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carl fischbach

remembered an important detail of how I applied

relalivity to explain the quantum world.

You take a powerful stationary laser light source

that diverges slightly and fire it at a stationary

observer 30,000,000 kilometers away. Then you have

a moving an observer travelling 80% of c that is

somewhere between the laser light source and the

stationary observer,when the laser is fired,travelling in a straight line

towards the stationary observer.The moving

observer is positioned so he arives next

the stationary observer when the laser light

source strikes the moving observer from

the moving observer's eyes.From the stationary

observer's eyes at the same instance the light

has yet to strike him.The key here is that the

moving observer will see the light strike the

the stationary observer at this instance even

though in the stationary observers eyes it has

yet to strike him.Now say the stationary observer

moves out of the path of light after the

moving observer passes him by, the light will

miss the stationary observer in his eyes, yet in

eyes of the moving obsever the light struck

the stationary observer.Which led me to draw this

conclusion if the stationary obsever remained

stationary then the moving obsever would have

seen his future,if the stationary observer moved

out of the path of light,then the moving observer

would have seen a future possibility that did not happen.