Twinkle twinkle little …

We are all familiar with stumbling around in a darkened room. We are also aware that when we strike a match in that room, then the light from the match fills the entire room. When we increase the luminosity further by turning on a 100 watt bulb the room becomes complete flooded and we can happily work and get around without knocking or stumbling over the furniture.
Why then is space so dark ?
Why even close to giant nebula is dark space still evident ?
Is there not enough sources of light to at least make space somewhat dim ?
One could argue that space is so enormous that the suns and nebula cannot reach all parts of the universe. But, even the parts of the universe which has had time to be bathe in light still remains cold and dark.
In fact, the space between our sun and the earth is also dark. You would imagine the sun is luminous enough to at least make the dark intervening space somewhat bright !
WRC teaches that light does not travel in the way we might think it does. When we observe the stars twinkling in the night sky we are NOT observing the light from the star itself. The emissions from the star are invisible. Those emissions are the expanding cooling emanations which extend out into space and those emanations do not become visible again until they impact a dividing equator. Upon such an impact the expanding radiation reverses its centrifugal motion to compressing centripetal motion and the image and conditions of the star is REPRODUCED.
The light/heat we experience from the sun has never left the sun. This is why the surrounding space is cold and dark. However, between any two bodies there exists a dividing potential equator and in the case of the sun/earth this equator lies much closer to the earth. When the cooling invisible expansive radiation from the sun impacts this equator the motion is reversed from centrifugal to centripetal and we then experience the suns conditions here on the earth.
The images we experience in the night sky are also reproduced within the observer. The light has never travelled as light across the great expanse of space.
WRC implies that if we flew to a point closer to the sun then a dividing equator between the sun/ship would become evident and the sun’s condition would then be REPRODUCED within the space craft itself.
All bodies radiate their condition. Oys sensing relies on this expanding information so it can convert those centrifugal emanation back into an image of the original. Those images are reproductions of the original not the original itself.

3 thoughts on “Twinkle twinkle little …

  • May I present a different perspective.
    While you wrote of different light intensities between a match and a hundred watt bulb in a room, we really function at another level of reality when examining stars. Though our star has a material incandescent surface, beyond that is light-filled space. (and as per Maxwell, heat-light-ultra-violet-xray radiance combination). In close to the Sun, that space, that volume, is filled far more intensely than a volume at greater distance (though the terms are not fully parallel, this is described by “square of the distance” relationships). Near-star space is brilliantly filled, far space is dimly filled. Move far enough from a star, and the experience will be darkness.

    • This is true Hugh but, do you think 98 million miles between the sun and earth is a big enough volume to lose all that intensity?
      The point WR is trying to make is that, what we observe from a distant source is not transmitted across the vast volume of space as that ‘light’.
      Rather, that distant ‘light’ condition is reproduced within the observer or reproduced on the planet itself when those ‘dark’ radiative emanations cross the balancing (zero) plane which must exist between any two masses.
      If you could place a body that is without an ability to radiate between the sun and the earth it would increase its positive character. If the body was placed too clsoe to the sun then that positive character would be so great it could replicate on its own surface the conditions of the sun itself.
      Thanks for your interest 🙂

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