Chapter 8 - Wave Theory and Time, Space and Energy

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Albert Einstein introduced the concept of time as the fourth dimension. In this chapter, I want to discuss the connection between time and energy.

The three media — time, space and energy — are waved together. Each has its own properties and behaviours, but one cannot exist without the others. Theoretically, each of them has neither beginning nor end, and they are all one entity. Nevertheless, they are changeable, depending on different phases of energetic matter in which they appear and decay together.

In space, different energy levels appear from time to time. Their activity brings about the appearance of swirls, which cause changes of time and space (phase transitions). The appearance of energetic activity causes the appearance of space, which causes the appearance of time. The “disappearance” of energy also means the disappearance of space and time. In theory, it is possible to say “No energy, no space, no time”, but it is impossible to describe the existence of space and time without energetic activity.

Energetic activity means space and time
In proportion to the increase in energetic activity, space is enlarged and time is prolonged - distended. Because energetic activity occurs in closed spiral rings (swirls, waves, quants), time, as in the other two media, appears in closed rings, which are similar to the energetic matter to which it belongs and depends upon. This means that time, as well as energy, appears as quants.

Wave theory provides a more natural explanation to Einstein’s general theory of relativity, in which he maintains that time curves in the spaces around stars and other massive objects and that at great velocities time is extended.

With greater clarity, wave theory maintains that a high-energy wave has a greater energetic periphery than a smaller wave, that energy rotates in a greater circuit and that time is extended. If energy is added to a defined space, time is also extended. For example, pulsars (neutron stars) lose their peripheral energy, causing them to rotate more rapidly; in other words, time decreases relative to the decrease in the space of energetic matter. Loss of energy means loss of time and space; an increase of energy means larger space and extended time. Thus, time depends on the amount of the energy and the space of a wave.

time =
energy X space
oscillation (frequency)

Because energy appears only in wave formations (swirls), we believe that time appears in the same form, in quants (energetic space), and proceeds together with energetic creation (masses). The phrase “Time is ticking away” in essence means that energy does away with time. Every phase has its time, after which its “genes” of energetic matter transfer to the next phase or to space.

In different energy formations, such as dark matter, communication is other than the velocity of light; Einstein’s wormholes are suitable velocities for such activities. In this phase, time is absolutely universal (Einstein’s postulate). Even when the distance is extremely large, time is slowed down to nearly zero. (See the chapter on the universe for a discussion of dark matter.)

Every energy formation can appear in different ways and different formations can appear in the same way. So, too, time, a creation of energetic matter, can be created in different ways. From this we can conclude that time, like energy, has its beginning (appearance) in every phase and also its decay into the next phase. Finally, absolute energetic space meets absolute time, and they reappear in other creations in all their phases. Together with energetic matter, time carries all its events, like genes.

Every object (wave) has its own time that changes together with its energetic matter, depending on phases. Loss of energy means loss of space, which also means a decrease of time and a transfer to a lower phase. Here the ticking of a new phase begins in a new wave formation, but with “old” energy and “remembered” time and properties. Wave theory concludes that in the highest phase, energetic matter comes in contact with energetic matter from all space and all time.

Energetic matter does not disappear. It transfers, with its time, to other phases, to other formations. Wave theory helps us understand Einstein’s time theory. For example, we know that from a few photons we can extrapolate a view of great stars and their times, compositions and other components.

Every energy level is created by its space and every space is proportional to its energetic activity and time.

space ~ energy and energy ~ space
energetic activity ~ time ~ space

Hence, we see that time in high-energy space is extended, because more energy is available. In a large space we have different energy swirls (waves), consisting of different times. Nature solves this problem ingeniously. In a large wave there are many smaller waves of various sizes. Each has its own space, energy and time, and they do not interfere with one another because the connections between them occur mainly between neighbours of identical phases and by dark matter. Spaces of energetic matter connect waves with their neighbours. There does not appear to be chaos because every wave is connected to and affects net space by its energy path. Energetic matter connects each wave to its neighbouring formations, which belong to greater formations, and so on. Together, they belong to the universe, with its defined space, energy and time.

The best relationships (connections) are obtained by waves at the same phase by signal vibrations of energetic matter. The higher the energy levels, the greater the space relationships. An atom reacts best to the same sort of atoms. Stars react to stars, galaxies to galaxies and universes to universes, but the best relationships are obtained with waves at the same phase. Waves can react to their neighbours’ phases, but the greater the difference between phases, the weaker the link between the formations.

Einstein likens the gravitation of the universe to a net. He also posits the concept of wormholes, which are wave connections between neighbouring phases and formations. Everything that happens in the universe is immediately transferred between waves by different methods. These are not static “ropes,” but sensitive energetic and magnetic paths (forces), influenced by every change in energetic levels. Communication between suitable waves is almost immediate, no matter what size the waves are. This is mainly by way of dark matter.

The universe is one big wave with a defined space that behaves like a wave with energetic properties. Changes in energy levels are transmitted immediately throughout the wave. It behaves according to the same laws of energetic matter that govern the smallest wave.

