I'd like to propose that no speed and the speed of light are two sides of the same coin. That we are all contracting in a fourth dimension at the speed of light "c"; being simply the reduction in our energy/velocity as we proceed through the Universe; that an increase in velocity/energy merely slows our progress through time contraction, and thus it appears that we are increasing in mass and our clocks are slowing down. A Relativity flip... At zero velocity (if it were possible to reach - as the speed of light also appears to be impossible to reach) then a contracting body under immense pressure at light speed would reach singularity and thus have the potential to be forced out into the universe at the speed of light. The Big Bang being not a single event but a multiple event throughout time in four dimensions. I have seen some threads on this site that refer to such bizarre phenomenon, and build on these creative sidetracks. This is what I have worked on for 35 years and have put it up for my peers to consume. Take it away, or throw it away. I would appreciate your thoughts, all though I have not put down any hard facts upon which to base my opinion. I do have plenty. I am a philosopher not a mathematician, but our goals are similar: What the hell is this Universe made of and how the hell does it work!