When we are in spaceflight, because of our constant acceleration, our bodies will—in response—constantly be trying to gather density. This has the potential to cause both bone demineralization and the re-activation of viruses. When calcium is used instead of magnetism to hold the body together, it skews our density, and traps us in time rather than anchoring us in time. In cells that are too dense, the speed of light will be too fast. I believe excess density is a factor in both pathogenesis and oncogenesis.
Astronauts’ dietary requirements for iodine and iron might be different from ours, for metabolic reasons. They will need to toggle with a different time signature.
Time travel of the kind we read about in science fiction is not possible. The universe is accelerating. If we were somehow able to wake up in the future, we would be too dense. We would perceive everything as energy; our bodies would perpetually seek to create additional density; this additional density would drag us back to the past. It’s a self-correcting system. We cannot stay where we don’t belong.
Similarly, if we were somehow able to wake up in the past, we would be too fast. We would perceive everything as density; our bodies would perpetually seek to create additional speed; this additional speed would bring us back to the future.
The system is self-correcting, but it can go awry, in which case this tendency of speed or density to accrue works against us. Once our perception of density is too high, it will continue to get higher, and we will incorrectly keep increasing our processing speed (Parkinson’s). Once our perception of density is too low, it will continue to get lower, and we will incorrectly keep decreasing our processing speed (ALS).
Of course, in truth, every day we essentially wake up in the future. When we are behind time—I personally slipped “behind time” around age 40—we will be too dense, and we will misperceive the energy level as being higher than it is, which will cause us to increase our density, and fall further behind time. This is also known as aging.
When we are ahead of time, we will be too energetic, and we will misperceive the density level as being higher than it is, which will cause us to further increase our energy, and skip further ahead. What is optimal is to be in sync with time, where less energy is expended to correct our metabolic rate and processing speed, and more is available for everything else.
When we are materially fast, we will be energetically dense. Conversely, when we are materially dense, we will be energetically fast. In the former, our light spins down slowly (our lifespan is long). In the latter, our light spins down quickly (our lifespan is short).