The peripheries of galaxies are their oldest parts and maintain the greatest velocity, causing them to disperse, to be “annihilated.” They transform into dark, invisible space, and seem to disappear into the dark matter of space and to actually become dark space. At this point, the phase transition to dark energetic matter occurs. Bear in mind that while phase transitions can occur at high or low energy phases by adding or decreasing energy, waves have only one behavioural direction – toward lower energy levels (waves) via a loss of energy, which scatters into space and enlarges energetic dark space. Creation of new waves occurs only in special circumstances.

As energetic matter exists only in swirl formations, dark spaces and their “nets” appear as swirling wave formations, resembling energetic and magnetic formations. When these galaxies lose their peripheral energy, what remains in the periphery are dark loops, which are loosely connected to the galaxy and thus transfer easily to dark space. Magnetic loops contain a huge closed amount of energy called magnetic matter. (Note that magnetic and energetic matter are one and the same; their nature is determined by changing the position of their paths and loops.)

As the peripheries of galaxies have the greatest wave speed and the weakest connection to the rest of the galaxy, they have the greatest opportunity to undergo a phase transition and detach from the inner swirl (wave). The dark phase transition is the highest phase transition; the energetic spaces surrounding the galaxies are kept in contact with other energetic spaces, connecting them to each other and the universe. This is a beautiful example of the gradual escape of energetic matter from its wave (prison).

After the Big Bang, energetic matter, with its inflationary properties, began to escape from its swirling string (hot) formation. Its swirling movement created a closed formation that slowed its expansion. This shining swirl formation maintained the energetic matter, releasing it slowly as dark rings between shining magnetic ones. Escaping energetic matter continued inflating; the universe expanded and lost energy, while new galaxies and other formations simultaneously appeared. The tendency of energetic matter after the Big Bang was to escape and return to its previous space. Young galaxies appear as homogeneous shining energetic formations, whereas old galaxies have a great many dark spaces.

Every shining energetic-magnetic formation has its time and space, which illustrates the relationship between matter and time. These huge formations disperse into smaller formations and eventually into the smallest formations. Quartz oscillations clocks, the most precise timekeepers, are an example of the half-life of radioactive atoms. Every energetic formation has its life cycle. After the Big Bang, energetic matter dispersed from magnetic formations by phase transitions. In every phase, energetic matter cycles down until universal space decays. Every new formation in the universe carries “genes.” Consequently, the behaviour of energetic matter in different universes will be the same in identical phases.

The velocity of the transfer of energy signals by energetic matter is greater than the speed of light. Einstein’s wormholes are high-energy spaces connecting the galaxies’ dark matter. Perhaps the ghost galaxies and “fire” in dark space are, in fact, these high-energy galaxies. Note that dark space energy signals do not travel at light speed. The maximum speed of photons is 300,000 +/- 20,000 km/sec. For higher speeds, signal energy is transferred in forms other than photons.

From our study of structured galaxies, we know that they have rigid formations, indicating that our universe is also a closed rigid formation (wave). Thus, their dark rings also have rigid formations that keep their light rings in their circuits. We know that energetic activity constantly occurs in light rings, so that dark matter is responsible for the rigidity of galaxy waves. Therefore, we posit that the whole universe is primarily composed of one rigid dark matter and that signals transfer immediately, as in one rigid formation. This conforms to Einstein’s absolute time idea.

In nihilization, a well-known phenomenon, energy does not disappear, but rather transfers and begins a new cycle. In this phase, energy maintains all its previous components, including time, from its “genes.” As it begins a new cycle, energetic components from a previous “photon” are transferred to the new formation. “Photons” are composed of energetic components with different properties like “genes.”

Some photon properties appear gene-like, bearing information from photons encountered earlier. This parallels foetal development in the human world, and we can see the times, ways and order of genetic development and the generation of species. A photon is not the simple energy formation we once thought it to be.

The spaces around huge galaxies come in contact with dark matter and neighbouring galaxies, which contain energetic dark matter in their space. By this contact and relationship, the universe is created by a net of energetic and magnetic loop structures. Not enough is known about the behaviour of energy in dark spaces, but contact seems to occur by energetic loops, waves and paths within a short period of time or even immediately. These spaces must behave according to the laws of matter. The laws for large or small waves are the same. Galaxies and other wave formations are rigid, meaning that signals of energetic matter arrive at every point very quickly or even instantaneously; it seems that the same phenomenon occurs in the universe. Waves have several ways of transferring signals (energy). One way is by vibration, which mainly occurs between waves of the same size, time and space. In vast energy waves, time is beyond human comprehension.

Dark spaces maintain proportions between energetic and magnetic matter and between time. Energetic matter concentrated in shining formations escapes to dark rings (space), and from there escapes from the universe to space shared by many other universes. Energetic activity changes time, causing changes in space. Dark spaces are very large due to dark matter’s highly energetic behaviour. Consequently, 90-95% of all space, and time is prolonged to nearly zero (absolute time). Time, space and energy are eternal but changeable; depending on the energetic activity in their phases, they are maintained in constant proportion. These media appear and decay together in every phase. They protect all information, the quanta of energy, space and time.

