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The speed of light has increased to 374740572.5 M/sec. Before you jump, investigate.

 
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The speed of light has increased to 374740572.5 M/sec. Before you jump, investigate.
Wonder why time is slipping away recently.

Just making breakfast takes 1 hour, or it feels like it is taking that long to finish making it.

Every task has a quickening time lingering around it, yet your moving as efficiently as you can.

Everyones getting angry on the road because it "seems" to take "longer in time" to get anywhere - yet, it's the same distance as always, hence everyone starts rushing to the place they are trying to get to, and driving erratically - simply because the clock is ticking faster than they've ever experienced.

Notice how powerful the sun Feels. Like a strong piercing effect through the skin?

It has been verified that we are losing 6 Hours per day.

That's 1/4 of the day that doesn't exist anymore.

That would mean this year's 365 days will be squashed into only "273 days".

I remember when there would be hours to spare for a hobby or a project.
NOW, it becomes a chore with limited time available to it.

And now, everyones rushing everwhere, doesnt really matter what it is either.

Everyones trying to beat time, but they are failing.

Read this;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

then read this;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Now this, from [link to en.wikipedia.org]

(Snippet)

"The Sun is currently behaving unexpectedly (they know - its why they have 2 satellites monitoring the sun) in a number of ways.

It is in the midst of an unusual sunspot minimum, lasting far longer and with a higher percentage of spotless days than normal; since May 2008.
It is measurably dimming; its output has dropped 0.02% at visible wavelengths and 6% at EUV wavelengths in comparison with the levels at the last solar minimum.[121]
Over the last two decades, the solar wind's speed has dropped by 3%, its temperature by 13%, and its density by 20%.[122]
Its magnetic field is at less than half strength compared to the minimum of 22 years ago. The entire heliosphere, which fills the Solar System, has shrunk as a result, resulting in an increase in the level of cosmic radiation striking the Earth and its atmosphere."

Light traveling within the suns heliosphere would adhere to the scientific measurement of 299,792,458 M/sec within this CONTROLLED environment.

But, now that cosmic interaction is fueling frequencies in our solar system due to the heliosphere weakening, light will receive a "Boost" in frequency, and time - which travels along this frequency, increases in relationship.

So now you have an idea what is going on.
Cosmic interaction is raising the frequency of light - which was once contained and controlled within the Suns heliosphere but has been weakening - hence speeding up our interaction with time.

And i know about the "observation" thing with time, the more you rush and try to beat time, the quicker it slips away yadda yadda, You see and feel the effects - hence its stimulated by the interaction...

But not like we are experiencing now. What's happening now is beyond that, this is the power of the galactic forces being introduced.

That's enough from me, someone else contribute.
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Great post OP. Thanks



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hm... original idea
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bump for being a great post
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Wonder why time is slipping away recently.

Just making breakfast takes 1 hour, or it feels like it is taking that long to finish making it.

Every task has a quickening time lingering around it, yet your moving as efficiently as you can.

Everyones getting angry on the road because it "seems" to take "longer in time" to get anywhere - yet, it's the same distance as always, hence everyone starts rushing to the place they are trying to get to, and driving erratically - simply because the clock is ticking faster than they've ever experienced.

Notice how powerful the sun Feels. Like a strong piercing effect through the skin?

It has been verified that we are losing 6 Hours per day.

That's 1/4 of the day that doesn't exist anymore.

That would mean this year's 365 days will be squashed into only "273 days".

I remember when there would be hours to spare for a hobby or a project.
NOW, it becomes a chore with limited time available to it.

And now, everyones rushing everwhere, doesnt really matter what it is either.

Everyones trying to beat time, but they are failing.

Read this;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

then read this;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Now this, from [link to en.wikipedia.org]

(Snippet)

"The Sun is currently behaving unexpectedly (they know - its why they have 2 satellites monitoring the sun) in a number of ways.

