Is the Speed Limit of the Universe … c^2?

According to this model, time and light are co-emergent.

When time contracts, light shines forward, and we see chiral redundancy. Perhaps this is the effect we were witnessing in the fourth state of matter experiment.

When time expands, light shines backward, and we see achiral redundancy. Perhaps this is the effect we were witnessing in the double-slit experiment.

The singularity (time) is the same. We are seeing it from different sides. The lens through which we view time, in this model, is the speed of light.

Perhaps the edge of c^2 is the maximum speed of any given universe. Once we exceed c^2, we make a new universe.

When the speeds of matter and energy match, they can “see” each other (via the two halves of the DNA), and exchange information. Perhaps when matter spins left at the speed of light, energy spins right at the speed of light, and the two strands meet.

But if matter spins more slowly than the speed of light, energy must spin more quickly than the speed of light, and the double-helix is strained, disfigured; its information less accessible.

What if light can be matter or energy in the same way that water can be ice or vapor?

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