The Speed Of Time
By Atom Bergstrom
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“When you look inside, you can travel at the speed of light squared. Outside, the fastest you can travel is the speed of light. Delta level is the speed of light.”
At the speed of light, light travels no distance and takes no time to do it — it’s the speed of time (ZERO).
Richard Feynman noted that a single cup of the zero-point energy that pervades the universe contains enough energy to “boil all the world’s oceans.”
H.C. pointed a loaded gun at Adano, and he taunted him to pull the trigger.
“SHOOT ME!” Adano yelled.
Later he explained, “When you’re traveling the same speed as the bullet, no one can shoot you.”
According to John T. Nordberg (Dec. 20, 1999) …
“What we now call the speed of light should be called time. I call this the Speed-of-Light Definition of Time. It is a new form of Einstein’s Special Relativity. It uses simple Euclidean geometry instead of difficult non-Euclidean geometry. With Special Relativity, as you approach the speed of light time slows down. With the Speed-of-Light Definition of Time, time always travels at the speed of light.”
According to the same source …
“On New Year’s Eve, people will be celebrating the new year as if time is sweeping across earth as fast as the sun crosses the sky. Time zone by time zone, the year 2000 will be celebrated. This will take an entire day. However, from a physics point of view, time really will sweep across the planet as fast as light does, in about a half a second.”