The Natural Theory of Relativity
copyright ©2000 by Murray Tovi
Part 7. The Speed of the Universe
As I have established that the Universe may be in linear motion as a composite, the result of an impact that altered itís original velocity, how can we determine what itís current velocity is.
The answer is a simple one. The velocity of the Universe is c - x . Forgive me for another formula.
c of course is the speed of light x is some small variable to account for the varying speeds of each galaxy in relationship to the forward motion of the Universe. Therefore x would never be greater than 1000 kps, a variable of .003.
The speed then of our Universe would be in the neighborhood of 300,000 kilometers per second, but never at or higher than the speed of light.
The argument and some other conclusions:
1. Why does light move at 300,000 kps in our space/time, why not some other figure? Answer: Something must cause it to move at that specific speed.
2. At almost 6,000,000 kps why does an accelerated nuMeson move at almost 20x faster than the speed of light? Answer: It does not. Itís velocity determines the speed of light in itís space/time.
3. If a nuMesonís speed determines the speed of light in itís space/time, then does the same thing occur with the velocity of matter in our space/time? Answer: Yes, indicating the general velocity of matter in our Universe is around 300,000 kps.
4. If we can slow time by going faster, can we speed time by going slower?
Answer: Yes, by accelerating in the same direction the Universe is moving.
5. Does this pose problems for space travel? Yes, we will require a special map based on discovering the linear line of Universal motion so that we donít end up decelerating by accelerating. Going from point A to point B will not be a straight line.