Relativity

                                                 The Cosmos Reconsidered
                                             by Floyd E. Baker



                                                                            CHAPTER  9


Relativity


There are many attempts to describe what happens in the cosmos. 
But they never seem to explain the ‘why’ very well.  This one does..!

Here's one example that's been floating around for at least 60 years.

Twenty Year Spaceship Voyage

There is this imagined space ship that blasts off from earth and travels through the cosmos for twenty years at say half the speed of light.  Its passengers grow older at the expected rate, their clocks and calendars all registered the correct amounts of days and months, several women became pregnant and delivered in the normal nine of those space ship months, and all else went on normally too.

On their return to earth they discover that everyone they knew had died and that one hundred years had passed since they took off. 

Relativity..!

The earth had continued at its ‘at rest’ state, and the ship did likewise with its much slower ‘at rest’ state.  That is, because of the ship's higher velocity the atoms of the ship, the clocks, the people, even the rusting of that ship all took longer than those same things were taking back on earth. As seen b


Einstein's Explanation.., developed around the faith based concept of time.

In a nutshell:

* * * Atoms run slower because time stretches with increased gravity.


Baker's Explanation.., developed around physical and known conditions of science and physics.

In a nutshell:

* * * Atoms operate and run slower with increased velocity.

       (The conservation of energy.)

What sounds more logical..?   More elegant..?

Yes..!   Thank you.  :)

Einstein stuck time between speed and the operation of atoms.    Why..?

Actually he thought it was gravity that stretched time.  But gravity is only a by product of speed.  And time as he imagined it doesn't exist anyway.

He came up with time because he just didn't know what we know now.  In describing relativity he was actually ignoring relativity.   He decided that it was something else that changed other than ourselves in the various frames we're in. 

Light for instance.  Everyone thinks it is ‘light’ that is beyond the laws of physics and that it magically keeps up to appear constant no matter what our own speed and direction changes are in the cosmos.    Not so...!

Light may be constant but our brains and perceptions and measuring devices, because of our *speed* thorugh the cosmos, are seeing it and measuring it much differently than we think we are.   

The point people miss is that when we go faster we perceive slower.  So as we blue shift the light waves, our own perception rate slows inversely in proportion.  So it’s now seeing another peak that has come up from lower in the spectrum as we blue shifted it upward.    As we red and blue shift it we slide up and down the peaks of the EM spectrum to find the wave *lengths* evolution has given us the ability to see with by.    There is no magic to light.  It is a wave just like any other wave and it gets red and blue shifted the same as those others.  Our perception speed just cancels out the Doppler effect.  That's all.   It's all relative. 

Relativity is determined from one source and one source only.   That of the outside observer, the POV that has no movement at all and the entire cosmos it moving faster around it.  Using any other POV simply causes what we call paradoxes..  There are no real paradoxes... We just don't know what we're talking about.

Why for instance would you jump from the outside observer to the ladder.  Are you just looking for problems..?  No..! The ladders is still the one moving faster than the barn.  All you see from the ladder is an optical illusion.

Using time is also a big mistake thanks to Einstein.  It is a needless middleman and does nothing except to skew the logic and math that is built around it.   The math that uses ‘t’ in the calculations.

Relativity is indeed a proven fact., but there is no time, no space time, no fabric of space-time.  It's more a very controlled gravity network that atoms create to balance themselves with the cosmos.  And the cosmos is every atom going the same in return.   And where our aging and perception speeds are inversely proportional to their momentum.   Their velocity, mass, and acquired gravity strengths.   Which again is also known as the conservation of energy.  

So think about it.   See the chapter on the Atom.   Every part of the earth is growing older at different rates.  Those  dated fossils and artifacts found nearer the equator are much older in actual sun rotation years than they are carbon dated to be.   Every object on earth is  aging at its own specific rate, determined by the speed of the earth's rotation at that latitude.   And yet  everyone in every frame perceives themselves to be ‘normal’.  In fact every atom is aging at some slightly different speed than those around it that in total comprise only an ‘average’ at rest state.  

Relativity is not time stretching.  It is that the faster an atom moves through the cosmos, the slower it operates and ‘ages’ within itself.   Physically slowing. 

And everything is made of atoms.   

Gravity is simply a by-product.  Proportional to that speed and needed for an atom to hold it’s electrons closer, which lag more and more with increased speed.   It is also there, beyond the need of the individual atom, to balance the movements in the cosmos.   But it reallyhas nothing to do with relativity as such.  See the chapter on Gravity.


That is what Einstein missed.   It has nothing to do with his imagined ‘time’.

 
So.., that's about it...

Thanks for making it through this far.., so far.


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