the nonlinear component right there in front of the eye or instrument, or at any point in space throughout the solar system. This means the light was received almost instantly from the Sun even though we measured its speed as 186,000 mps.

Now if we extend this argument to all other vortices throughout the galaxy it does not mean that light will be instantaneous from the distant galaxy. The light rays have to repeatedly transduce in frequencies from one vortex to another--this takes a little time (note that this is also the time it takes advanced spacecrafts to travel--that is, the time to change frequency in interdimensional travel).

With artificial sources of light the vortices or white holes involved are minute, for example, the centre of atoms and electrons, and essentially only the linear ripples may propagate through space (compared with the Sun's vortex which engulfs the whole solar system).

We might wish to note that, as with visible light, a 3D object such as a rocket ship, or spacecraft of inferior design, cannot pass between galaxies--in fact cannot exist in physical form. The spectrum of frequency of the ether in this space, corresponding to the 3D entity, is not present. For the craft it would be like striking a high resistance or density as it moved from galactic space to intergalactic space, that is, as it left the galaxy.


*This would also apply to the infra red rays from the Sun. They would also be created by this interaction of the nonlinear component with the linear component. This means that heat would be generated in space and that the centre of the Sun may not be hot, but is a (mainly) white hole of higher frequencies (some intelligent channelled sources claim that spacecrafts can enter the Sun--however, this may be in the astral frequency band).

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