Why does E=MC2? Why does E = MC2 ? In earlier posts to this forum I have presented the God Gametes theory. This theory argues the presence of a multiverse. The multiverse being a hierarchical structure; parent universes above us, our universe being one of many son and daughter universes and baby boy and baby girl universes below. Each level of the multiverse being the reproductive system of the level above. 1. E=MC2 means nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. If matter is pushed by enough energy it will gain in weight. The more energy the more weight. This means that once matter reaches the speed of light it hits the impenetrable barrier of C2. Matter increases dramatically in size and there could never be enough energy to propel it faster than the speed of light. God Gametes relates this concept to the reproductive barrier between the living and the unborn. Living creatures need to adapt to an ever changing environment. Each new generation must vary slightly from their parents so as to better adapt to change. If creatures could communicate with the unborn then each generation would be little more than clones of their parents. The same applies to the reproduction of universes. If life on this level of the multiverse is the reproductive system of the level above then it is critically important that we have no direct communication with our parent species on the next higher level. It would seem therefore that our universe has been created in an area of space so large that nothing will escape. For example; let us say that the universe we live in was created 15 billion years ago, it will expand for another 10 billion years, turn around and disappear into a big crunch. That would mean the full life cycle of our universe took 50 billion years to complete. If then we are a part of a larger parent universe and were created within an area of space that had a diameter of 100 billion light years then nothing (not even light) could escape the confines of our universe. Thus it is impossible for us to have contact with the parent species on the next higher level of the multiverse. Like all reproductive systems we can not be influenced by the way they are but instead we must produce the variation in offspring they need to adapt to a changing environment. 2. E=MC2 means that time is relative. Let us imagine that twins were born on the same day but one twin leaves his brother here on earth and goes on a very fast space trip. If the space trip took 20 earth years then the twin that stayed at home would of course be twenty years old when his brother returned. But because the twin that went on the space trip was travelling at high speed he would have aged little and would now be much younger than his brother. God Gametes relates this variation in time to a critical aspect of reproductive systems. Complex living systems need to reproduce many times during their life. Successful species will attempt to have as many offspring as possible, with the greatest possible variation, and let natural selection choose which are the best adapted to carry on their genetic line. The God Gametes model argues that each human consciousness is the male reproductive cell of our parent species on the next higher level of the multiverse. But if our life expectancy is 70 to 80 years then that is a long time for our parent species to wait for their male sperm cells to fertilise the female egg. This would be a problem for them because, like all successful species, they would need to reproduce many times and could not afford to wait decades for their progeny to be conceived. The problem however is overcome by the relativity of time. The God Gametes model argues that each level of the multiverse has different gravitational forces. The next higher level of the multiverse will run slower than here on earth. It is likely therefore that the 70 to 80 years we live is just a few days in the life of our parent species and the relativity of time made possible by E=MC2 allows them to reproduce many times. 3. E-MC2 means that space is relative. We are familiar with the concept that 1 metre = 1 metre. But at high speed (or in a high gravitational force) the length of 1 metre can be reduced to virtually nothing. A particle travelling at 1 kilometre per hour less than the speed of light would view each kilometre travelled on earth as 5.0 centimetres. This brings us to the next important feature of reproductive systems. The reproductive cells of complex species are almost always much smaller than the creatures that create them. There would appear to be two main reasons for this. First is that there needs to be many of them. As mentioned above species need to produce numerous offspring (and likely produce billions of reproductive cells) in the hope that some will be successful and be adaptable to the changing environment in which they must survive. The other benefit in starting out small relates to the maturing process. The process of embryonic development is not well understood but it is thought that adaptive changes can be made to the maturing embryo that would not be possible if it were too large or too complex. We know however that our universe is very large and it is difficult for us to imagine it functioning as a reproductive system. Again this problem is resolved by E=MC2. If we live in a much lighter gravitational field then it is possible for our parent species to create many reproductive systems which to us would seem too large; but to them are only small and compact as we observe our own reproductive systems as being. It is also likely that we are less complex than the parent species and that the relativity of size has made it possible for us to start out smaller, and for any human consciousness lucky enough to conceive, to develop in a way that is adaptable to life on the next higher level of the multiverse. The ebook God Gametes and the Planet of the Butterfly Queen can be downloaded free from www.godgametes.com Or email email@example.com for details on how you can purchase a printed copy of the book.