It is in the midst of an unusual sunspot minimum, lasting far longer and with a higher percentage of spotless days than normal; since May 2008.
It is measurably dimming; its output has dropped 0.02% at visible wavelengths and 6% at EUV wavelengths in comparison with the levels at the last solar minimum.[121]
Over the last two decades, the solar wind's speed has dropped by 3%, its temperature by 13%, and its density by 20%.[122]
Its magnetic field is at less than half strength compared to the minimum of 22 years ago. The entire heliosphere, which fills the Solar System, has shrunk as a result, resulting in an increase in the level of cosmic radiation striking the Earth and its atmosphere."

Light traveling within the suns heliosphere would adhere to the scientific measurement of 299,792,458 M/sec within this CONTROLLED environment.

But, now that cosmic interaction is fueling frequencies in our solar system due to the heliosphere weakening, light will receive a "Boost" in frequency, and time - which travels along this frequency, increases in relationship.

So now you have an idea what is going on.
Cosmic interaction is raising the frequency of light - which was once contained and controlled within the Suns heliosphere but has been weakening - hence speeding up our interaction with time.

And i know about the "observation" thing with time, the more you rush and try to beat time, the quicker it slips away yadda yadda, You see and feel the effects - hence its stimulated by the interaction...

But not like we are experiencing now. What's happening now is beyond that, this is the power of the galactic forces being introduced.

That's enough from me, someone else contribute.
 Quoting: Gunnz, lots of Gunnz


Ah yes food for the brain thanks.
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i can vouch for this as true, i drive fast... yet the same country stroll to town now takes more time than usual. ancients describe this time as the quickening.
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Can you point out your stated verification of a loss of 6 hours in a day?
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Seeing as it is all "relative"...
Your point about people having less time completely falls apart.


IF and this is a big IF... the speed of light were to have magically increased... There WOULD BE MORE HOURS IN THE DAY... NOT LESS.

But as the increase in time is only apparent to a observer who is not on the current timeline... there is no net increase or decrease.

If you were watching a person cross into a black holes event horizon, you would not see much of a difference in this persons movement. Although he has passed the point of no return, neither you or he see much of a difference. But as he began to continue to walk towards the singularity you would notice that his movement was apparently slowing down. Likewise, he'd see that you were apparently moving faster. The closer he gets to the singularity the more you appear to speed up and the more he appears to slow down. At some point you would see him come to what is apparently a complete stop. The gap in time for him to make his next movement is separated by eternity. Likewise he'd see your entire life flash by in an amount of time so fast there is no measurement for it. Yet, both of you would continue on in your respective timeline, totally normal. (this example takes out the fact that the guy entering the black hole would be stretched into a string of single atoms)
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Re: The speed of light has increased to 374740572.5 M/sec. Before you jump, investigate.
Wonder why time is slipping away recently.

Just making breakfast takes 1 hour, or it feels like it is taking that long to finish making it.

Every task has a quickening time lingering around it, yet your moving as efficiently as you can.

Everyones getting angry on the road because it "seems" to take "longer in time" to get anywhere - yet, it's the same distance as always, hence everyone starts rushing to the place they are trying to get to, and driving erratically - simply because the clock is ticking faster than they've ever experienced.

Notice how powerful the sun Feels. Like a strong piercing effect through the skin?

It has been verified that we are losing 6 Hours per day.

That's 1/4 of the day that doesn't exist anymore.

That would mean this year's 365 days will be squashed into only "273 days".

I remember when there would be hours to spare for a hobby or a project.
NOW, it becomes a chore with limited time available to it.

And now, everyones rushing everwhere, doesnt really matter what it is either.

Everyones trying to beat time, but they are failing.

Read this;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

then read this;

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Now this, from [link to en.wikipedia.org]

(Snippet)

"The Sun is currently behaving unexpectedly (they know - its why they have 2 satellites monitoring the sun) in a number of ways.

