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  1. #1 Mass Being Energy 
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    Since my theory is nothing more then an extension of astronomic theory of the big bang and mass energy equivalence, there is nothing for this theory to conform to to for instance be put in the pseudoscience section, and since my theory would in no way change the current reality it cannot be put in the sci-fi section. Since it is not an established theory though, it can hardly be put in any other section then this one until proven otherwise by for instance a forum professor.

    The theory is that when mass becomes energy, the imaginary dimension switches from time to length. ict (the time dimension derived from relativity) becomes ics(a length through the room dimensions).

    Proof for this would be the conservation of mass and momentum, for instance if energy ie. photons are converted to mass, the mass is preserved. If the momentum is preserved aswell, the mass is still moving in the speed of light, but through time.

    For instance, when a reaction usually takes time for us, it instead takes length for a photon. So a mass that decay over time for us, decays over length for a photon, so a photon could possibly decay every time it oscillates, but it doesn't dissapear.

    But then our galaxy must be an object traveling at lightspeed that experience one dimension as imaginary since length contraction makes the neverending time infinitely thin and hence all objects that moves in the same or opposit direction of time as one of the photons in the galaxy will be in the same universe and act just like photons does, like waves doing so, over time. But the particles won't "swim away" as the waves does, since the time dimension is compressed to something infinitely thin.

    That the electromagnetic force would be the same force that make photons that moves in the same direction shatter. If this phenomenon is explored thoroughly the force will be explained. Most waves shatter. The reason why a positive and a negative charges attract eachother is that time has two directions at the same time, you see time stands still for a photon but it moves in the speed of light and hence it also overcome a timedistance. All times are hence instantaneous for the photon and hence time is bidirectional for the photon, for the photon it moves in two directions and hence there is + and - charged particles in our galaxy.

    More explanation:
    when an object move in the speed of light, length contraction tells us that for the photon, length is 0 and yet the length that is zero is all length there is, a neverendingly long object spreading out in the photons direction would for the photon have zero length, hence particles that move in the same direction or the opposit to it would all be sidewise from it, hence spacetime is to the photon a disk with zero length and threedimensional area. That might be why the space looks as it does for us moving through time in the speed of light.

    The reason why photons act like waves is that particles moving in the speed of light through other dimensions then our four, cut our axis sometimes for a very brief period of time, hence we've got the heisenberg relations and particles acting like waves. They transform momentum to eachother, and hence the empty space is full of particles traveling through and from other dimensions.

    However photons are still merely momentum left when the particle holding it is gone, even though they at the moment the atom looses its energy looses it to a temporary particle that dissapears and leaves the momentum without anything but itself.

    So, since all particles that moves in the same direction in the speed of light is next to eachother with some distance in between, but for a purely mathematical reason (but I ain't skilled enough) they have a distance from eachother that have 3 vektors, what we call roomcoordinates. The reason would probably have something to do with spin.

    if gravity is a time bending that makes time in mass and empty space different, perhaps the reason why black holes explode is that masses stands more still in black holes then in empty space and that only motion in particles creates gravity and timebending while acceleration is gravity and hence is not self sustaineable: If a mass stands still the time distance between masses and empty space finds eachother since empty space is not quite empty and hence gravity leaks from heavy objects. That gravity is the integral of the timedistance between empty space and mass created by the mass motion in its turn created by particles from other branes colliding creating the heisenberg relations.


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    I must say thank you for all your views!

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    mass=energy proven beyond doubt
    I am zelos. Destroyer of planets, exterminator of life, conquerer of worlds. I have come to rule this uiniverse. And there is nothing u pathetic biengs can do to stop me

    On the eighth day Zelos said: 'Let there be darkness,' and the light was never again seen.

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    It is possible that time is just a vibration in a 4d brane (the fourth dimension being very short. In which case we don't actually travel in the speed of light very far but more like vibrate over a very short time. Still though, branes could collide and create particles/delete particles in our world. But i don't know if it is possible, perhaps I'm just wrong.

    I was thinking that t = Dx, and that that's why everything passes slower for things that move fast, cause it takes longer time for mass to oscillate/vibrate along the time dimension. If an object moves linearly, t = k
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