« on: 21/07/2010 20:15:32 »
Ok. I don't fully understand what your theory is predicting, so its hard to tell you why scientists won't accept it. Usually the problem is that a new theory doesn't agree with what's been observed in experiments or that a new theory does agree, in which case the theory isn't a good model of nature. Relativity (so far) has been found to be in excellent agreement with experiments. What does your theory predict that relativity doesn't? Can you tell me an experiment that I could do to check your theory, and what I should expect to see when I do it?For an example we are on South Pole. You are on a tower, I am below. Therefore your atomic clock go more quickly than my atomic clock (gravitational delay of time). Beside us the spaceship has begun movement. In the moment of the beginning of spaceship movement your clock show a zero, and my clock show a zero. Then the spaceship has made travel of 1000000 kilometers and has landed. In the moment of the landing my clock have shown time "x", your hours have shown time "x" + "y". "y" there is more than zero. Your measured speed is equal 1000000/(x+y) . My measured speed is equal 1000000/x .
1000000/x > 1000000/(x+y)