## MASS OF THE UNIVERSE CALCULATED FROM THE SPEED OF LIGHT

Imagine you really do see beyond into the ethereal dimension. You see that in your neck of the solar system the Earth is expanding outward at great velocity into the ethereal dimension and taking you along with it. But every point is rapidly receding away from every other at different rates. You see how the recession is causing Doppler red shifts between celestial bodies in light beams trying to catch up. Since the rate of expansion depends on the concentration of mass, the larger bodies such as black holes are zooming away the fastest, many quickly vanishing over the horizon. The red shift is seen clearly crossing over into the physical dimension but the expansion of space in the ethereal realm is invisible from there. Being a remote observer you have no trouble seeing that vigorous expansion is the property of matter and that the expansion in the upper dimension is responsible for creating the force of gravity in the lower. The red shift being in reality a Doppler shift and not the "gravitational" red shift the physicists brag about, you see clearly how the relative rates of expansion between celestial bodies or any other two points on a slip of paper define the gravitational potential between them, whether the value of g over the distance of a meter on Earth or the variable red shifts between us and stars or the red shift from distant galaxies. These all tell us by easy calculations the rate at which objects are receding in the one dimension and the relative force of gravity they exert on each other on the physical plane.

This we can calculate from spectral shifts between bodies, but these are just minor blemishes standing out against one immense, violent explosion within the ethereal dimension. This is the baseline rate of overall cosmic expansion, as violent in the upper dimension as empty space is calm below it. This insight provides us with a valuable tool garnered from the Michelson-Morley experiment considered the last, feeble straw preventing complete surrender of the physics profession to the theory of relativity. But there's still a few good mathematicians left out there if I'm not the only one. We know from the cosmic expansion model that light travels only in the ether dimension where minor disturbances result in Doppler shift converted to gravitational shift on the physical plane, so the speed of light itself has to be the baseline expansion rate of the universe. The reason that the velocity of the beams in the Michelson-Morley experiment were the same in all directions is that space is expanding outwards from every point in the universe, at least it is in the ethereal dimension. This is the only possible reason such a result could be found, relativity be damned. Now, the grand prize is that the entire mass of the universe can be easily calculated from the speed of light, because it represents the baseline Doppler shift of the universe as a whole.

This we can calculate from spectral shifts between bodies, but these are just minor blemishes standing out against one immense, violent explosion within the ethereal dimension. This is the baseline rate of overall cosmic expansion, as violent in the upper dimension as empty space is calm below it. This insight provides us with a valuable tool garnered from the Michelson-Morley experiment considered the last, feeble straw preventing complete surrender of the physics profession to the theory of relativity. But there's still a few good mathematicians left out there if I'm not the only one. We know from the cosmic expansion model that light travels only in the ether dimension where minor disturbances result in Doppler shift converted to gravitational shift on the physical plane, so the speed of light itself has to be the baseline expansion rate of the universe. The reason that the velocity of the beams in the Michelson-Morley experiment were the same in all directions is that space is expanding outwards from every point in the universe, at least it is in the ethereal dimension. This is the only possible reason such a result could be found, relativity be damned. Now, the grand prize is that the entire mass of the universe can be easily calculated from the speed of light, because it represents the baseline Doppler shift of the universe as a whole.