Price, Lew Paxton
April 15, 2014
Time is necessary for the universe to function dynamically. Without time there would be no motion and everything would be "frozen". But we should not assume that time and motion are synonymous. We require time to have motion, and we require motion to measure the passage of time. "Time" is an overused term because there are different types, facets, or subcategories of time which we fail to designate in different ways. The result is confusion about what we are discussing. The speed of light only appears to be constant. It varies from one part of "space" to another in different mediums and gravities. During the time that nether (dynamic ether) theory was first being published, an experiment was performed in which light was slowed to a crawl. Dimensions vary with velocities relative to the nether. The density of the nether, and the magnitude and direction of its velocity are always changing. And with time dilation a reality, even time is not constant, changing from one gravity funnel to another, and from one velocity to another.