>>11800336The critical-mirror-cascade-catastrophe.

Any relative observer creates at the moment of his existence, or at any given moment where he emit rays, a sphere which expanding outward with the speed of light.

Because a particle, ray, energy-packet or even quantum fluctuation, cant escape this sphere, this event-horizon, with out breaking the fundamental laws of relativity, we can imagine it as hyper-reflective-mirror-sphere. Because all energy no matter what, needs to stay with in this event horizon.

If our Observer on position A, moves relative to an Object on position B, with in the mirror horizon, it creates an critical reflection.

Because the observe, starts to shift the mirror horizon, along the vector of his relative movement to Object on position B. In case of the earth sun relation the shift would accrue with an speed of 108000 km/h. All energy trapped on the opposite side of the moving vector, of the observer, relative to object b, has to be reflected inward to the original observer.

There are only 2 options, A:The speed of light is not the limit.

B: there is a mirror horizon cascade failure.

This problem gets even worse if you observe multiple objects or multiple observers. Cause the inward directed energy, the reflection of observer A could easy be reflected from an second observer C. This would intensive the the magnitude with which all energy gets reflected inward, and not only this, the random distribution with in the mirror sphere, would be more and more focused to the first observer.

With one observe most of reflected energy would be evenly distributed with in the mirror sphere, and only a part would fall directly on the first observer. But every additional observer would act like a lens glass for the first observer.

Now i have a Question 4 you all.

Did you emit rays at the moment?