Snowalker wrote: ↑
Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:31 pm
Having studied the work of Paul LaViolette regarding Galactic core explosions referred to as Seifert events as well as Doug Vogt at Diehold foundation, Wal Thornhill, Velikovsky and others I am curious about how Reciprocal Systems Theory relates to the fermi bubbles protruding above and below the galactic plane that were discovered in 2010. Based of data collected from the Hubble is was determined that these bubbles are travelling towards us at approximately 2,000,000 mph. But these measurements are made using x-ray and gamma ray radiation only not visible light. Does this indicate that these high energy gamma rays are actually travelling faster than visible light?
Larson discusses Seyfert galaxies and their periodicity in The Universe of Motion, chapter 27
(click link to read online). Essentially, it is the galactic analog of a nova, a star that flares up at regular intervals and a precursor to a quasar.
In the RS, X-rays and gamma rays do not have any independent
motion, they are carried by the "progression of the natural reference system" at the speed of light. However, the vibration can be either low frequency (visible light, radio) or high frequency (FTL, X-rays and gamma rays). When matter is accelerated to "ultra high speed" range, as it is in these bubbles, the radiation emitted is in the HF range, as observed.
comprising the bubbles is what is moving faster than light, though in the RS you have to remember that the "natural datum" of the system is unity
, not zero, so as you accelerate past the speed of light, it appears
that the motion is slowing down--as it is moving in 3D time, rather than 3D space. (3D time is unobservable; we can only detect it by how motion in time alters motion in space). So the faster
you go past lightspeed, the slower
you appear to be going, but there is a massive increase in energy, because "energy" is how we measure temporal displacement.
You might also want to take a look at this paper: Astronomical X-ray Sources