It is in the midst of an unusual sunspot minimum, lasting far longer and with a higher percentage of spotless days than normal; since May 2008.
It is measurably dimming; its output has dropped 0.02% at visible wavelengths and 6% at EUV wavelengths in comparison with the levels at the last solar minimum.[121]
Over the last two decades, the solar wind's speed has dropped by 3%, its temperature by 13%, and its density by 20%.[122]
Its magnetic field is at less than half strength compared to the minimum of 22 years ago. The entire heliosphere, which fills the Solar System, has shrunk as a result, resulting in an increase in the level of cosmic radiation striking the Earth and its atmosphere."

Light traveling within the suns heliosphere would adhere to the scientific measurement of 299,792,458 M/sec within this CONTROLLED environment.

But, now that cosmic interaction is fueling frequencies in our solar system due to the heliosphere weakening, light will receive a "Boost" in frequency, and time - which travels along this frequency, increases in relationship.

So now you have an idea what is going on.
Cosmic interaction is raising the frequency of light - which was once contained and controlled within the Suns heliosphere but has been weakening - hence speeding up our interaction with time.

And i know about the "observation" thing with time, the more you rush and try to beat time, the quicker it slips away yadda yadda, You see and feel the effects - hence its stimulated by the interaction...

But not like we are experiencing now. What's happening now is beyond that, this is the power of the galactic forces being introduced.

That's enough from me, someone else contribute.
 Quoting: Gunnz, lots of Gunnz

Where have U taken such a speed of light ? I haven't noticed in your text nor links.

As I've been told that radioactive decays are speeding these times, it may influence atomic clock and definition of a second. But another scientific prove is needed. Decay of Cesium has nothing common with our day as it depends on Earth's rotation.

Relativistic effects can be caused only by time-space distortion by near influential celestial body interfering with our system.

Or am I wrong ?
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how is it possible for 8 people to 5 star this?
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The speed of light has increased to 374,740,572.5 m/s .
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Where did you get this number from?
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I have no time for a reply...time is running too fast! lol
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huh, awesome dude

but don't get what your light source would be... only plain old Sol? or other stars as well?
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The speed of light has increased to 374,740,572.5 m/s .
 Quoting: Gunnz

Where did you get this number from?
 Quoting: Tiago63


...or it could be that the speed-of-light is still constant, but that your metres have shrunk ??
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how is it possible for 8 people to 5 star this?
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Ignorance is a powerful parent class of pseudo-intellectualism.

This is a three-star thread.
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Re: The speed of light has increased to 374740572.5 M/sec. Before you jump, investigate.
I, too, am curious as to how you came up with that quantification for the new speed of light.

The only consideration I give to the existance of time is that our observation and quantification of time is nothing more than a quantum variable. Granted, we consider it a constant, but we are in but a tiny bubble of the universe - our calculations currently work well making it a constant, but that's because we understand so little, and thus do so little, so our demands of understanding the quantum variable that equates to our understanding of time are feeble.

But back to "time" itself, indeed if the quantum fabric (for lack of a better term) changes in properties so will time, thus the readings we have taken that show time to be decaying at the edges of our very limited electromagnetic observations, and a great many other data sets that show that light speed being constant may be as absurd a statement as claiming light direction can not be changed.
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Here is a question for ya....

If the entire universe is traveling a x speed and within this universe the speed of galaxies, solar systems, planets speed varies, what is the basis of the measurement relative to light? If we can't establish a baseline of zero speed, then our measurement is based on our perceived speed relative to the universe, but we don't know how fast we are traveling relative to the universe.

Woah...too much coffee I guess.
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Here is a question for ya....

If the entire universe is traveling a x speed and within this universe the speed of galaxies, solar systems, planets speed varies, what is the basis of the measurement relative to light? If we can't establish a baseline of zero speed, then our measurement is based on our perceived speed relative to the universe, but we don't know how fast we are traveling relative to the universe.

Woah...too much coffee I guess.
 Quoting: Bithead


Good question...
And somewhere you HAVE to be traveling at light speed relative to another body, in another galaxy, in another solar system, orbiting another star... perhaps in a direction opposite our own.

Really think about that for a sec.

YOU HAVE TO BE TRAVELING AT LIGHT SPEED RELATIVE TO SOMETHING IN THE UNIVERSE.

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