Many people claim Einstein has proven that time is stretching, but that is not quite right.In fact, it was only confirmed that clocks have a runtime difference under the known conditions, which was then interpreted as stretching time, although a second alternative interpretation itself would be mathematically possible. The second alternative would be that each route shortens and therefore the clock will display exactly the same time as the other, where time stretches. But there is a clear difference, because only with the alternative with space contraction does not have to abandon the idea of an absolute time. I describe why:
Why stretch time instead of curving space?
According to the standard model of physics, time dilation is the phenomenon that physical processes within gravitational fields are slower than outside.Einstein spoke of the elongation of time and brought the clock into play and since then the temporal terms are used without sense until it is further on foot than over the mountain.
In no case do I want to contradict Einstein’s interpretation of time dilation, but only to express my personal disapproval of the senseless use of the usual declarations.Because time can only describe a spatial position within 3D space with temporal terms, as before, now or later.All other terms, such as faster or slower,disregard the consistency of the speed of action and already describe the ratio of time and way, although only time is possible.In the same way, I vehemently disagree with the denial of the same time, because there is no need for it.
One tries to describe the cause of time by its spatial effect, which ultimately consists of a sequence of position points, which we ultimately also understand as a stretch of action.In summary, this can be understood as a process, but it can never be slower, but can only be terminated earlier, and that will indicate on a clock as an earlier position. The vernacular says: “The clock is slowingdown, it is going down”.
But why every process should be even slower, that always remains a mystery to me, because not only the distances become shorter, but also the radius of each circle function.Thus, each process ends its effect earlier, but never faster.Because the speed of an effect is constant and any other speed would thus contradict the consistency of the speed of light.
So that processes run more slowly, that cannot be, because the distance expands into the 4th dimension, thus making the distances remaining in the 3D plane shorter.So if you look at everything only spatially, it is not a mental or mathematical problem. The following animation shows the consequences of the spatial contraction of lengths (black) to stretch the time (red) into the 4th dimension or curvature of the room.
For example, if the circular orbit of an electron of a cesium atom is considered a process, then the process duration is determined by a radius and thus also the length of the orbit.
The further the time is extended to the 4th dimension, the smaller the radius, the earlier the process will be finished and the more processes can be counted, which also explains the frequency increase. The colorful bar is intended to associate the shift of the spectrum. A space contraction of the circle diameter then causes a shift into the blue and a stretch into the red.
However, since every other route is also shorter, the route is also shorter and thus the destination is reached earlier, the count will then show exactly the time as the uncut route would have indicated.If you now return from the journey and compare the dormant clock at home with the moving one, then the clock left at home will display the really shorter travel distance as a time because of the time, so the time hand will indicate an earlier time. Whereas the traveled clock counted more ticks and thus indicates a later time, because time cannot be measured in realterms.
This was only a small excerpt from my blog, where I still justify the constancy of the speed of light, derive from it the compelling constant time and finally came to the conclusion that one cannot stretch time, but is only finished earlier… (read more).
Why is the speed of light constant?
Only the ratio of time to space guarantees the constancy of the speed of light and thus guarantees equal time and causality.
This is certainly not the wisdom of the standard model of physics, because with regard to time dilation, the idea of absolute equal time has been abandoned.
So my own idea of time dilation is now up for discussion.
So: It is always asoal when the effect comes before the cause, but even if no effect follows a cause.Causal it is therefore only possible if each position in space shows an effect, which we only capture as a change of position and call movement. Only this effect in turn becomes the cause of a consequential effect. And so that this effect is the same everywhere in the universe, it is imperative at the same time, so as not to achieve any movement in any position, i.e. to effect the acergoal standstill.
But this also requires constant spatial lengths in order to reach the next position, otherwise there would be different velocities and thus a simultaneous time would be illusory, because only spatially constant effects allow simultaneity.On the other hand, it is absolutely meaningless when the next step will be triggered, because it will in any case be only a Planckian length. Thus, time and path can only be constant and therefore also the speed of action.
So there is only the question of the stretchable time to clarify how this dimension changes in order to present us with asynchronous clocks, which cause us to argue about what bends the space and why one stretchable ness of a substantial cause such as time. although in real terms only spatial substance can achieve anything and thus all physical laws and processes have a constantly predictable effect.
So I come to the question: “Why shouldn’t time be a spatial phenomenon?”
It would be possible in concrete terms and mathematically much easier to calculate if so many conditions had to be met.Because the time dimension can also be regarded as a spatially orthogonal dimension, but the other three can only perform chronologically forward-oriented steps. Thus, only one plank length has to be added to each position. So only +1, that would be only a constant effect, which thus guarantees a constant time.
It should be known that a 4th dimension is only a layer that determines any possible state of the 3D plane as a chronological lyrical time.Thus, time is only the determining position of the respective spatial state, with which, however, geometrically a curvature or an extension to the 4th dimension would be possible.
As for the curvature orthe stretching into time now has consequences, that should be well known and is not questioned by me. At this moment, I am only interested in the fact that the spatial distances are decreasing and the time shares are increasing. I consider any action process to be a chain of Planck lengths, wherethe the lengths from the 4th dimension are called time and the rest becomes path or path.Route.
The denial of the constant time is not necessary at all, because the curved space shortens the 3D distances, thus also determines the length of the effect chains and thus also the process duration.The process process is thus only finished earlier without stretching any time. And if you really want to, then the clock is now slower, because the comparison takes place earlier than expected. So, everything remains causal, only the expectation is acausal.
This was only a small excerpt from my blog, where I still justify the constancy of the speed of light, derive from it the compelling constant time and finally came to the conclusion that one cannot stretch time, but is only finished earlier… (read more)