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luxon

(1) An excess of a tissue—e.g., increased muscle mass.
(2) Troland.
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A key hint comes from remembering that all luxons move at lightspeed and as such do not in their own reference frames experience either space or time.
Since any spatially zig-zagging luxons can be only seen on average as moving at slower than lightspeed for all observers, we might speculate that such luxons appear to be a possible way of thinking about events occurring in time.
On the other hand, since any temporally zig-zagging luxons can be seen on average as moving at greater than lightspeed up to infinite speed for an appropriate observer, one might speculate that such luxons appear to be a possible way of dealing with the phenomenon of spatial nonlocality in quantum physics.
In other words, temporally zig-zagging luxons drift (without experience time 0r space) through what we mean by space.
We can think of spatially zig-zagging luxons creating massive particles in time and temporally zig-zagging luxons as creating imaginal massive tachyons as our now realization.
LUXON ZIGZAGGING IN SPACE, DRIFTING FORWARD IN TIME
LUXON ZIGZAGGING IN TIME, DRIFTING FORWARD IN SPACE