FOR KELLY OF THE KELLY PARADOX
by Nate Tulay

“When we see a galaxy 5 billion light years away, would that galaxy not had been closer 5 billion years ago, and thus take a less light time to reach in the first place?” Kelly Paradox

In simple English, “if the light we are looking at now that is 5 billion light years away as of this moment in Time was closer or not closer to the earth 5 billion years ago, would it still be 5 billion light years away like it is as of this moment in Time to us or would it take less than 5 billion light years to reach us, if it was indeed closer or not closer to the earth 5 billion years ago??” – Kelly Paradox

The answer is if the galaxy was indeed closer to the earth 5 billion years ago, it would take 4.9999.. billion light years and any number below 4.9999.. billion light years to reach us because if it was indeed 4.9999.. billion light years away from the earth 5 billion years ago it would have been only .1 light year away from the earth 5 billion years later. Which means it would had moved only .1 light years in 5 billion years since it is currently 5 billion light years away from us. Which means the light we are staring at as of this moment in time from the galaxy that is 5 billion light years away as of this moment in Time would be 4.9999.. and any number below 4.9999.. billion light years away from the earth if it was indeed closer to the earth 5 billion years ago, but if it wasn’t indeed closer to the earth 5 billion years ago, it would still be 5 billion light years away given that it is currently 5 billion light years away from us which mean it hadn’t moved forward in 5 billion years since it is indeed 5 billion light years away from us as of this moment in Time. Which simply means if the galaxy wasn’t any closer to earth 5 billion years ago, the galaxy would still be 5 billion light years away since it is currently 5 billion light years away from earth as of this moment in Time. Which also means that the galaxy didn’t move forward at all and can’t move forward because we captured it in time at a precise location, which is the 5 billion light years away location. Which also means if the galaxy was indeed closer to the earth 5 billion years ago it would indeed be 4.9999.. and any number below 4.9999.. billion light years away since it can’t be more than 5 billion light years away ever given that we captured it in the present for us at 5 billion light years away. 

Furthermore, the answer to the Kelly paradox also tells us that the distance of a light we are currently observing is exactly where that light is at as of that moment in time because if it wasn’t that the light wouldn’t be visible to us to be traced back through time. Which simply means when you trace light backwards through time to its exact point of origin that point of origin is exactly where that light is at as of that moment in time because if it wasn’t at that point of origin its current point of origin wouldn’t be where you traced it back to as of that moment in time and would be where that light is supposedly at as of that moment in time instead of where you originally traced it back to or cease to exist completely if that light no longer exist in reality. Which simply means light point of origin is exactly how far you traced it back through time from your current location since its point of origin changes when that light moves and disappears completely when that light no longer exist in reality. Which simply means the only time you cannot trace light back through time to its exact distance from you is when that light ceases to exist because it would disappear completely when it ceases to exist without leaving any remaining waves through time.

And the physical evidence is a modern lamp. Why?? Because when you turn a modern lamp off the light ceases to exist completely without leaving any remaining wave through time. And that is why light is indeed a product of energy because it ceases to exist completely without a constant energy source. Which means the lights of dead stars do not exist anymore through time due their lack of a constant energy source given that light ceases to exist completely when it loses its energy source or when its energy source is mechanically switched off. #ETinfinity … I solved it completely.

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