I admit I’m no master of Physics concepts, but I’ve exhaustively researched commonly accepted ideas in the field and believe I’ve found a central theme shared by all physical phenomena. I’ll note also that this hypothesis of mine is very similar to general relativity, but doesn’t fail at the quantum level
The speed of light is often strictly defined in a vacuum to be ~300,000,000 m/s. It’s one of the most common ideas discussed in Physics. I certainly wouldn’t be the first to assume there exists a unifying theory somewhere in the realm of unsolved scientific mysteries, but I don’t ever hear much about how everything seems to obey and be a consequence of the law which determines how fast light transmits through space
Why did I word it that way? Because light, although often stated as such, isn’t ever actually constant. IF all other things in its reference frame medium were held constant at a constant distance from whatever origin it happens to be orbiting (only observed to orbit black holes to my knowledge) THEN maybe it’s speed might be a known constant if its medium were an absolute vacuum. But since all things are moving through space, including black holes, and there has yet to be an example of an isolated photon propagating through a determined absolutely empty volume of space, light never exists as the constant it’s described to be. Not to mention that the curvature of space time can actually make light appear to exceed its assumed maximum from a reference frame outside of the local curvature zone (I’m totally making up this terminology so I hope it’s understandable by whoever reads this)
So how does this all tie together and allegedly cause all other events? Simple. Information is transmitted through space time at the speed of light. Whatever that speed happens to be locally. It’s usually stated that light speed is a maximum speed in the universe, but no one ever seems to entertain the possibility that it’s the ONLY speed of information traveling through space time. Making it both a minimum AND maximum speed
This one crucial detail could very well explain absolutely everything. Thermodynamics, for example. Superfluids behave in unexplained ways and display unpredictable motion near absolute zero. Why? My assumption (almost purely speculation, I admit) is that its individual particle components have “lost speed” by losing temperature. In order to satisfy the law of information transmission, they must start to move in some other way to compensate for the loss
It also explains why temperature increases near the center of a massive body. Movement of particle components in a core orbit at a shorter radial distance from the center so they must compensate by oscillating/vibrating while mostly stationary near the very center. Otherwise, the components and the “information” they are composed of would fail to satisfy light speed law.
It also explains even more bizarre situations like when motion is severely restricted by density in the case of collapsed stars like a neutron star. Motion is restricted so intensely that subatomic motion is needed to compensate for the lack of motion (or absence of atoms entirely) provided by the atoms, generating extraordinarily powerful fields associated with quantum units like magnetism and electricity
All orbits of all massive objects are predictable and predetermined by gravitational forces which incidentally are transmitted at light speed. Anything not in accordance with gravitational law is usually swept under the “dark things rug” like dark matter and dark energy. Understandably so, since they have yet to be well understood and defined so why not clump them together into the same mystery box.
Am I wrong in my assumption that this one law has authority over everything else? Please feel free to educate or argue with me