i mean its really weird stuff. i was pondering science in general and this is what i came up with. its kinda long so, or at least it felt long when i was writing, so be prepared. In the past, great scientists were faced with a great challenge of creating science for themselves. There were no precedents on which to base their work. And so they observed the world and made up their own rules, physical laws. Frames of reference, someone created the idea that every earthly reference point moving with a constant acceleration would observe some given happening as the same, regardless of the reference point observed from. Now that such ideas exist as universal codes of observing, there is not much left to simply create with regard to universal scientific laws and so it has become the job of today's modern thinkers and scientists to disprove the previously made and accepted laws through laws of our own rather than create new ones as the scientists of the past did. We will just continue adding more and more laws. Einstein's relativity, Einstein has taken light as an example to use in order to disprove Newton's previous ideas of planes of reference. As I only know Einstein's theory of relativity to a relatively shallow extent I will only be explaining it to a relatively shallow extent. Now two reference planes of the same acceleration, in this instance standing still, will not necessarily record the same observations of the same event. Now it depends on how far away we are from the event as in every situation of observation the light of what is happening has to bounce off the observed object and travel to each observer and since light always travels at the same constant speed it may be able to get to the first observer first, because the first observer is closer. Or vice versa. So we have disproved Some of the earlier ideas of planes of reference, something thought to be impossible, but Einstein did that supposedly by bringing some unthought-of of aspect into the frame, light. The truth is that the concept of light affecting experimental observation did not exist in Newton's time as it had never been thought of, never been mentally observed. And I am a strong believer that by mentally observing something, thinking it, you are in fact putting it into existence. So the physical laws of the universe changed between the times of Newton and Einstein. This means that any observation governed by the laws of Newton's day could be completely incorrect in our day. Such observations must have been taken in different frames of reference, different times. So now not only can distance from the observed object have an effect on the measurements you take but it even matters in what year you have taken these observations. So if you will allow me for the remainder of this paper, I have just changed the laws with regard to frames of reference yet again. In continuing to discover and record new observations of the earth's laws and rules we are not really extending our knowledge of the world any more, we are only playing a universal mind game, which is in no sense a bad thing. We are throwing ideas into the atmosphere and waiting for the radar system of other like minds to pick them up, analyze them, and make an argument against them. And there are millions of contenders. Everyone who wants a part in it simply has to ponder the issues of the past and figure a way to disprove them or figure a way to squeeze their own rule through the loopholes of the previously created rule, like Einstein did. There will be hundreds more ideas thrown back and forth before we realize that it truly doesn't matter, that every observation is relative to the person making it, that we are but animals playing rather than with our paws and teeth, rolling in the grass, with our minds, creating false battles to keep ourselves occupied for the extent of our stay on this planet. Everything is relative. But what I just said is only from my point of view. Don't go making universal laws based on it.