Time is relative, orbits are not.

If we could travel the speed of light, we wouldn’t age. “One percent of the speed of light would still be awfully fast, seven million miles per hour. It would take a little over a second to get from Los Angeles to New York. This is more than 10,000 times faster than a commercial jet,” according to Curious Kids U.S. As a passenger we would only age a second but the distance (orbit) from Los Angeles to New York remains the same no matter our speed.

SCIENCE: The faster we move through three dimensions of space, the slower we move through the fourth dimension of time. And vice versa, the slower we move through the three dimensions of space, the faster we move through the fourth dimension of time.

That makes time dependent on relative motion or position and thus time becomes an illusion, something we cannot see clearly. Distance or orbit (two points in space) is absolute and the speed of light (186,282 miles per second) is an absolute constant. I would suggest that together they form an absolute orbital sphere of space and time for our universe. However, everyone and everything in this universal sphere moves in its own orbit of energy and mass position– some of which we can see.

Perhaps in our spiritual existence we move fast as or even faster than the speed of light; so fast, time is immediate and we do not age. In the physical world we can only move slower than the speed of light. The slower we move in space the faster we age. We do not see it or even try to measure it because it is so small in the grand scheme of things. But we, as energy and mass, are always moving converse to space-time to equal the absolute sphere. You know, what Einstein said, the faster we move through the three dimensions of space the slower we move through the fourth dimension of time and visa versa.

SCRIPTURE: Abraham seemed to know this. He also knew that the closer to the center (black hole) of a galaxy the more gravity and the faster the energy/mass motion in space converse to slower time. Pearl of Great Price, Abraham 3:4 “And the Lord said unto me [Abraham], … that Kolob [black hole?] was after the manner [motion/position?] of the Lord, according to its times [space-time?] and season in the revolutions [distance/orbits?] thereof; that one revolution was a day unto the Lord, after his manner of reckoning [space-time?] , it being one thousand years according to the time appointed unto that whereon thou standest [a solar system further out?]. This is the reckoning of the Lord’s time, according to the reckoning of Kolob [gravity pull?].”

The stars are in somewhat like a bike race within their positions. Stars closer to the center travel faster but age slower and stars in positions further out conversely travel slower but age faster. We know all stars basically travel in their own position and space-time but cover the same distance, orbit. This is probably because when their motion increases their time slows or conversely their motion slows their time increases but remaining the same total.

If we could see not only position but also time, the bikers would start and finish together. The only difference is the further the biker is from the gravity center the more the biker ages. Somewhat like a person that lives on the bottom floor of a high-rise closer to the gravity pull of the earth ages slower than a person on the top floor but they remain in the same building. It is just hard to measure those nanoseconds.

Time is an illusion, physical aging and entropy sadly seem to not be, at least in the physical universe motion through space-time.

Abraham many centuries before Einstein knew time is relative but orbits are not. In the physical universe the mass motion through space slows as the time through space speeds up which causes normal matter’s aging and entropy.



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