Light and its strange properties

In the macroscopic world we can observe how everything that has been set in motion, without the influence of extreme forces, slows down until it finally comes to a standstill. Let us roll e.g. a ball along a path. It becomes slower and slower until it comes to a standstill. The same applies to a bullet in the air, to an unpowered vehicle on a road, etc. It can also be observed that a bullet fired at a gel, for example, is first slowed down by air resistance and then penetrates the gel, thereby slowing down significantly and slowing down even more due to the greater frictional resistance of the gel. If the bullet manages to penetrate the gel, its exit speed will be many times smaller than the initial speed when it was fired.

Light, on the other hand, behaves completely differently here. Although the speed of light can be influenced by different media, its speed within a medium remains constant and does not decrease.

If you guide a light beam into an optical fiber, the speed of light decreases, but it remains constant within the optical fiber. If this light beam emerges from the optical fiber and continues to fly in the air, its speed increases (!) suddenly (!) and also remains constant again. If this light beam then enters water, its speed is reduced to approx. 160 million m/s. But when it emerges from the water back into the air, its speed increases again (!) and remains the same speed each time within the respective medium, although there is obviously no force that causes everything.

In addition, light cannot be influenced by anything, except for a gravitational force or a space-time curvature (radio waves can be influenced by electric and magnetic fields, but light does not show any interaction). Furthermore, light is both a wave and a particle. In contrast to water waves, which need water to propagate, light can propagate without a corresponding medium (also in empty space - in any space - in a vacuum).

However, all of these strange common properties of light can be reduced to one common denominator. Below is an idea that allows us to attribute the strange behavior of light to the fact that it is not an electromagnetic wave and does not consist of particles (photons). Although there is the wave-particle dualism of light. However this is not a property of light, but a property of the substance of the world (the space-time - the respective hyperspace).

Light has no speed

When we talk about the speed of light, we are not talking about the speed of propagation from the front of a light beam or the speed of flight of a photon.

The speed of light is nothing other than the opening speed of the zipper of space-time (i.e. of the respective hyperspace, which is determined by its structure or substance).

The hyperspace-light equivalence problem

A photon (or subsequently the front of a light beam) enters the world exactly where the zipper closure mechanism tears open space-time (the respective hyperspace) step by step. The light that exists behind it can therefore come into the world step by step (i.e. quantized) from the substance of the outside of the world. A photon drips into the world, so to speak, whenever the tearing mechanism has opened space-time a further step. If our world were two-dimensional, this drop of light would appear to us as a glowing surface if we could look at it from above. At the same time, we would see mountains and valleys that would curve our two-dimensional world and thus appear as waves. In our three-dimensional world, the light particle is nothing more than a three-dimensional drop of light that drips into our world from a higher dimension through the zipper of space-time and thus appears spherical from every side within our world. At the same time, light waves arise around this ball of light, which are nothing other than the oscillating space-time around the hole in hyperspace where the photon has just dropped in (like a stone thrown into water - with the only difference that the stone comes out of our three-dimensional world, while the light comes from a higher dimension). So if we measure the speed of light, then this speed only depends on what material or structure the space-time (the respective hyperspace) is made of. It cannot be distinguished whether a photon was measured that just penetrated (dropped into) the world from the substance of the outside of the world, or whether a hole was measured in hyperspace that was created by the tearing mechanism of space-time that just made room for one Photon created.

If you unzip the vacuum space-time, the unzipping speed is 2.99792458 x 10^8 m/s (speed of light in vacuum).
If you rip open the zipper of water space-time, the tearing speed is approx. 1.6 x 10^8 m/s (speed of light in water).

This means that every zipper in space-time (hyperspace) is always exactly the resistance that determines the penetration speed of light.

This view easily explains why light travels at a constant speed within a medium without slowing down: The rip up speed does not change as long as no external force acts.

At the same time, this view also easily explains why light can not only become slower but also faster when it exits into another medium: The resistance to the rip up speed of an air hyperspace is lower than that of an optical fiber hyperspace or a water hyperspace.

