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The force of time (space-time continuum, time energy) will act upon all energies in a transfer of energy between two or more reference frames in a frame per frame reference. Since time is the weakest energy in which all other energies establish from and relinquish to, time builds and decays all matter into energy. As each frame becomes existent the original present frame of reference changes as soon as it subsist to exist until it reaches its original state it was created. This change can be identified as frame by frame uniform worldline acceleration. There is no way to say which reference frame is "special", so all constant reference frames must be equivalent. Time acceleration never changes only the velocity affects the observer as time changes energy in comparison to the original frame of reference.


force of time = {[m/(1-(v^2/c^2))^1/2]-m}a


energy of time = {[m/(1-(v^2/c^2))^1/2]-m}c^2


wavelength of time = {{[m/(1-(v^2/c^2))^1/2]-m}c^2}/h


acceleration of time = {{[(m/(1-(v^2/c^2))^1/2]-m}^-1}f = 1


f= force m= initial mass v= velocity c= speed of light a= acceleration h= planck's constant e= energy




Frequencies exist rounded around 10^18-23 hz



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The waves would impact big things (black-holes) and small things (sub-particles).




The graph above uses the Lorentz factor.


This is not accurate description of the t-waves, but it is close. (subtract one for all the numbers in the Lorentz factor column below)




Few other impacts:


Sidereal variation of LV couplings as the lab moves with respect to a preferred frame or direction


Cumulative effects: long baseline dispersion and vacuum birefringence (e.g. of signals from gamma ray bursts,


active galactic nuclei, pulsars)


Anomalous (normally forbidden) threshold reactions allowed by LV terms (e.g. photon decay, vacuum ˇCerenkov




Shifting of existing threshold reactions (e.g. photon annihilation from blazars, GZK reaction)


LV induced decays not characterised by a threshold (e.g. decay of a particle from one helicity to the other or


photon splitting)


Maximum velocity (e.g. synchrotron peak from supernova remnants)


Dynamical effects of LV background fields (e.g. gravitational coupling and additional wave modes)



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Interesting, the theory states hard gamma rays are t-waves (time frames entropy).


T-waves are considered a 4D force on a 3D plane? Matter is created by folding (the frames) "string of frames" into a "ball of frames" such as a ball of string can make annoying knots. The simple analogy is a intuitive view of how the string of frames roll and move to create sub particle(s). I personally believe the movement is correlated with E8's theory of everything.


Last, a Pair production is a phenomenon of nature where energy is directly converted into matter, similar to the above.




Is this a coincidence?




Positron-Electron Pair Production - Nuclear Power



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