The same postulated scientific explanations given for velocity – when approaching, at, and exceeding the speed of light - between any two or more reference points (i.e., ……time slows, stops, goes backwards, length loses dimension, mass approaches and becomes infinite)…… are to be considered/applied using the frequency differential, substituting for motion/velocity/acceleration. This exercise should promote an expanded self-recognition of the quantity C and the effects various aspects of space time mass matter energy gravity have upon each other, leading the way towards application.
The “snag” “sort of” mentioned in the post title references the possible “multiverse” suggested by gravitational waves detected in the aftermath of the Big Bang. Multi-universes existing in the same time, space at different frequencies are noted throughout metaphysics.
This is not a “snag”, but an even broader viewpoint of the quantity C, the radius of curvature of all natural law, played out in the “as above, so below” metaphysical principle.
You will note from “the cosmic egg in your face", "the series of mathematical embarrassments” which the concept of 'multiverse' begins to expose, in spite of itself still trapped in a coordinate system incapable of handling scale variances and space time mass matter energy gravity relationships at VC levels or above.
Qualitative questioning of the old paradigm, the standard model of physics is accelerating, and the small flat science view is beginning to curve.
Big Bang Discovery Opens Doors to the "Multiverse"Gravitational waves detected in the aftermath of the Big Bang suggest one universe just might not be enough. http://www.monroeinstitute.org/thehub/big-bang-discovery-opens-doors-to-the-multiverse
This illustration depicts a main membrane out of which individual universes arise; they then expand in size through time. Image credit: Moonrunner Design. From National Geographic Daily News By Dan Vergano
In this multiverse spawned by "chaotic" inflation, the Big Bang is just a starting point, giving rise to multiple universes (including ours) separated by unimaginable gulfs of distance. How far does the multiverse stretch? Perhaps to infinity, suggests MIT physicist Max Tegmark, writing for Scientific American.
I'm a fan of the multiverse, but I wouldn't claim it is true," says Guth. Nevertheless, he adds, a multiverse explains a lot of things that now confuse cosmologists about our universe. For example, there is the 1998 discovery that galaxies in our universe seem to be spreading apart at an accelerating rate, when their mutual gravitational attraction should be slowing them down. This discovery, which garnered the 2011 Nobel Prize in physics, is generally thought to imply the existence of a "dark energy" that counteracts gravity on cosmic scales. Its nature is a profound mystery. About the only thing we understand about dark energy, physicists such as Michael Turner of the University of Chicago have long said, is its name.
A multiverse could wipe the cosmic egg off their faces. On the bell curve of all possible universes spawned by inflation, our universe might just happen to be one of the few universes in which the dark energy is relatively lame. In others, the antigravity force might conform to physicists' expectations and be strong enough to rip all matter apart.
A multiverse might also explain away another embarrassment: the number of dimensions predicted by modern "superstring" theory. String theory describes subatomic particles as being composed of tiny strings of energy, but it requires there to be 11 dimensions instead of the four we actually observe. Maybe it's just describing all possible universes instead of our own. (It suggests there could be a staggeringly large number of possibilities—a 1 with 500 zeroes after it.)
Join the "multiverse club," Linde wrote in a March 9 review of inflationary cosmology, and what looks like a series of mathematical embarrassments disappears in a cloud of explanation. In a multiverse, there can be more things dreamt of in physicists' philosophy than happen to be found in our sad little heaven and earth.
Spirit Into Matter — The Geometry of LifeTHRIVE Movement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXPpQmgD85E
A new article from The Resonance Project's William Brown about how time may emerge from quantum entanglement has just been posted on resonance.is.
A colleague of Einstein, physicist John Archibald Wheeler, developed one of the first equations of quantum gravity in the early days of the unification of Relativity and Quantum Theory. Although it works, it does not incorporate time as a physical parameter, and physicists find this unsettling.
In this context, it is referred to as the problem of time. As it suggests that time must be illusionary, and therefore the Universe is ultimately static and unchanging. In an attempt to reconcile this paradoxical result, a team of researchers have devised an experiment that may demonstrate, by analogy, how the Universe could be static and unchanging as a whole, at the largest scale, and yet have the experience of evolution in subsystems of the whole.
They employ a version of a quantum erasure experiment, which utilizes quantum entanglement to erase information about which path a photon has traveled before detection, along with a sophisticated clock system - with one of the clocks actually being the pair of entangled photons. The researchers were able to experimentally show that when the pair of entangled photons are measured internally, as the clock system, they appear to change. However, when an external clock is used, and the path information is erased – it can be shown that the pair of entangled photons remain unchanged. If this experiment is taken to be an accurate model of Universal dynamics, it suggests that time may emerge from entanglement, such that if an observer is not entangled with a system, they will detect no net change in that system.
Read the full article here: http://resonance.is/change-for-a-paradigm-new-experiment-shows-how-time-may-emerge-from-quantum-entanglement/
Radius of Curvature of all Natural Law:
The Quantity C: Possessing a Significance Far Greater than Attributed
Gravity – As Viewed Through the Radius (VC)
Space as Observed through the Curve of Radius Light
Matter and Mass - Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass
Beyond A Uni-Dimensional Perception of TIME
The Nonlinearity of Physical Law
Recall: While we have repeatedly referred to the quantity C as an energy differential, we have heretofore considered it only in terms of kinetic energy. Some may believe that it can be reached only when there is a rate of increase or decrease in the degree of spatial separation between the reference points, equal to 3x10(10) centimeters per second, or in simpler terms, a velocity equal to that of light. It is necessary therefore to point out the fact that an energy differential does not necessarily manifest itself as a velocity. It can also exist as a frequency. Our present laws of physics state that the energy level upon which an electron, a photon, or other particle exists is proportionate to its frequency. The mathematical rule is E equals Fh, where E is the energy, F is the frequency and h is a factor called Planck's constant.
While negative gravitational fields have been shown to exist, they have been found only within the atom and at inter-galactic distances. How can we place a space ship within the negative portion of the curve, with respect to the earth? The answer to this question lies in the fact that, as we have already learned, the natural laws are not absolute, but relative. That is, the size and shape of the curve of one law is dependent upon the value and position of the others. We have seen that the nucleus of the atom of uranium 235 dips below the zero line with the addition of only one mass unit, making a total of 236, yet the nucleus of the atom of uranium 238, although close to the zero line is still on the positive side of the curve because of the fact that the shape of the gravitational curve is modified not only by the mass present but also by the number and position of the electrical charges.
Lest someone charge us with ignorance by pointing out that there are the same number of electrons (92) in each of these atoms, we will make haste to state that we refer not only to the charges in the outer shell of the atom but to those within as well, and especially to the fact, not always realized, that the neutron possesses both a positive and a negative charge, although when united within the neutron they are not discernible as charges, but exist as energy which produces the gravitational field .
When we acquire a better understanding of the laws, we will be able to produce any shape of curve we desire, with the earth as one reference point and the spacecraft as the other.