M.Zaman Akil(Al Dubaiyah, Kuwait):
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M. Zaman Akil, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Kuwait
Thank you again Theirry De Mess for your continued denial and opposition of some of Einstein's STR false concepts. Many critics including the well known English scientist and philosopher, Herbert Dingle, had already stated long time ago the controversial time conflict you mentioned of the two twin observers each claiming his clock is correct because of the confusion of determining which of the two clocks is slower relative to his rest frame.
I have spent over half of my life trying to demonstrate that Einstein's “interinsic” dilation of time is a myth. That it is, such as religious fables, go beyand commensense and logical reasoning. My first recorded suspicion and refusal of the theory appeared in a letter to Wireless and Electronic World Journal titled “Gravitational Waves” in 1982*. Moreover, my first attempt to show another alternative systematic way to solve the relativity problem was online in GSJ in 2012 in a paper titled “Does Motion Increase Inertia And The Total Energy Of A Body?”**. As I was then over 82 years of age, I consideed the episode as that of a dying swan's song which regrettably fell on deaf ears! I have shown that the length of the meter rod becomes longer (not contracted) and the mass of a body increases on a kinetically faster frame resulting in normal clocks running slower. This is the real physical and material cause of time dilation!! This can be simply proofed by applying the acceleration formula F=mo ro/to^2= mvrv/tv^2 where tv=to (1-v^2/c^2)^1/2 and mv =mo (1-v^2/c^2)^1/2 and r v =ro (1-v^2/c2)^1/2. with the same sized force F driving the clock mechanism. Thus keeping to a Universal Time Clock System (common clock time, or synchronized clocks, UTC, GPS clocks) on the moving frame, the velocity of light, though still quantitatively constant, becomes numerically less by the Loentz Omega factor since the meter rod is now longer. This ends up in the total energy of the body being the same on the two relative frames though the mass of the body has now attained a bigger size on the faster frame!
Posted: January 30, 2017 @ 8:54:16 pm