evidence that light does have a fixed position in time and not super position
Krum you might have to elaborate on this just a bit as the typical dumbhead (me) doesn’t immediately comprehend how overlapping applies
Well I am working off the premise posed to me that an "object" traveling at or near the speed of light would not have a fixed position because it would be in all places equally.
I didn't even bring up the one thing that would prove the idea wrong. If it were true then you wouldn't be able to calcuate the speed of light at all. Unless for some reason photons are an exception to this theory. I doubt that photons would be an exception since pretty much all "particles" that travel at or near the speed of light are just different forms of "light" essentially.
So I am refrencing the cocept by talking about "super position" since you wouldn't "according to the theory" be able to distinguish the position of a particle if it were traveling at or near the speed of light. I'm just bending the definition slightly here but the concept is still the same.
Well it comes back to my perspective on time. That it is a sequence of moments that follow one after the next. Sure they don't happen at the seconds or mili-second level that we commonly like to think of as time splitting. It would be more on the atomic or quantum level.
For every quantum moment everything, all atoms, electrons, ect have a fixed position for that specific quantum moment. Meaning if you were to actually take that moment you would be able to distinguish where everything was. The only problem with this, which is not much of a problem is the actual velocity and position at the same time. We can know the position or the velocity but not both.
If you judge however its resolution is beyond the 81-year-old with incipient Alz’s please forgive and don’t feel obligated to respond, while it’s been a pleasure chatting
The only reason I bring it up is because I think it gets glossed over so easily. So many people think that time is not needed for things to happen. Which if that is true, I don't see how you could accurately calculate velocity then. It would mean something could be moving and then time could pause yet the object still continue, which would give an inaccurate reading. I have never observed something do this.
Incidentally modern software also leaves me panting. What possible connection could there be ‘tween an Alz’s victim chatting with a physicist about the speed of light in question with with the fixed position of Photonia, and the U.S. unemployment situation
Isn't everything interconnected?