Dark speed

The speed of light which is also known as a constant in special relativity is the fastest measurable material in the universe, that we know of. The only reason it remains a constant reference point is because we have yet to find anything that travels faster than this. Although if we could measure it, what would be the speed of dark?

This is where Quantum Physics comes in with its theory of dark matter and the rate of movement in its non-clumped state. Dark matter is the substance that permeates our entire universe. What if dark matter is simply a single point somewhere in the universe that travels everywhere simultaneously? If that’s true then this would be a faster measurement than the speed of light.

But what is dark matter and how could it ever travel so fast? The only thing we know of that operates at these speeds is consciousness. If there was a way to link electromagnetic consciousness to dark matter we could then determine its rate of function. By discovering its speed in relation to light we could possibly rewrite the standard model that we are bound by a relative constant and begin working on a plausible interstellar system of space travel to distant galaxies that doesn’t require infinite mass or energy to get there according to our standard model of physics.

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