Review of C! Relativity
[QUOTE]Hey, that sky looks like ground!! wrote:
I read somewhere that a proton has a lifetime of 100 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 years. With a photon, add a few more zeroes onto that number. I dont want to figure out what number that is exactly, but im sure it might go into the several hundred quadrillion years. When its time is up, the particles should simply vanish. Poof. Gone forever, and eventually you will have a universe with literally nothing in it. Given, that amount of time is just plain unimaginable, but it shows that matter (and therefore energy since they are mainly the same stuff) can disappear.[/QUOTE]
The particle is made of solidified energy. The energy will be fine, but the particle will no longer be a magnetic association.
I'd like you all to examine my theory of infinite smallness, on my page at www.timetravelisforsuckers.blogspot.com.
Articles show that subatomics are tangled 'knots' of basically stable waves, creating local electromagnetic conditions, functioning as matter. These funks operate together to weave yarn, rope, and a sweater where normally there would just be a very long length of string. You see these 'sweaters', or whole clothing outlets, as an atom, molecule, and visible particles.
Regarding relativity, you may have heard that light always appears to be moving at 300kkm/s, even if you are moving very rapidly. Therefore, c does not equal 300kkm/s, it equals your velocity plus 300kkm/s. Since that figure of 300kkm/s is so static, it may be a function of your relative scale and not a definate.
You are already moving at 300kkm/s, the speed of light, just standing there. You don't notice it because you're moving in a circle, a bunch of tiny circles on your atomic level. But it counts. You also vibrate at a certain hz frequency because of this microcircular motion. This is energy!
Examine the articles on radiance of magnetic energy and the true strong and weak forces to find how an atom energetically solidifies from original waves of energy, and it's transition from quantum possibilities into conscious energy into physical particles into your pencil. Dig it.