Information and energy transfer exists at speeds other than that of light (photons). Vibrations and contacts at near instant speeds help preserve the formation of the universe.

The universe is composed of one kind of matter. Its swirling movement creates different kinds of energetic formations. Maintaining this structure requires constant interchange of energy by contact, vibration and other energetic matter relationships. This occurs mainly in dark matter, which is in continuous contact with every structure in its universe. Energetic equilibrium is maintained via this link. Since every structure has both shining and dark rings (wave networks of the two main forces, dark matter), each has energy contacts with dark space (absolute matter, absolute time). Signals can be transferred by vibration throughout the universe; thus, dark matter is the most important formation in the universe. Signals are transferred in extremely condensed time frames, which are irrelevant to the size of the waves in the universe.

Energetic rings (paths) of waves are in continuous contact with all rings in the wave. Therefore, a change at one point in a huge wave causes immediate changes in the entire formation. Signals can be dispersed in every direction at a velocity greater than light speed. For example, in a wave having a diameter of thousands of light years, a signal nonetheless arrives immediately and changes both the relationships in the wave and those with neighbouring waves. This also changes the relationship with other constellations in the universe.
Energetic equilibrium is continuously maintained in space at speeds unknown to us. Time, together with energy and space, is one medium through which equilibrium is maintained.

Time and phase transition
Time plays a significant role in phase transitions. Every formation has an energetic capacity with specific time and period intervals. Phase transition occurs by dint of the continuous loss of wave energy, proceeding from high to low energy activity. Every wave has its own life span, an individual internal timing period, which is dependent on its energetic activity. Wave behaviour flows in one direction, from high to low energy levels, by energy loss. A wave passes through different phase transitions, until it has lost most of its energy. This energy is dispersed throughout the universe, in new formations with new life cycles. In all phases, space, time and energy are in a state of continuous change, but always in constant proportion.

Travel to the past and the future
I will discuss this issue only from the viewpoint of energy.

We obtain images of the past from our minds, as in a movie theatre. These images are preserved in our brains in an unchangeable energetic matrix formation. From a few photons, we can see huge stars and even galaxies. In every photon there exists, by the interchange of energetic matter with other photons, information about all objects and their times. If we can understand all the processes occurring in a photon, we may be able to understand the past of objects from the “snapshots” of their matrix formations in a photon’s energetic matter.

Energetic activity takes place all the time in all objects, and constantly changes their structure. Photons detached from these objects contain all the information about what will happen to the object in the future. Perhaps this information can help us make predictions about living forms of energetic matter.

To return to the discussion of dark matter and the speed of energy, we see that outer layers of galaxies separate and disappear into space, and that rotational velocity is highest at these outer layers. This means that energetic velocity is also very high, and that time in the periphery is prolonged.

Galaxies are connected to neighbouring galaxies by swirls and dark matter relationships. The speeds of dark matter are greater than the speed of photons. Perhaps the wormholes posited by Einstein are the form of relationships between waves. From new research, we know that an atom rotates with speeds greater than that of light. There are signals that travel 290 times faster than light (photons); the experiments of Einstein, Podolsky and Rozin show that the speed of signals in a light stream is greater than the velocity of light.

In wave theory, we see that photons and atoms have dark and light rings in their loops. Dark space transfers energy signals at a velocity greater than light speed. Photon waves have a maximum velocity of 320,000 km/sec. A photon is a wave-particle, which cannot accelerate beyond this speed on account of its phase.

Dark space is not an empty absolute vacuum. It is invisible matter, as in dark rings and is very rigid. At the periphery of waves, it merges with space; interplanetary space is filled with invisible energetic matter in huge energy formations. Perhaps “ghost” galaxies are composed of this high-energy matter (dark matter barrier).

The rotation of atoms depends on energy from the energetic swirl, which is the core of the atom. These swirl-spaces of energetic activity have speeds greater than visible light (photons). Dark space, apparently, does not allow wave particles to exceed light speed.

Other forms of transferring energy signals may be string-like vibrations (frequencies), appearing in the transit of energetic packages of matter, quanta of energy in paths.

It appears that the quanta of energetic matter expelled from the singularity of a swirl are not exactly the same size, because nature is not a matrix. Nevertheless, they are nearly the same size. Moving energetic packages cause vibrations in the energetic path and its surroundings, which instantaneously have an effect on neighbouring energetic paths. This is one way of transferring energy signals. The vibrating surrounding retaliates to the source, vibrating segments of waves, causing a vibration of all the surroundings at the same time.

Dark matter appears to be a rigid formation; energetic activity in one place transfers energy to all formations. This is one way of transferring high-level energetic matter in space in a minimal amount of time. Optimal communication occurs between objects on the same frequencies. The larger the energetic wave, the shorter the time. The connection between galaxies and universes is shorter than we believe.

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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