Light that passes from an optical fiber into water becomes (abruptly) slower because the resistance of the water hyperspace is greater than that of the optical fiber hyperspace.
Light that passes from an optical fiber into air becomes (abruptly) faster because the resistance of the air hyperspace is smaller than that of the optical fiber hyperspace.

Light is created by displacement of hyperspace

It is not electrons that emit light. Electrons merely ensure an alternating displacement of the hyperspace, which is thereby set into oscillation and allows the light existing “behind” to pass through from “inside”.


  • It is not the electrons of a filament in a halogen lamp that emit photons. The electric current drives the electrons in the filament and in this way creates a lot of friction. As a result, the temperature (the movement of atoms or molecules) in the filament becomes high enough to rip up the filament hyperspace. The light can thus flow into the world through the alternating spaces between the atoms and molecules (and exactly at the tearing speed of the material from the filament hyperspace and its surroundings).
  • Laser light does not come about when an electron emits a photon when it jumps from a higher energy level to a lower one. The electron at the higher energy level merely functions as a plug in the bathtub. This electron plug blocks the path of the light “behind” it. As soon as the electron jumps to a lower energy level, a hole remains in hyperspace for a brief moment. The shutter speed is fast, but slow enough for just one photon to get through. The sum of such photons then results in laser light. The respective shutter speed is therefore responsible for both the size and the energy content of a photon.
  • In an oscillator, it is not its vibrations that cause radio waves to be emitted. Its frequency causes hyperspace to oscillate and tears it open. Now the light existing behind the oscillating circuit hyperspace can enter the world with a strong frequency shift (as high-frequency radiation). Neither visible light nor radio waves have speed. It is always the opening speed of the respective hyperspace that can be measured (which also explains the spread according to the distance square law or the cubic distance law, because the opening of a hyperspace weakens any spread).
  • A photon that triggers an interference pattern behind the double slit in a double slit experiment does not choose one of the two slits. It simply hits the aperture, which thereby absorbs the energy of the photon and passes it through itself. The edges of the two slits act as antennas, which now begin to oscillate and rip up the apertur hyperspace. As a result, the entire hyperspace resonates behind the double slit diaphragm and in this way creates hyperspace mountains and hyperspace valleys, which reinforce or cancel each other out and in this way create an interference pattern. If you create an opaque aperture that has corresponding gaps, but which are not translucent (i.e. only etched into the aperture as a surface recess), (frequency-shifted) interference patterns would also have to arise if a photon hits such an aperture. In this case, the creation of light from a fluorescent tube or a BRAUN tube could be explained by the fact that UV light in a fluorescent tube or electrons in a BRAUN tube hit the luminous layer (i.e. the aperture) and are then frequency-shifted to appear as visible light.
  • The transmission speed of information from entangled quanta is therefore faster than the speed of light in a vacuum because the transmission is not only possible via the entanglement channel (which is located within this world and therefore allows information transmission at a maximum of the vacuum speed of light), but the information transmission occurs instantaneously (i.e. with infinite speed) behind our world within the substance of the outside, exactly where all the light in the world exists hidden behind hyperspace (as a kind of dense point packing, whose imaginary tightness forces an instantaneous transfer of information).
  • The photo effect should also be able to be triggered easily with light of low frequencies or should be more pronounced with higher frequency light (blue light or UV light) when the solar cell is caused to oscillate. These oscillations should promote the escape of electrons from the metal. In this way, the efficiency of a solar cell could be increased. In addition, other metals (in addition to silicon and germanium) could also be used as solar cell material.
  • Radioactivity can be explained by the fact that matter (and every other form of energy) disturbs itself above a certain minimum density, so that it cannot come to rest and simply cannot exist compactly at rest. Because of its high density of matter, the atomic hyperspace of radioactive substances is displaced faster than it can close. There remain elementary cracks within the atomic space-time, and a constant unrest of the elementary building blocks arises. This unrest within radioactive elements prevents atomic hyperspace from closing and therefore constantly allowing light to pass through into the world from within in the form of radioactive radiation. Because these are very small, constantly changing cracks due to the unrest, the frequency of the light that shines through is correspondingly high, or the equivalent particles are correspondingly small. Small endless loops of atomic hyperspace are created by atoms with a large mass number, so to speak, which filter out the radioactive part of the (background) light of the world.