Chapter 8
Wave Theory and Time, Space and Energy
(Continued — Page 6)

Einstein’s time
It is now appropriate to concentrate on Einstein’s concept of “every time - absolute time”. Einstein could not explain his idea clearly, because wave theory — the main link between all energy theories — was unavailable to him. Despite this, using his genius and intuition, he introduced quantum physics, as well as the concept of speeds greater than light serving as bridges (wormholes). Einstein could not explain his feeling, and neither he nor anyone else had the courage to declare that energetic matter, which he introduced in the equation E = mc2, is the basis of all matter. At that time, there was no energetic matter theory; now, wave theory explains these ideas easily. Wave theory proves that there are speeds greater than light and all of Einstein’s ideas.

The behaviour of energetic matter allows all phases to coexist in the same space without disturbing one another. Only neighbouring phases influence one another.

Energy (energetic matter), space and time are one. Wave theory introduces energetic matter — a single inflationary force — as the main creation of nature. Energetic matter creates wave formations and they, in turn, create everything.

We all feel that time seems like an eternity when waiting for something when under pressure. In such a hectic (high energy) state, our brains consume more energy, thus prolonging time. Another example would be the minds of the young compared to those of the elderly. In the same period of time, the young, whose brains have larger energetic capacities, can absorb more information than the elderly. Both of these examples serve to illustrate Einstein’s concepts of time.


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