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Einstein’s Idea of Time

Einstein's Idea of Time

 Newton said time and space are absolute. Einstein said time and space are relative. The truth disagrees with them both, and I have a new idea of time. 

Scientists made clocks that tick at the same rate as the earth rotates. There are 86,400 seconds in a day, and the earth takes the same number of seconds to rotate daily. We count the earth's motion around the sun, getting about 365 days per year. 

Newton concluded that the time on Earth moves at the same rate throughout the universe. 

Einstein said time and space are relative to motion, and the speed of light is always the same no matter your speed. He postulated that the speed of light is always the same in every frame of reference. Newton said the speed of light changes depending on motion. 

Einstein said light is a special case of motion that is unchanging. I agree that the speed of light is invariant in all frames of reference. That's an important statement, and I will explain more later. 

The idea of relativity started with Galileo and Newton based on the classic laws of motion. "The laws of mechanics are the same in all frames of reference in uniform motion."

Einstein postulated that the laws of physics are the same in all non-accelerated frames of reference and are the same everywhere in the universe. He borrowed the known laws of Newton's mechanics and then included physics. 

He said the speed of light is always the same. So the distance traveled to his frames of reference let him measure the difference in time. He used the speed of light to measure time. (a mistake)

Is it Possible to Measure Time

It seems like a great idea, except time doesn't have a speed, and the speed of light is already measured by time. To change a distance into a time is false science. 

Thus you can't measure different times for events based on the motion of light. You can only measure the distance to different frames of reference. (read to the end to find out why)

However, we all do it every time we drive somewhere without thinking. If you are diving to a 300km distance and your speed is 100km/hr, it will take you 3 hours to travel. This is Newtonian math, and it's okay to estimate your travel time, but you aren't using the speed of light to measure time. 

If you travel at relativistic speeds and use the constant speed of light to measure time, everything in the universe would be happening at different times. 

You can't use the speed of light to measure time. That was Einstein's mistake of relativity, and there are many reasons why. 

1. Time is a human construct based on the rotation of our planet, and our time doesn't exist elsewhere in the universe.

2. Time is already a measurement because the numbers on a clock measure your location  during Earth's rotation.

3. The Law of entropy in the universe moves at the same rate in every frame of reference. 

4. The arrow of motion in the universe moves at one speed, the speed of light.

5. The universe started moving at the speed of light during the Big Bang event. That means every place and particle in the universe proceeds at the same speed and time. 

Thus, time in the universe is absolute, not relative. 

Einstein's time in Special Relativity

If you use the constant speed of light to measure time, it's a mistake. Einstein used a circular method using time to measure the speed of light and the speed of light to measure time. 

Time isn’t real. The motion of light moves at the speed of the universe’s motion. The speed of light and the earth's motion is real, but time doesn’t exist except on clocks. 

It’s difficult to stop thinking about time, but we live in the motion of the earth and the universe. Time is relative to clocks, but the absolute motion of the universe is unchanging. 

You can’t be in a different place of motion from the absolute motion in the universe. Einstein’s mistake is thinking that you can measure time by the speed of motion. 

Clocks display the time at your moment and location, but the time on a clock doesn’t relate to the universe's motion. 

The universe's motion moves at the speed of light, and electrons in your atoms are moving at the same speed. There's only one speed limit in the universe.

The Speed of Light defines a Meter.

The length of one meter is defined as the time it takes light to travel 1/299792458th of a second. And one second is the duration of 9,192,631,770 billion oscillations of a cesium-133 atom. That’s how they define the length of a meter using light.

 A clock (time) measures the speed of light, and a clock (time) measures distance. But don’t mistake measuring time with the distance light travels. Time of one second is already a measurement of 9,192,631,770 billion oscillations. 

If you measure the time for light to travel to the moon, you get the distance to the moon. But if you measure the time that light travels a distance, it’s a circular error that will turn time relative to the speed of light. Wait a minute (unrealized pun). I have an idea!

Time is relative to the speed of Earth’s rotation. The speed of light doesn’t affect time. It only measures a distance. And the speed of light is also the speed of the universe's motion. 

The Error of Motion in Special Relativity

Einstein used mind experiments using trains because that was the fastest uniform motion during 1905. I can't follow his reasoning because perhaps I have a learning disability. The gist of his experiment shows that the rate of time is relative to your frame of reference. 

Using his math and the speed of light, he shows that time is relative to motion. He is using the speed of light to measure time, and that's wrong. This mind experiment is a mathematical proof, but it has a built-in error.

His mind experiment to measure the length of a measuring stick also uses the speed of light to measure the difference in time during relativistic motion. The error is from measuring time using the distance light travels. 

There's no empirical evidence except for his math results. The truth is that the length of an object does not shrink during motion, and the mass of an object in uniform motion doesn't increase.

In summary, I believe in his two postulates.

1. The laws of physics are the same everywhere and in all frames of reference.

2. The speed of light is the same for every frame of reference. (He didn't include the universe as a frame of reference.)

Einstein didn't consider that the universe has an absolute age (time) that cannot change from place to place and from one frame of reference to another. 

Einstein, you are wrong. You must use your postulates to include the universe and not just a train station on Earth. 

The entire universe is moving at the speed of light, and it's not relative to something else. It's the absolute same time and motion everywhere.

The Speed of Light And The Universe

Einstein said time and space are relative to motion, but I disagree. The speed of light is always the same in every frame of reference.

That means if you are traveling toward light, it moves toward you at the speed of c, and if you travel away from the light, it's still moving to you at the speed of c. 

Einstein said light is a special case of motion that is unchanging. That's an important truth that Einstein didn't understand, but now I know why. Eureka!

The universe moves forward into space at the speed of light. 

If you are moving into light at relativistic speeds, the speed is limited to the universe's speed limit. If you move away from light, the speed limit cannot be slower than the universe's speed limit. 

That's why light always moves with the universe's speed and never faster or slower. 

It gives us a new reason why time travel is impossible and why Einstein's relativity is false. 

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About the Author Erik Lovin

Erik has a BSc degree and is a retired professional photographer who is now a published author of many books. His passion is understanding how life and the universe work. He is currently blogging about the science of the Big Bang and science in your life. Erik is helping his tribe with questions about the universe. His goal is to help find a theory of everything (TOE). In order to do that, he is trying to prove light has mass and that the fabric of spacetime is a false theory. We are welcoming questions and answers that you might have about the universe.

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