Time as Electromagnetic Field

In this model, time—the present, “earth”—is a width of light. The past (“moon”) is too narrow. The future (“sun”) is too wide.

When I do not understand the proper dimensions of time—its width and its height—I cannot properly scale with it.

In my 20s, I had Reynaud’s. It was as if I would get too vasoconstricted in cold weather. My capillaries became so tiny, the membrane was no longer porous to the proper degree; electrolytes could not cross efficiently. I lost some control when I lost the sensation of peripheral resistance. It was as if my blood was slightly off the [electromagnetic] grid.

Time, here, is like sea level. From beneath sea level, light appears to be branching into many worlds. This is because beneath sea level, light qua light is too dense.

From above sea level, light appears to be condensing into one world. This is because above sea level, light qua light is too diffuse.

We might liken time to an electromagnetic field. At sea level, electricity and magnetism are in balance. Beneath sea level, I will feel the expanding force. When I feel the expanding force, I condense. I move potassium outside the cell.

Above sea level, I will feel the contracting force. When I feel the contracting force, I expand. I move sodium inside the cell.

When I feel sunlight, I expand. I use vitamin D to move sodium inside the cell.

When light accelerates and expands (day), I match it. I prefer the evening, when light is decelerating and condensing. When light decelerates and condenses, I match it.

Time is like warm bath water that matches my body’s own temperature and degree of dilation. When the water matches mine, I don’t have to do anything. When the bath water is cold, I constrict. Sometimes I can constrict too much (e.g. Reynaud’s). When the bath water is hot, I widen. Sometimes I widen too much.

When light is too constricted, it is no longer light. It is denser than light. When light is denser than light, it will accelerate and expand [into many worlds]. As time moves forward, I lose myself (ME/CFS)

When light is not constricted enough, it is no longer light. It is wider than light. When light is more myriad than light, it will decelerate and contract [toward one world]. As time moves forward, I redound to myself (Autism).

“Many worlds” and “one world” are the same thing: light qua light.

At sea level, the expanding and the contacting forces are in balance. In physics, we speak of this as being an inertial field. It is indeed inertial—neutral, zero—but it’s a zero that is masking two other, mighty forces: electricity and magnetism.

When electricity and magnetism are no longer in balance—when the brain’s perception of time is off—illness results.

Could time be the missing variable in our analysis of human health?

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