Astrophysicists: Gamma-Ray Jets Exceed The Speed Of Light. But can the Speed of Time Exceed a Gamma-Ray Jet?

From Science and Nature

It says in this article that the super-liminal gamma ray jets may be responsible for time-reversal. OR…is change of direction of TIME responsible for the existence of the super-liminal gamma ray jets?

NOTE: Superliminal means of or pertaining to, or involving, conscious awareness; above the threshold of the subconscious.

This article just came out today. This post ties directly the one I wrote RIGHT BEFORE IT. I was pondering the contents of that post a month ago, before this came out yesterday. The gist is, I thought that it was possible to go faster than the speed of light in a vacuum also.

I thought of this and wrote it two weeks ago.

If the dimensions are unified then the curvature of space could change the speed of light which would change the speed of time. Hypothetically the speed of time could go faster than the speed of light because the dimensions are unified, and the curvature of space-time allows for a shortcut, thus time travel.

Time dilation. Time is relative to the position of the DNA form.
A kin is a person and a day.
What we really are is pure Mind focused with intention not just a blob of DNA.

This came out yesterday; I quote the article below.

Physics-astronomy.org (@OrgPhysics) Tweeted: https://t.co/zs2Ejn7Dv9 https://twitter.com/OrgPhysics/status/1329590508566482946?s=20

NOTE**Gamma-ray bursts are extremely energetic explosions that have been observed in distant galaxies. They are the brightest and most energetic electromagnetic events known to occur in the universe. Bursts can last from ten milliseconds to several hours.

  1. Astrophysicists propose that gamma-ray bursts may exceed the speed of light.
  2. The superluminal jets may also be responsible for time-reversibility.
  3. The finding doesn’t go against Einstein’s theory because this effect happens in the jet medium not a vacuum.

According to Einstein’s theory of general relativity, nothing can travel faster than the speed of light in a vacuum. Yet in space many strange things happen, including a new proposal by two astrophysicists that blasts creating bursts of gamma rays may be able to speed up faster than light, going superluminal. Yet, this research by the astrophysicists Jon Hakkila of the College of Charleston and Robert Nemiroff of the Michigan Technological University is not going against Einstein’s theory. What the scientists found is that while these bursts surpass the speed of light in surrounding gas clouds, that only happens in the jet mediums, not in a vacuum. The astrophysicists also think that these superluminal jets can create the time-reversibility that can be observed in gamma-ray burst light curves.

Black-hole-powered galaxies called blazars are the most common sources detected by NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. Jon Hakkila likens what they found to skipping stones across the pond. If someone was to throw such a stone into the water towards you, the stone would go through the air in between hops faster than the waves that it causes are moving through the water. As it gets closer, you will see the waves that are produced by each skip in reverse order. The most recently created ones will get to you first and those from the early skips along the water would come last. “Standard gamma-ray burst models have neglected time-reversible light curve properties,” Hakkila explained. “Superluminal jet motion accounts for these properties while retaining a great many standard model features.”

Check out the new paper here, published in The Astrophysical Journal.

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