# Why is nothing faster than the light?

Because of the interactions of the energy that all things consist of.The light and its speed only shows us how the simplest form of entropic energy interaction takes place. Light is an electromagnetic interaction from the higher energy content to the lower energy content with a certain visible wavelength. But other energy patterns also interact in this way. Changes in gravity, for example, move just as quickly.

And now it’s fun, because there’s no time in itself.It arises from the rhythm of interactions, a certain part of which is part of our perception. All perception is interaction and is subject to the rhythm in which these interactions take place. Without an absolute time, however, each velocity is only one measure (a scalar) of interaction and thus also subject to the rhythm of interaction and also in each reference system relative to a different reference system.

So if we move a little faster and faster, we will only reach an apparent limit, because all interactions take place in a closed system.So something can only interact (to change its position, or transfer an amount of energy to another pattern) and never interact. Even the energy of a hydrogen molecule may never reach another molecule in the form of a photonic energy transfer, but in any case in the form of a gravitational interaction or spatial displacement in the universe.

Imagine a pendulum of energy swinging through the entire universe, drawing fields from its energy in its orbit that are connected by rules.And every time the pendulum has swung back to its starting point, it starts anew. For us, it does not matter how long the pendulum swings from the outside, because for us perhaps only the electromagnetic energy between two hydrogen molecules in a vacuum has shifted by a barely perceptible distance. A so-called Planck length in a Planck time unit.

However, this shift is still based on an interaction of the “pendulum” with itself, orthe pattern it draws. The energy of the pendulum is always equal to 1 and any interaction that approaches the speed of light occurs between forms of one and the same energy and can therefore never be above 1 locally and universally. Even light always has a maximum of a local energy of 1, which allows a maximum displacement of the energy field by one Planck length per Planck time unit in a vacuum.

The mass as a negenttropic effect of the universal energy patterns is a brake block, because we entropically transfer energy to the mass in order to set it in motion relative to other masses, we increase the total eegie content of the accelerated mass.The more we do this, the greater the total local energy of the ever-faster mass, which still has to interact with other masses and energy patterns. However, since the pendulum only interacts with itself at the end, as written above, it causes an approximation to the local energy quantity at 1 as an effect of the entropic acceleration, but also for the negentropic effects of the mass patterns. The energy conversion required for further acceleration is thus increasing. At the same time, however, the entropic changes and the negentropic effects are increasingly negating, whereby the effects of the entropic processes seem to be slower relative to lower-energy local systems. As I said, we measure time by the course of entropic processes. Thus, the definition of the speed of light is tied to entropy. The more mass, the more negentropy in the form of gravity there is (negentropy as force/vector in the three spatial dimensions) and time dilation (negentropy influences the entropic process of true-stretching). The more energy is supplied, the more negentropy in the form of mass inertia as a counterforce to the entropic acceleration, and in turn time dilation occurs. Gene Light Wall, the negentropy is then so high that relativistic effects occur until entropy and negentropy pick up in the infinity. Or, in a pure light-fast electromagnetic energy transmission such as visible light, no mass patterns are present to cause negentropic effects. But what does not prevent the negentropy of masses and their effects from influencing the light as such.

In the end, therefore, it remains only to say that, in terms of entropy and negroestropic, the speed of light represents the limit that results from the perceptibility of entropic processes, and the effect of mass as a negenttropic element on it.