Authors: Cetin Dincer
In bare space, outside the context of matter, speed of the light has much bigger values from ''c'' and increases in direct proportion to the frequency of the light. But we always measure the speed of light fixed. The reason for this is that all masses have motion in two dimensions. One of these dimensions is the universe and the speed is ''c''. This speed creates the time. Wavelength of our universe is 299,792.458. km. This wavelength causes a ‘’tunnel Effect’’. We can not see and measure the movements outside of this wavelength. We can measure the greatest values within this wavelength. This wavelength is our cosmic horizon field. For this reason, the speed of light is always measured fixed. The Universe moves in the fourth dimension with the speed ''c'' (Time). This motion in two dimensions brings appear two different concept of time. These are Macro Time and Micro Time. One of the components of the speed of light within the material is smaller than‘’c''.
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