- Jah Kable
- Troy, NY
- United States
Thinker ready to be unleashed upon the world,
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The majority of things in the sky are illusions. More precisely they are light that has traveled the cosmos and returned their image now.
I was reading about space-time compression and things related to it and i thought:" If light can bend around gravitational fields whats to say that what we see is not just Us (for lack of a better word) being seen by us in the future (This could be thousands, millions, billions for all i know). I know that everything we see can't possibly be Us but what if some of these little glints in the sky are light from our planet bouncing and curving in space until one day the beam return. For instance in small scale, as ironic as that is talking about space) we can see stars that we KNOW are behind the sun for certain and should not be visible to our line of sight. Yet we see them because the sun bends light around it. This could also be a reason the universe seems infinite. Its very large but it may just be a finite loop created by the giant masses in space!