Tuesday, 11 November 2008

Time moves at the speed of light

Spacetime (time) around an atom
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· This diagram shows the creation of spacetime for an object at a state of rest and also for an object accelerating towards the speed of light.
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· The object will expand or project its own spacetime at the speed of light.
This is why the speed of light in a vacuum is the same for all observers and is not relative to the movement of the observer.
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· Energy, mass and time is equivalent they can only change form with each other.
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· Einstein’s equation for ‘rest energy’ gives the atom enough energy to expand or project its own spacetime (time) at the square of the speed of light.
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· Time is only relative to the atom or groups of atoms that are expanding or projecting that spacetime.
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This is a link to my art and poetry blog
http://www.art-by-nick-harvey.blogspot.com/
you will find my rhymes are on this blog
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17 comments:

Rakesh Vanamali said...

Is it possible that time and objects transcend to a different dimension (warp) during the course of their travel?

An awesome post!

L. Venkata Subramaniam said...

"It is impossible to travel faster than the speed of light, and certainly not desirable, as one's hat keeps blowing off" --- Woody Allen

SandyCarlson said...

The idea of time's being relative blows my mind. Thanks for this, friend.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

your making me feel like I'm back in school! :)

Leo said...

nick???

whats with the full informative post?? ;)

nice observations... tht it was poetry... :D

vinay.

Harmony said...

hi, thanks for such a fruitfull knowledge dear!take care!

Sam!! said...

You make physics quiteeasy to understand.. well written post.. i like n agreed with the concept..thanks a lot:))

Take care

Devika said...

Hi Nick!

i understand the concept of this post and the previous post based on my idea of transcendalist philosophy and the realm of consciousness ....

on that basis, the concepts can be viisualised....

but to substantiate it scientifically, is too hard for me..as my knowledge of quantum mechanics is very very limited...

i feel i do not even know to ask the right scientific questions...

but then, its highly striking to my mind...very much imaginable...

i am just in awe how you put it into a grahical representation...but as said now my mind cannot perceive the science behind...it could be a poetry to me...

may be i'll come later.. to understand the scientific theory.. your notes to others are valuable ..so i do follow through the posts and comments..

thank you..but, i wished i had a rhyme from you :-)

wishes!
devika

Art and Poetry said...

Leo- My poetry is on my other art blog, I will set up a link on this post to the other blog!

Thanks for all your comments everyone.

Sandy said...

Great drawing and I only wish I could rally understand ...such a fascinating subject.

Femin Susan said...

Your blog breathe taking with the photos. I wish I had a blog like yours, so wonderful........
Meet me at
http://www.poems-of-nature.blogspot.com/

Wanda said...

My brain is hurting.... but I'm trying Nick.... I'm a simple woman, but will be back to stretch my brain again, and again.

BTW I totally agree with what you said on my Sunday Post....We love our animals because they love us unconditional, and don't hold grudges.... Thanks for your comments. I always look forward to them.

Wanda

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Anonymous said...

'fascinationg work...My interest in theoritical physics also incorporates artistic expression as a path to understanding. Please read this thread from my new site:

[url]http://vibrant-waveforum.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=strings&action=display&thread=4[/url]

(copy and paste if the link does not load...)

I would enjoy your input immensely...Thanks! Hank AKA - Al Chemest

CяŷştąŁ said...

Co-incidentally I was just about to quote the lines of L.Venkata's..

And this was totally like getting back into a physics class. :P

Good post though!

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Anonymous said...

Wow! Thank you! I always wanted to write in my site something like that. Can I take part of your post to my blog?.