The diameter of the Sun is 864,000 miles.
The radius of the Sun is 432,000 miles.
The natural harmonic frequency of nature is 432hz.
432 squared (432 x 432) = 186,624
186,624 is the speed of light in miles per second.
The Inverse-Square Law states:
"In physics, an inverse-square law is any physical law stating that a specified physical quantity or intensity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source of that physical quantity."
Occam's Razor states:
"...among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected. Other, more complicated solutions may ultimately prove correct, but—in the absence of certainty—the fewer assumptions that are made, the better."
My conclusion is that we exist in a localized light bubble. The source of light in our light bubble (heliosphere) is the sun, and the sun emits light from its direct center and radiates outward. By the time light attains outer shell of sun, 432,000 miles from its center, the most harmonic of frequencies becomes 432. Due to the law of inverse-square, light maxes out at 186,624 seconds per mile (again, 432x432).
Anything coming into the interior of our light bubble (again, the heliosphere) from the exterior (interstellar space), succumbs to the frequency nets of the localized area of inner heliosphere. Anything that measures something where both the one doing the observational measuring, and the thing being measured, is 'converted' to observational influence of the localized medium. In other words, whatever is measured can only be measured by the medium it consists of, and is submerged in.
Every solar system has its own variations and variables. Light speed and physics laws are not universal. They are all influenced by the localized medium, with occasional bleed through from galactic center and other mediums that the solar system itself is submerged in.
- Chad Adams