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We perceive non-motion events, links in a causal chain, changing.
When a present event moves out of perception, we think of it as a past event.
Time doesn't move.
Only non-motion events move relative to our bodies.
Finite velocities create the illusion of motion.
All mass objects are given the same velocity value, a frame rate at which non-motion events pass us by.
Energy in non-motion is no longer energy.
Those particles popping in and out of existence is perception of one non-motion event leaving and another one appearing.
Every dimensional event is a non-motion event.
Motion is perceiving a dimensional object traveling a distance at a rate of speed causing a measurement of time.
Once an object leaves its original location for a new location it doesn't exist at that original location anymore.
This means non-existence.
Only one location can be said to exist.
Without a second location, motion is impossible.
Motion isn't an absolute phenomenon.
If we have only one object in space it can't move.
There needs to be at least two objects and a perceiver at one point on the causal chain of that object traveling to experience a time interval.
The Observer is at zero and infinite velocity objectively.
When in the body, the Observer is in perceptual reality.
The body is a reality simulator taking information in the form of waves (blue prints).
It then hands them over to the brain (the architect).
The brain builds the virtual object and sells it to the Observer as the Real Deal.
The Observer should really be known as "The Sucker".
What we consider to be the natural free fall velocity of mass objects is the frame-rate speed at which the Subject is passing through the frames.
We perceive non-motion events changing as part of a causal chain.
All the body's movements are in determined events.
The last stroke and the first stroke I make in this comment happens at the same time: now.
I only perceive an event as 'now' if my pov happens to be in that particular reference frame.
If distance needs to be perceived to be actual, is there distance when no one is looking?
If there is no distance, can there be movement which requires it?
How could the Evolutionary theory model hold water in a non-motion reality?
Why is it that light has no acceleration rate?
If color in a rainbow is light, how fast is it going?
That which isn't moving hasn't the nature for an acceleration rate.
Light is constant [a state of non-acceleration/zero-force].
Non-motion has no way to vary.

Zteph 6 Aug 12

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