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To reiterate: The point of examining a constant speed in relation to being measured as per variable seconds is to illustrate how this changes the appearance of the spaces between marks as measured from the other reference frame of differing length of second.If light were to travel into a reference frame that was inherent with a 10% longer length of second relative to the reference frame it had previously travelled through, then as measured from the previous reference frame, a light wave, (ie: 1 period of an up and a down), would appear to be 10% longer. The physical reason for this being because it has taken the light wave a 10% longer amount of time to travel the same distance, but looks to the previous reference frame, from the perspective of their shorter second, as though the wave length itself has been extended in length.Can this be understood?
Yes - that's right, the time dilation is the wrong way round, hence the name 'contra directional gravitational time dilation'.The problem with QED is that it cannot be reconciled with gravity.By adding this contra directional gravitational time dilation, my model can potentially unite the standard model with gravity for a continuum in quantum......As I have repeatedly been saying here at this site for rather a long time now.
QED quod erat demonstrandum.