if light is a self sustaining cyclic phenomenon (electric and magnetic fields operating transversely, thereby each generating the other) which by most  definitions it is, and it is quantized into full unit values, i.e. entire wavelength units, then it makes sense to  me that light (henceforth referred  to as photon) would  emit time. as the wave formation accelerates, and produces itself, it must art some point hit the cosmic speed limit c. in my mind this happens at the midpoint of the wave formation, which means that the  2nd half of  the wave, or in relative to the first part, the negative phase,would be going faster than, thereby causing the 2nd part to run backwards in time. As the 2nd part  runs its length, it must dissipate this energy, and taken as a whole, it would be symmetrical. however, as it runs continuously, something must give, and to  my mind, instead of ALL time being relative, the base time must be emitted by photons. Lacking specific language, I hope this basic description works. for a more direct-from-my-mind explanation, the 2nd part returning to the first makes a fuzzy particle, containing its own time, and its own corpuscular qualities, but as it has effectively no time of its own, it can split, maintaining the wavelike qualities, and even the double slit experiment, as the 2 pieces can go through at slightly different times, as long as the net sum is 0 and the time is then emitted. detecting is another strange quality, and I think the quantum leap has something here. As a  photon approaches an electron, the inherent fuzziness of the electron, and the temporal fuzziness of the photon converge, the energy if traveling backwards in time (should be fairly large for a small piece) would be shared with the electron, imparting a distinct time sharing between the two (in an idealized notion of 1 photon to 1 electron) the frequency determines the color, but the time shared allows for the instantaneous (to outside observer) movement with no resulting change in momentum. When the electron releases the photon when dropping to the lower energy level, the time shared should be equal to the amount of time needed for the photon to accelerate to c.  Photon emission is the cosmic timekeeper, even  in the big bang (though I am a cyclical model fan, I will, for the moment concede that this version is separate enough from previous gravitational cycles to be considered unitary) once enough random fluctuations even in the singularity had occurred for an photon cycle to start, it would begin  to emanate time, thereby continuing itself, as that  happened,  time and space are self-created.  Or at least our 4 dimensional notion (again, for convenience sake, I like to think of time as different, thereby truly giving us pi-dimensions, and a grand total in M-theory of  4pi  dimensions) as time is what broke gravity’s hold on the singularity, it could  be somewhat considered as an anti-gravity, at least for M-theory. If time is something relative to light, light emits time, and time can be considered to have  an inherent energy of its own, possibly equal to the einsteinian energy of a non-mass particle traveling  faster than light, then the equations should balance, perhaps working the energy of change through the quantum leap as a baseline for estimating?

P.S. – this an idea I  have had without language for many years, and one I have been able to express this way for most of this year, please excuse my tardiness in publishing, I am new at this .

UPDATE: I have enrolled in some classes for the other universal language,  Math. I believe there must bbe a better reason for a lack of angular momentum than just uncertainty.  Anyway, thank you everything for the help