The Cosmos Reconsidered
by Floyd E. Baker
There are many attempts to describe what happens in the cosmos.
But they never seem to explain the ‘why’ very well.
Here is one example that's been floating around for at least 60 years.
Twenty Year Spacehip Voyage
There is this imagined space ship that blasts off from earth and travels through the cosmos for twenty years of their time, at say half the speed of light. Its passengers grow older at the expected rate, their clocks and calendars all register the correct amounts of days and months, several women become pregnant and deliver in the normal nine of those space ship months, and all else goes on normally too.
On their return to earth they discover that one hundred years has passed there. And that everyone they knew when they departed had died.
The earth had continued at its ‘at rest’ state, and the ship did likewise with its much slower ‘at rest’ state functioning. That is, because of its higher velocity the atoms of the ship, the clocks, the people, even the rusting of that ship all took longer than those same things would have taken back on earth.
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 the physical and known conditions of the cosmos.
In a nutshell:
* * * Atoms run slower with increased ‘gravity’.
What sounds more logical..? More elegant..?
Yes..! Thank you.
Einstein stuck time between gravity and the operation of atoms. Why..?
Because he did not know all that we know now. So he introduced the concept of time to make up for that lack of knowledge. It being a needless middleman which does nothing but skew the logic and math that is built around it.
Relativity is indeed there, but there is no fabric of space-time. It's more a very controlled balancing of electromagnetic energy, aka ‘gravity’ that every atom helps to create as they traverse the cosmos. Where their aging speeds are inversely proportional to their momentum. Their attraction to others being greater or less so, depending on that velocity.
It explains the ‘butterfly effect’... Where for instance one cannot ever stand a pencil on end... No matter how much effort is put into balancing that pencil, the gravity amounts pulling on it in all 360 directions are constantly changing... You balance against one direction and it’s instantly gone to another.
So think about it. Every part of the earth is growing older at different rates. Those dated fossils and artifacts found nearer the equator are technically much older than they’re physically testing to be... Compared to those nearer the poles.
Every object and every atom that is a part of them is aging at it’s own specific rate And yet everyone in every frame perceives themselves to be ‘normal’. Even though every atom is aging at some slightly different speed than those around it, in total they comprise an average at rest state.
Relativity is not time stretching... It is that the faster an atom’s velocity or momentum is, the slower it operates, and ‘ages’ within itself. Physical slowing..
And everything is made of atoms.
That is what Einstein missed. It has nothing to do with imagined ‘time’....
So.., that’s about it...
Thanks for making it through this far.., so far.