Andrew's Theory's and Thoughts
All of these thoughts are my opinions, none of them are facts, and I'm not trying to say that your beliefs are wrong or right. Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs, and everyone should respect others beliefs, even if they don't agree with them. Most of these thoughts were derived by my own thinking, but a few were influenced by another source. These thoughts are in no way meant to anger anyone.
1) Without motion and energy, there would be no time; Time is measured by the movement of an object.
2) If you are traveling exactly at the speed of light, time will keep moving on as everyone knows it, including you, but you wont see yourself, you'll see what was going on in the place where you currently are the moment you hit the speed of light.
X (I disagree with my old theorem) 3) As you gradually increase speed, things get blurrier and harder to see, until you reach a certain point, the point of light as I will refer to it. At that point, which is halfway between standing still and 186,000 miles a second, the way you see things will quit getting faster, and at that exact point, start to slow down, even though you are traveling faster.
4) If you travel faster than the speed of light, one of two things could happen: You might see things in reverse as they happened in the past, which in my mind is doubtful, or there would be absolute darkness, because no light would be able to keep up with you.
5) If you are traveling at the exact speed of light, and you have a light of some sort on board, when you turn it on, you wont see it, but it will turn on, and you wont see the light it emits, but there will be light.
6) Even if you did travel faster than light, you would age the same, and time would be the same. The speed is the only thing that would change.
7) Like breaking the sound barrier, if someone ever breaks the light barrier, there would be a bright flash of light.
8) There could be creatures that move much quicker than us, and live much shorter lives than us, but their lives would be the same as ours; they could get just as much accomplished. Vise Virsa with slow creatures, too
9) Our universe could just be an atom in a whole other world of giants, and inside our atoms, there could be a tiny universe. Or, our galaxies could be atoms loosely packed in a mass of atoms in the giants world, but we cant say who is giants and who is small, because chances are that we aren't the middle standard, if this is true.
10) Being re-written
11) Nothing in the future is made in a set course, and everything is changeable. There is no such thing as destiny or fate. Once again, it is something we make ourselves believe so we will be comforted with the thought that things were made to happen. Nothing will have a reason or happen, unless an outside force influences it.
12) There has to be something that can breach the 4th dimension of time, and be anywhere at once.
13) It is a known fact that the color black absorbs light, so a light particle must go slower than it's once thought constant of 186,000 miles per second when it is being slowed to a halt on a black object. This would disprove Albert Einstein's theory that light cannot go faster or slower than its constant.
14) If we could combine a light molecule with the element of copper or some other metal, it is possible that we could make a ship made of copper-light compound that could travel at the speed of light with light itself as its engine.
15) Science tells us that the smallest thing in the universe is an atom, but I disagree. It is proven that an atom is made of protons, electrons, and neutrons, so wouldn't any of those be smaller than the atom itself?
16) If you roll a ball on the ground, it slows and eventually slows and stops, because of a force called gravity. Using that same idea, ray of light enters the earth's atmosphere, it too must be slowed and eventually stopped by gravity. This would disprove Einstein's theory that light is a constant speed, just like theorem 13.
17) If you have a source of light, lets just say a lamp, and you move your hand toward it, the collision of your hand and the light creates a force greater than the speed of light. If that force could be used to propel an object, be would have something that could travel faster than the speed of light. If you put two lamps facing one and another, their collision force would be twice the speed of light.
18) Nothing that we see or feel, touch, taste, or hear can be proven. We rely on these five senses to examine the outside world as we know it, but all five of these senses can deceive us. Even things that people consider facts are actually theories or opinions, because the way we claim they are facts could be wrong. The term "fact" describes something that must be true, because one or more of our senses tell us that. If these senses are wrong, then it cannot be a true, and it cannot be a fact.
19) The brain, or the process of thought, should be considered a sense. Imagine if someone couldn't use any of their five senses. They wouldn't know anything of the outside world, but they would be conscious of their body, due to the weight of it. They could still move, therefor they could think. The brain controls all movement. If they held their arm out in front of them for long enough, they wouldn't feel any heat or touch, but they could feel fatigue. Their heart would beat, and they would breathe, all controlled by the brain. A person without any of their five senses wouldn't know much about anything, but he would know a little. This means that the brain, or thought, should be a sense. The little that they figure out about life would be due to thought. Another example in a normal person is with math. Once someone learns the rules of addition, they might try to solve a problem: 24
We know the answer is 31, of course, but how can we figure out in "fact" (see prior theorem) that that is the answer? We see the problem, but our brain, or thought tells us that it's the answer. A "fact" that is discovered by nothing except the mind. I guess skeptics that disbelieve in this theorem would say that the entire subject of math is nothing but E.S.P. (Extra Sensory Perception)
These Theories Copyright to Andrew Gustin, 1999 ®