# Why I figured it out that “The speed of light is zero meters per second”?

Posted on: June 29, 2022

## No measuring instrument is able to record light unless light t is obstructed.

A galaxy is 100,000 light years across on average. Which is 587,900,000,000,000,000 miles; and would take approximately 36,582,785 days (Light-days?) to travel from one end to the other.

With this scale of magnitude, Logarithmic math comes handy. For example:

Do you know that the spiral circle in a galaxy is never deformed unless it is being eaten by another galaxy?

Because to travel or to have a speed; you must have time.

If light is unobstructed, it then travels instantaneously and with far greater speed than “computed” in our earthly environment like 347,222,000 Km/s

Therefore, it took zero seconds to travel an infinite amount; meaning the speed is zero.

If something travels instantaneously, its speed must be zero meters per second.

Infinite, like zero, is a concept rather than a real number.

Infinite minus infinite is zero, and so, zero minus zero must be infinite.

if you subtract “nothing” from “nothing,” then the only remaining answer is everything. If you add nothing to nothing, then you still have nothing.

The fantastic team at CalTech believed their camera to be an error and calculated 13,000,000,000,000 frames per second as

The obvious mistake, and here is the proof for the corrected mathematics of the speed they captured on camera. It is 347,222,000 Km/s

Why are there exactly 3 generations of particles?

The particles and antiparticles of the Standard Model obey all sorts of conservation laws, but also display fundamental differences between fermionic particles and antiparticles and bosonic ones.

While there’s only one “copy” of the bosonic contents of the Standard Model, there are three generations of Standard Model fermions.
Nobody knows why. (Credit: E. Siegel/Beyond the Galaxy)