Speed of light: 299,792,458 meters per second

I'm convinced it has to be this speed to allow a quantum/classical boundary. A Femtosecond holds the key of 0.3 micrometers. An object with this width is going to be auto-observed ..have a physical state. The speed of light is the speed it is in order for quantum events to occur. If it was any faster a Femtosecond could cover 0.2 micrometers and prevent quantum weirdness from being a thing.

The speed of light is directly tied to the spaceTime and it seems to be a frame rate.

I suspect the default speed of light is actually 200,000,000 m/s and a multiplier of1.49896229is added to the frame rate to equal 299,792,458 m/s

Again, the multiplier is to ensure the quantum/classical boundary size.

If we take the speed of light and multiply it by 5 we get: 299,792,458 m/s x 5 =1.49896229×10^15 Micrometers per second (1,498,962,290,000,000)

I think it is telling us 1,498,962,290 m/s is the speed of light when spacetime isn't involved.

The speed of light gets divided by 5. Is it saying time gets split between 5 different dimensions?

299,792,458 m/s x 5 = 1,498,962,290 m/s or 1,498,962,290,000,000 Micrometers per second 1,498,962,290,000,000 / 5 = 2.9979246e+14 || 299,792,460,000,000

I think this is saying the auto-observe key is actually 0.29979246 Micrometers

speed of light 299,792,458 / auto-observe 0.29979246 micrometers to meters 0.00000029979246 = 999,999,990,000,000

Light has a max of auto-observing 999,999,990,000,000 clumps of matter each second.

1000000000000000 - 999999990000000 = 10,000,000

I think that is somewhere around 0.00000001% of a difference.

"The official definition of a meter today is: 1⁄299792458 of the distance traveled by light in a vacuum, in 1 second. ... A consequence of using this definition is that any attempt to measure the speed of light is cyclical; you must use a “meter” to measure it at some point, which relies on the speed of light"

A Meter is based on 10's, it scales.

Time is Spacetime. I bring up the parallel universes because the math implies it. It can't be a coincidence that the speed of light x 5 equals that many micrometers.

You can rest assured a femtosecond of light is a unit of spacetime. The quantum/classical boundary demands it.

The split in 5 might be telling use there are 4 parallel universes.

https://www.nature.com/news/2010/100....2010.130.html

This link says: 0.3 becomes 30 ..well, maybe just for objects allowed to interact with 0.3 objects and not give them a physical state. This explains why quantum weirdness events are allowed to occur in plants and animals.

Space and Time are directly tied. Or should I say Distance and Time? The frame rate of spacetime has been increased for light to be the speed it is.

If I'm right, the quantum/classical boundary should be different throughout the fabric of spacetime ..like time dilation.

Time dilation and the boundary must be insane in cosmic voids. This has to by why they are expanding.

Spacetime converts quantum waves that have a width of 0.3 or larger and automatically gives them a physical state. The wave is now also a particle, it is in a duality ..the quantum field and spacetime are influencing it. It isn't going to perform quantum weirdness events but will wobble like a wave. Observation can be performed on purpose with smaller objects ..what I care about are the auto-observed sizes.

Matter waves not decaying is pretty strong evidence that spacetime isn't involved with unobserved quantum waves.

Side thought: I don't think the quantum field has a causality limit for unobserved quantum waves.

The reason Einstein failed at a unifying theory is because he refused to believe anything could be without spacetime.I think spacetime is available everywhere ..but is not enacted everywhere. I think Mass enacts it (the boundary).

If you toss a rock into a cosmic void, spacetime will form around its mass like a bubble. It will experience the maximum time dilation and quantum/classical boundary spacetime can handle. Because of the spacetime bubble size. If the rock is around the size of the new boundary (for its new bubble) it would disappear into quantum waves and so would the spacetime bubble (assuming the rock didn't have a physical state at the time).

Is this why we are seeing stars older than time? Are the stars in question living in cosmic voids? Anything that ages, has a physical state.

lorentz doesn't apply to quantum waves without a physical state ..there is nothing to trade-off.

If galaxies are these enacted spacetime bubbles ..do we need dark matter to be a thing anymore?

The stars we see moving so fast at the edges of galaxies is due to its own spacetime bubble is mostly sticking out of the galaxy bubble. That star is moving in space with extreme time dilation.

We should be asking ourselves how much mass = how much spacetime?

I wouldn't want to be the first person to leave the galaxy. You would age and the different scale of the quantum/classical boundary would probably do something awful to your body.

Spacetime that isn't enacted would be like a deflated balloon ..lifeless. I'm asking what size the bubble gets per 0.3 micrometer of mass. Is the galaxy a giant spacetime bubble ..or more like a tent city?

We can compare galaxies with slow edge stars to ones with fast to give us a clue to the size.

This thread contains all the ingredients to formulate a Unified Theory.

The speed of light (causality) is the frame rate of spacetime. The frame rate determines the quantum/classical boundary.

Quantum weirdness events will not occur if the 0.3 micrometer object can be completely observed in a single frame. The exception being, 30 micrometer objects are allowed to interact without causing decoherence to a 0.2 micrometer object.

Unobserved QM = Quantum Field

Duality = QFT (both spacetime and the quantum field) (no quantum weirdness except for wobble ..and the quantum Zeno effect, the quantum field is still making it ageless. )

Spacetime = GR

Q/A

Yeah, no kidding. You are not getting what I mean by auto-observe. Particles can decohere without a human observing them. The size that doesn't need a human AND can be shot in the double slit experiment without fringes, is what the boundary is about. The link I pointed to is saying 30 micrometer objects can interact with 0.299 particles without giving them a physical state ..or causing them to decohere (same thing).Objects with smaller distances can be observed. According to your cited study, this is just the largest (in 2010) example of quantum effects being seen at a (relatively) large scale. This does not mean it is the minimum distance nor does it mean the size necessarily implies observation.

If the frame rate was faster, a photon would reach farther per particle. A 0.2 could still have quantum events but not as many as a 0.3If it was faster, more than 0.3 micrometers would be covered, not less. I also fail to see what makes it such that 0.2 micrometers would prevent such.

It was just a guess at first, but then that 1.49896229 showed up when multiplying the speed of light five times. Pretending that could be a coincidence, is insane.Ok, now why do you suspect that default speed? The multiplication holds, but what makes 200,000,000 special?

again, micrometers are a big deal for me and the boundary.Uhh... ok? From your prior paragraph, 1.52 = ~3, and now we are discovering that ~35 = ~15. We just scaled the numbers to make them look like they line up.

I'm saying there is extra time being used somewhere, somehow.Even if that were the case, what the hell would imply it is being split across dimensions (which, here, I assume you mean in a non-rigorous sense and are more alluding to sci-fi "dimensions). Or even split evenly, for that matter? Why not 2 divided in a ratio if 3:2? You are just pulling non sequiturs out of your ***.

A clump, is a clump of matter that has a width of 0.3 micrometers. The max observe does seem like a useless fact, it might be telling us something about the processor power of spacetime.What would cause you to make that connection? And what is a "clump"? Where did the 1000000000000000 come from???

Yeah, umm, my post is about new physics ..not outdated mainstream. Do you want to know what dark matter is or not?That is not what wave-particle duality is. Wave-particle duality that some wavelike behaviors and some particle-like behaviors are exhibited in quantum objects. This is described through something called the wavefunction, which has multiple interpretations, but is fundamentally a linear combination of complex vectors describing some feature