The chart above shows G constant string deployments in ORANGE at equidistant Planck length units, using constant speed of light “c” as its driver. This is a uniform distribution of string manifests in this dimension. BLUE shows non-equidistant Planck length units based on varying wavelength and frequency due to non-synchronized string deployments, which is the expected and suggested outcome of this observation. It is the common resultant value or oscillation of G in and out of this plane that makes a time zone. But, for that matter, it would mean that every Planck mass point or string could be in its own time zone. This adds another "creative" ingredient in the differentiation of atomic types. Not all strings materialize at the same time. This adds variety, making it possible for atomic differentiation to take place. Also, it is suggested that certain time-making or altering string oscillations or movements are responsible for creating energy hubs or giving rise to an atom or other components. Therefore, time zone variance may be the determining factor in manifesting an artifact, and also the "speed of life."

By reducing light speed and using Planck length, time and mass, we see that frequency and wavelength impact molecular gravitational constant rather than velocity. And when the "G" constant is affected, apparent gravity, mass, and orbital characteristics are also affected from the vantage point of the relative observer. Such might be the case of some observed large Jupiters at times orbiting too close to home stars. Their high transit velocities would indicate closer proximity to the star than they really are, but that's due to the nature of that space region's "G" constant state.

time and space

Time and space are proportional, just as frequency is to wavelength. Both are energy byproducts with the exception that frequency is inter-dimensional, time its physical derivative. Therefore, an object's frequency is the inverse of its own time base, while its wavelength is its prime unit of distance or space.

Every matter pin point in creation has its own time base. The combination of all physical objects in, say, this planet, renders the common time base for this planet. That is to say that venturing off of this planet means crossing various space/time segments, some lower and some higher than ours. Time dilation, as proposed by relativity, is a very narrow view of referential time. It is based on velocity rather than regional factors, which is not a wholesome quantity. It also makes no mention of crossing different "time zones" in space. While gravitational fields can bend light, time is not associated with a change in an object's trajectory. Rather, velocity is the appearance of time over its predetermined regional wavelength or space.

We have discovered numerous star systems where huge planets appear to circle their star rather quickly. Some are that close to the star, but others are not. Some are subject to their own time base different from ours. This will be discussed later on.

As shown by the third of the above simplistic formulas, time and distance (lambda, wavelength) are proportional and depend on regional conglomerate pulse trains. Acceleration, or the fourth formula, can be derived from wavelength while distance "r," whether linear or orbital, is again tied to wavelength. Force was used to describe linear distance since Force is a physical derivative while Energy is dimensional.

Additionally, we can extend the above relationships to show that mass is the inverse of wavelength and energy:​

In the above relationship, lambda is string dimensional potential.


For nearly a century, science has held fast to an indisputable standard called, the speed of light. Relativistic adaptations have been built around just about every atomic and cosmological relationship known, but light speed is not a special phenomena as thought. The simple act of headlights coming your way is a perfect example of faster than light emissions. Blue shifts cover the heavens. Neutron star axial beams crisscross nearby space at rapid speeds to distances where their furthest reaches light years away equate to angular perpendicular movements of several times light speeds. A high powered laser shone on the moon 400,000 km away, shifted over 48 degrees per second, causes the tip of the laser beam to travel faster than light. A Moreton pulse on the sun's surface creates a light flash that races across the sun's surface at light speed. In the time it covers 58 visual kms on the sun's surface, at an angle of 0.0024 degrees, it has covered 6,336 kms on Earth, or 109 times light speed.

These are just a few examples of energy in motion beyond light speed. Light speed is itself non-relativistic, and speed measurements in the lab do show 3,000,000 m/sec. Although, the cosmos seems to work by different rules. Instead, what seems obvious is that energy areas, not just light, are bound to specific time quotients as noted by prior mathematical descriptions shown. Extended math relationships seem to indicate that the universal constant "G" is affected by matter's resonant dimensional rates, and therein time and velocity. This gives rise to "time factor," or the time ration between two time zones: