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Fastest time in gravitation and light

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Old 04-04-2008, 07:26 AM
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Default Fastest time in gravitation and light



Light moves and waves in an uncontracted time. It moves with the
fastest clock.

Matter is always in gravity since it is ubiquitous. Also all matter is
moving in some way micro and macro. This motion of matter departs it
from the fastest clock which applies to light. Matter's motion gives
it a slower clock. Matter departs from light speed time. It is in a
time that moves slightly below the speed of light in gravity. Light
falls and slows down due to gravitational time slowing.

Matter catches up to light speed time by its motion. Giving Inverse
Gamma time rate or slower time. The movement of time for moving matter
is light speed divided by gamma or light speed multiplied by inverse
gamma.

Mitch Raemsch Twice Nobel Laureate 2008
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