The Nature of a TARDIS: Time Allocation
Time wave particles are like the boss of the universe. The data we receive from these particles becomes our reality.
Data and light are shared from one particle to the next generating a wave.
Light does not actually travel. It is always copied across time wave particles at the same speed “C” relative to each object.
Planets spin and balance like they do because of time waves not the warping of space-time
Every instant of time always exists; there is no beginning or end. We receive data from particles and perceive this as flowing through time. We are always subject to the data we receive to tell us what our reality is. Tomorrow is just as real as yesterday and they both have always existed in eternity.
The speed of data and light being shared/copied across time wave particles is 186,000 miles per second (what we call the speed of light) relative to each object. This creates the illusion the light is moving at 186,000 miles per second. If an observer speeds up the reflection process also speeds up so the observer will always see light (and experience data) at the 186,000 miles per second. The light is still right in front of us but now under several layers of new data/light.
It is impossible to see an object move faster than the speed of light.
We will never be able to receive the data/light faster than the reflection or sharing across time wave particles.
In the universe there is a balance between forces that creates a rest.
To keep this balance the universe needs a push and pull force generated by time waves. This push and pull by time waves keeps the planets in their place and generates a spin.
The force of returning data compacting in a time wave causes gravity. The more data an object has returning to it the greater it will experience gravity. Gravity will be greater closer to the object because the data will be most compact.
one time particle can move instantaneously from one point to another. Why?
Because time particles are the singularity of time and there is no time lag to slow down one single particle. You see, time particles make up all of matter, energy and space. Not matter, energy nor space will slow down time. So, one time particle can move from the tip of my finger to the center of the next galaxy in a mere instant. The concept of instantaneousness is within the structure of time so we can use it to describe it's fastest movement......Of course, it doesn't have to move that fast, it just can.
What does a t.p.,(time particle) look like....Well, you wouldn't believe it. A t.p. looks kind of like an hour glass. An hour glass is generally made up of two cones. One of the
cones sits on top of the other one, and they are connected at the small ends. The t.p. has actually three components. The two cones, attached at the small ends, and the time particle band which wraps around the small ends to hold the two cones together. This very important shape gives the time particle its great characteristics. So, now you know what a time particle looks like.
What does it do? Well, it usually looks for another time particle to hook up with. Lets say that there is a floating t.p. on your left and another one floating on your right. They begin to draw toward each other. Bam! They connect and energy is released. But, how they connect is very important. They can connect in one of three ways. These two will connect at the large ends of each t.p.. So, the result looks like two hour glasses, one sitting atop the other. This creates a new type of thing, if you will, or a new element. Two time particles together move very fast, but not as fast as one does. Now, there is a small time lag which will slow these two particles as they move through the
universe. They may take an hour to move from the tip of my finger to the next galaxy instead of moving instantly. That is still really fast, though.
Let us continue with three time particles coming together. Now this new element looks like three hour glasses sitting atop each other. It begins to form a string. It moves slower than the two particle element but it still moves like the dickens. It may take seven hours to move to the center of the next galaxy. Four t.p. in a string moves slower than three.... and so on.
What happens, though, when ten time particles form in a string? Light! Yes, light. Ten time particles in a string create one photon, one light particle. That means one time particle is one tenth of a photon. So, ten time particles in a string move at the speed of light. Nine particles move a little faster because there is less of a time lag, less to get in the way of it's speed. Therefore, there are nine other things, or elements, faster than the speed of light. One time particle, by itself, being the fastest.
What would happen, though, if these ten time didn't attach themselves in a string but in a stack? Picture each t.p., one by one, attaching themselves in a stack, like Lincoln Logs, for you old timers. That is, as if each hour glass would rest on the side of each other in a crisscross manner, as logs are assembled on top of each other in a cabin. This stacking effect would make the elements very strong and solid. Two t.p. stacked on each other would be less solid than three...and so on...What would you get with ten time particles in a stack? Gravity! Yes, one graviton, or one gravity particle. Does it move as fast as a photon? Yes. Because it has as many time particles as does a photon. Then, gravity moves as fast as light because they have the same number of time particles.
How about electromagnetic energy? Yes, it moves as fast a light and gravity. The time particles in em. are not in a string or a stack but in a circle. There are ten time particles in a unit of electromagnetism and they are connected end to end, as in the photon, but instead of a string, they create a circle. So, what kind of force would be created if
only nine t.p. were in a circle?
Let's talk about anti-time particles and what they can do. It seems as though everything in the universe has an opposite. Light and dark, up and down, good and evil are examples of that. Well, time must have it's opposite. Negative time doesn't sound quite right as it doesn't oppose time exactly. That's why anti-time sounds correct. It opposes all of time, whatever form it is in.
So, how do anti-time particles act? Do they actually react to time particles or do they exist in a non participating way by ignoring regular time particles? I believe they do both. Sometimes anti-time does react to time, in an aggressive manner, and sometimes it doesn't. The two particles create a reaction that produces huge amounts of energy, space and matter. This reaction disrupts the regular flow of time, for at least a moment.
The anti-time particles have the same components as the time particle. The three components are the two cones attached at their small ends with a band holding the two cones in place.
So, the anti-time particle can move at the same speeds as the time particle...Ten anti-time particles in a string reacting to ten time particles in a string would wrap themselves around each other as in a twisted braid. It would be a light/anti-light reaction. Controlling this reaction would entail unwrapping the two strings but keeping them
close together. With this, you could control all of light energy.
Ten anti-time particles in a stack reacting to ten time particles in a stack would create a gravity/anti-gravity reaction. The two stacks would constantly move with each other. One moment they would be in a parallel line, and the next moment they would be crisscross. So, to control this reaction would entail the stopping of this movement while
keeping the two stacks close. This would give you complete control of gravity...
Ten anti-time particles in a circle reacting to ten time particles in a circle would create a spinning effect. The two circles would spin rapidly within the same circle or sphere. Controlling this reaction would entail stopping the spin while keeping the two circles close. You would then have complete control of electromagnetism, the energy that holds matter together. This should be the base effect when working with a matter/anti-matter reaction.