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The most damning evidence of all time

November 12 2017 at 6:45 PM
roger 

 

"The most damning evidence of all time is the reciprocity and NOT the symmetry between the cause and effect clauses of time distortion. What this seemingly obtuse declaration means that when time is compressed with respect to one observer; exactly as occurs in Einsteinian relativity predictions and observations; the inverse observation from the compressed time source will be an "elongation" of time with respect to time as experienced from that effect ending. This is NOT what the relativistic Einsteinian proponents declare against all common sense. They declare that a mirror image as a symmetrical observation will occur and not a reciprocal one as here proved to be true."
Harvey D Norris, Inventor of the 3 phase wireless tesla coil; discoverer of localized relativity
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-evidence-for-time-dilation/answer/Harvey-D-Norris

 
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Johannes Harder Andersen

Re: The most damning evidence of all time

November 13 2017, 1:09 AM 

Thanks for that reference.
I have always though that time dilation is a subjective perceived effect as a result of projection in the Minkowski space, that is: Filtering out reality as outlined in my paper. (The twins age the same). Whereas the official received wisdom is that time dilation is somehow imbued on the traveller as a result of observing them. But why would the observer effect the observed? There is something patological about this idea.

 
 
roger

Re: The most damning evidence of all time

November 13 2017, 7:52 AM 

Herbert Dingle also pointed out this problem: that the relativists seem to want the time dilation to be both symmetrical and asymmetrical between observers; where each observer says the other person's clock is slower (i.e. time dilation symmetry) but then mysteriously only one clock becomes slower (asymmetry). The relativists seem to want their cake and eat it too.

you can't have your cake and eat it too: This phrase is easier to understand if it is read as "You can't eat your cake, and have it too". Obviously once you've eaten your cake, you won't have it any more. Used for expressing the impossibility of having something both ways, if those two ways conflict.
https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=you%20can%27t%20have%20your%20cake%20and%20eat%20it%20too


 
 
Anonym

Re: The most damning evidence of all time

November 13 2017, 7:42 PM 

true

 
 
Bill Geist

Re: The most damning evidence of all time

November 17 2017, 6:14 PM 


 
 
 
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