Dr. Tamas Lajtner

Spaces and Times;

Relativity Superluminal

Relativity Superluminal

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In physics everything is based on some ancient opinions (axioms). What if some of them are false?

Let us take an example. Newton's First Law of Motion is an axiom.

Is this axiom right? Yes? What makes you think so?

How do we know that an axiom false is? If it is contradicted by facts. In this case the fact is a surprising one: "thought has force".

Let us take an example. Newton's First Law of Motion is an axiom.

Is this axiom right? Yes? What makes you think so?

How do we know that an axiom false is? If it is contradicted by facts. In this case the fact is a surprising one: "thought has force".

In the picture above you can see the first ever Thought Force Sensor built in the first ever Thought Power Meter. Thought force and thought power are measurable. But where is your force of thought, if it leaves your heads? This question inspirated the answer you can find in the book entitled SPACES AND TIMES.

It is very interesting, if you want to find the answer of the question "What is thought?", you have to take a giant intellectual travel from the particle to the Universe.

It is very interesting, if you want to find the answer of the question "What is thought?", you have to take a giant intellectual travel from the particle to the Universe.

We know from quantum mechanics that particles of matter are in constant vibration. In our academic physics this vibration has no impact on space. This action remains without reaction. This is an axiom of modern physics and it must be false.

It is a physical impossibility for matter to come into contact with space without vibrations having an effect. Based on the Casimir Effect and other physical phenomena we can state that space exists in waves and vibrations. Space waves.

It is a physical impossibility for matter to come into contact with space without vibrations having an effect. Based on the Casimir Effect and other physical phenomena we can state that space exists in waves and vibrations. Space waves.

Mass creates space waves. The wavelengths of space wave depends on the velocity (or density) of mass. Faster mass, longer wavelength.

The big mass (e.g. Sun) makes the frequency of Space waves smaller on the left side of the small mass (e.g. Mars). On the other side of the small mass, the frequency of Space waves is greater. The greater frequency moves the mass forward.

Or even more clearly, although the statement may sound less scientific "You'll get a slap that sends you flying!" If the small planet gets four slaps from the right and one from the left, it will move left.

Or even more clearly, although the statement may sound less scientific "You'll get a slap that sends you flying!" If the small planet gets four slaps from the right and one from the left, it will move left.