the reference frame of the light

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the reference frame of the light

Postby barbarianhorde » Tue Sep 25, 2018 9:47 pm

From lights view everything we see that light bounces off when it dies to our retina, everything that we see (we don't see light obviously light makes us see) is like a really thin black pencil line of 1 dimension. So from lights frame, wherever it is, the world basically doesn't exist. Im sure other light exists though. Probably light can reference the difference between other lights even though between it is hardly anything at all, just a pencil line or some undefined nothing like a girl will say in a bar about her boyfriend when the night is well played. All falls away except the light. We are not light so we cant really see what light would see if it could see. But I bet God could if he exists.
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