BurtJordaan » April 16th, 2017, 1:34 pm wrote:Handmade, your question is extremely ill defined and have no yes/no answer.
Thank you for your reply, I do not understand why you can not understand the question when the question is more or less the same as the first question, but put in another context. The original answer you give of yes, tells me I am correct in my thinking and time dilation is incorrectly interpreted when considering the rate of time. Please let me try to clarify the question for you.
Before the big bang there was ''nothing'', even ''time'' did not exist,
So we start at 0t
Can you expand from 0t at any rate you wish to try , without leaving an immediate past being created?
Or in another form
Can you travel from (A) to (B) without leaving a past geometrical position or past chronological position of where you were at that time in your past?
Both of these questions are the same question.
In any case, a scientific forum is not a court room where you can ask leading questions and demand a yes/no answer.
I did not demand an answer, I asked if you would please answer, you do have the right to decline to give an answer. However If we both agree in answers to both the same questions, our answers being relative between two observers , this shows why there can not be a time dilation per-say, and I assume we both must assume a problem with SR.
Further, it is pretty clear where your leading questions are leading. It looks like an effort to disprove SR, by bringing in some vague notion of Planck time. To which all I can say is good luck! Everything that you seem to struggle with, have already been solved and then some.
We are in personal theory with this, so it would be my own personal theory. The theory would be that Newton was correct with absolute time, Einstein has relativity wrong. My personal objective opinion of Einsteins work, showing more leaks than a tea strainer. Forgive the pun.
In this forum, any private theory that you propose must in any case recover 'prior art' (all verified observations) and then propose some test with a prediction from your theory that is different from the predictions of currently established theories. Are you up to that?
Well! recovering ''prior art'' I believe I have already added this by adding Newton v Einstein on the laws of time, with Planck in Newtons corner. Planck already has done c/dx to a minimal distance from 0, the experiment already exists, the evidence is already there, a Planck length can not dilate.
If you was on Neptune or wherever, I on Earth, we both use the light constant of c/dx having Planck time (tp), then we must both agree on the rate of time being simultaneous or disagree about the speed of light.
Think of it this way, if you measure the rate of time to be slower than my measured rate, then we would have to disagree about the speed of light.
c/dx would not be equal to c/dx if we had both measured a variance in rate of time.
If not, this forum may not be for you. If so, please proceed with proposing your theory, but then please stick to the above guidelines.
Like I said above, all the evidence , the citations, the people involved, the maths involved already exists.
However I could write a paper , add citations, add quotes etc, but at the moment we would still be unable to use Newton because we cant make an accurate clock.
I never understood why we can't just chat? There always become more ''want'' from the forums.
I am trying to advance my ideas further, but without discussion I am still looking for something that seems missing from my ideas, like agreement from another person who can help me develop the ideas furthermore.
[quote=google]The Planck time is the time it would take a photon travelling at the speed of light to across a distance equal to the Planck length. This is the ï¿½quantum of timeï¿½, the smallest measurement of time that has any meaning, and is equal to 10-43 seconds.[/quote]
The smallest measurement of time, 1.s is a huge ''space away'' from 0.
Problem, both of these time lines exist in the present/now and can be manipulated to look like time slows