*poem*10 Dec 2012 06:30 am

Temporal Velocity Theory by J. Michael Shell

Temporal Velocity Theory

(Applied in Relative Poetical Mathematics)

All of accumulated time (including all of anticipated time),

expressed as an infinite line of points progressing through itself at

the speed of light,

is equal to a single point along the same line progressing at

the speed of thought.

THEREFORE

The speed of thought is equal to the entire distance time spans at

the speed of light.

OR

All of time, traversed at the speed of light, is equal to

the shortest span between two adjacent points of time traversed

at the speed of thought.

ULTIMATELY

At the speed of thought, the speed of light through time

appears to STOP.