the simple, treatise being that, photons don’t move, light (as a reprentation of energy) shows where they were (or might have been)


The mass of the observable

should then be the energy of wave


divided by the square of speed

in the object in which the change in media is observable?


The mass of the unobservable

would be roughly equal to nothing

(I predict)

waves don’t exist

When energy equals nil


having being given a finite amount we divide it into smaller and smaller parcels the value of which increase at speed in proportion to the distance from the perceived value


If you cannot afford to buy

do not despair

the bank will invent money

and lend to your imagination

Real money, which you can

pay back with interest


cut out your backyard

sell it

and you can borrow enough

to cut out two more

and selling those

you can afford four


A new valuation.

Imagined into being,

suddenly at least 4 times moreworth,

New speak,

for the opportunity cost,

of mortgage