t = cB (one sec = c x one B ) is more than a simple transformation of variables.
e.g. (sec)^-2 = 1/(c x B )^2 with the necessary liberty of unit change.
I have tried to edit the prior post and I hope it worked. Thanks.
We are both very close to gaining a few more privileges... I've been told we need 50 posts.
Thanks for the reading suggestion. I have the uninterpreted version and I'm half way through it... It's not easy. But it clicks...
It's been a busy day. Here's what I recently sent to a physicist at a local college.
The good Doctor just replied, and said, "... your conjecture is really cool!"... I liked that. lol
Then into the cat and other paradox's which are 'indicating something is just not right'.
Here's what I sent, with some new things too. Especially for new readers... Won't hurt for people to understand.
Can you please read this and give me your opinion..? I have been delving into quantum physics for 50 years... I understand relativity to a fairly large extent... But I disagree on the way it's being made to come about.
My simple, reasonable, 'therory'... Easily pictured and understood. Nothing weird. No time travel, folded space, et al.
I need to reitterate a bit at first, just to set up the premise.
1. Gravity.., brought on by mass, inertia, and centrifugal, is all the same force.
2. Gravity, in any of its forms, affects everything that moves. And everything is always moving. Whether they be rocks, clocks, automobiles, space ships, human beings, etc. No matter what speed or direction they are moving. Whether they're travelling through space near the speed of light, or simply going to the corner grocery store. Moving through space btw includes the spaceship earth. As it rotates, circles the sun, moves with the milky way and in at least a dozen
other speeds and directions through the cosmos. Gravity is the overall unifying force. It balances and counter balances... How everything is 'kept in place' as it were.
3 To do so, gravity affects everything, down to at least the atomic level and perhaps lower. So every part of what is affected by a given amount of gravity is affected equally. That force being made up of various forms of gravity applied and working as a whole. So that for example, things like tide waters are not pulled apart into their constituent gases.., or other nasty things that would happen if gravity pulled on things 'unequally'.
4. It is a proven fact that any velocity produces an equivalent 'physical operating rate change' in whatever is so moving. That change being inversely proportional to the physical speed of movement. Things 'run' slower the faster they move through space. Everything being relative to a particular point of view and *its* speed of movement through space.
Geo-sync satellites are travelling much faster than we here on the surface of earth because they have so much more distance to cover in one earth rotation. So the GPS clocks have to be made to run faster than they would here on earth to make up for their slower rate of operation in space. If they weren't so corrected they would produce a constantly accumulating error of about six miles per day when reporting locations here on earth.
Those six miles short of a full orbit's worth of operation.., indicate that the satellite is that percentage of an orbit 'younger' than if it had still been on earth.
It's usual to consider a single point of view as being 'at rest'... But it can easily be understood that 'many' objects moving in various directions at different physical speeds, will each have their own particular 'rate of operation', relative to all others. Everything is relative they say.
5. But to be more precise, everything is relative to just one thing. Man has made it time... But in fact it should be the speed of light. The *fastest* speed that *anything* can travel. It is the benchmark of relativity. The operation of all objects physically slows down the more velocity and other gravity they're experiencing. And if an object ever actually reached the speed of light it's operating characteristics would essentially stop altogether. The clock mechanism would not move its hand to the next second marker, steel would not rust, humans would remain in whatever condition they were in physically, for as long as the speed of light was maintained.
Of course it is impossible for anything to actually reach the speed of light, because the energy required to do so would not be able to be produced. For one, the ships ability to produce energy would become part of what was slowed to a halt. Counter productive to say the least.
Still, there are velocities fast and slow from our pov here on earth. Various amounts of gravity interacting with other sources of gravity. The rate of operation caused by gravity slowing the physical operating characteristics of the objects in question, in varying degrees. Then some say that because gravity affects the operating mechanism of a clock, that 'time' is running slower. But there seem to be a number of people who now doubt that time even exists. I for one.
What I see, simplifies it all. There is no 'time dilation' for those who travel through space for 20 years, in their gravity induced partial suspended animation, to then find on their return that 100 years have elapsed on earth and everyone they knew was dead of old age. Time did not slow down. Considering there is no time to actually 'dilate'. Man's 'measured' time continued as it always has on earth, and at the same rate in space where the ship was travelling.
It's only the spaceship and everything it contains that is affected by its own self produced gravity. That gravity slowing all physical operations on that ship and moving at the same speed. ALL operating characteristics are being slowed by gravity only. Like a steak in a freezer, everything is being kept 'younger' while man's idea of time keeps going on as normal, all around them.
Light still speeds away from its forward pointing headlight at the same speed it would hear on earth. But how could this happen if there really was a slowing of time..? Simply because they are measuring it with on board equipment and their own eyes... Which are operating inversely proportionate to their forward speed. Their forward motion is cancelled out in their perception.., but neither the at rest pov imagined time nor the speed of light are changing at all. The beam is blue shifting as they push into the beam from behind.., but their slower perception of it is red shifting it back to normal. That's pretty obvious, straightforward and logical.., is it not..?
Similarly, everyone in the cosmos would see a flash camera taking a shapshot, all at the exact same instant. But the speeding ship would say less time had elapsed before the flash and then after the flash. They are running slow. Man's measured time is still constant. There is no dilation. There is no real time to dilate.
My idea is that Einstein was wrong. He snookered himself when he started using time in the calculations themselves. Time is a human, imagined, measuring tool but it has been allowed to become a monster. Something from our imagination has become a part of the cosmos in all calculations made on it. Indicating weird stuff such as multiple universes, worm holes, space being folded, time travel, holograms from black holes, and the list goes on...
Many thing space needs time to keep itself together. lol In fact the cosmos just happens... It doesn't need a schedule or our imagined help to run.
In my thinking I replace time with another standard. Light speed.., being the standard c... The speed of the galaxy. Understood as 100 PERCENT of any possible speed in the cosmos. But without 'time' being a factor. Eveything then being relative according to the amount of gravity that is caused by accelleration, mass, and centrifugal force. A direct physical slowing of indiviaul objects traveling at various speeds, as affected by gravities and not time.
Measurements can be made by comparing an objects distance covered against the distance light covers in any identical given instant or duration. Then the moving object would be a certain % of c.
We did measure the speed of light using time, but that's all it was good for. Now we know what light will cover in any measurement duration. Time's job is over, before any calculations are done. Before it can do any damage.
Else one would have to say that a pyramid slows time, and then time slows the mechanics of our watch.., and our heart beat too...
Nah, not with me it doesn't.
It is the direct influence of gravity on the physical operating rates of all matter down to the level of the atom or lower... Time plays no part in the cosmos. Einstein was wrong. So that does away with time travel, folded space, multiple universes, black hole holograms, worm holes, etc... Yea! Not using time will not lead anyone astray.
Can you please tell me what you think about this...?
For all this to happen.., atoms (my choice) may be slowed as they are compressed, as mass increases from the effects of gravity. The exact method is not important. Just understanding that it is right will solve many questions. Just as many believe in the big bang without a good explanation...