Talk is mostly about massive objects. There are also places and objects in the universe, which have a much smaller density or less gravitationally affected environment in contrast to our environment. For the mass-poor environment or low-mass object, time compared to our environment would pass faster. If so eventually a death of the universe should be, without the adoption of either of the 1st nor the 2nd German, then would first the mass-poor environments ‘wither away’ and then the massive. By the same author: Dropbox. From this one can conclude that the light of little gravitationally affected objects or environments from the future comes.
For example, If our solar system 5 billion years (tgeg), the mass of poorer environment – due to the relative time – 4 billion years (tzuk) and distance between these reference systems is so great that the light takes just 1 billion years until it reaches us by the mass-poor environment. If the light when we arrived, our environment is 6 billion years old (without taking into account the time dilation!) and the mass poor environment of 5 billion years. The light transmitted to us the information from the time when the low mass was still 4 billion years old. It is similar to the mass-rich environment. To sum up:-arrival time information < t gaither => it is from the future come (4Ga < 6Ga)-Arrival Time Information > gaither => it has to come from the past t need to find just the way, like one this time difference recognizes. I prefer the first postulate! The light is allowed to have no relativistic time, because it would be influenced by different environments (with relativistic time) and thus distort the information contained. (Similar to the theory of light fatigue).
What would the refutation of the big bang and falsification of the age of the universe at the same time. The electromagnetic wave is not only independent of reference system, but also time absolutely! From this I deduce: there are two kinds of time. The relativistic time (type, SRT) and uninfluenced absolute time. We can concentrate the light, increase intensity, shield, distract, and do many other things so, but we never be its internal clock, which absolute time can influence. A video version of the findings of the universal thinkers. (With his accent of course.) Alexander Fufaev