« on: 26/08/2019 16:48:53 »
Black holes are a curved space-time issue, and I always had a problem with it the same way I had a problem with SR's space-time. You solved my SR's problem with your simulations, but I'm still waiting for one to explain curved space-time. With SR, I didn't understand beaming, and the thing that I don't understand with GR is the physical mechanism that explains the curving of space-time. More specifically, I need to see information getting away from a massive body and curving space-time later on. Scientists want us to believe that mass does it without showing us a mechanism for it. My small steps show that mass could be the result of synchronization being broken during acceleration, and if it was so, it could certainly not curve space-time. We can think that the two kinds of mass come from two different mechanisms, but then, we have to show both of them. The way black holes work, no information can get out of them, so nothing can inform space-time to get curved, which means that we got the same problem with the two kinds of space-time, we can't simulate them, and if it is so, I can't see how nature could produce them. You say that it's different with LET, but you assume that the speed of light would be affected by the gravity well, and you have no more mechanism to explain the gravity well than relativists have to explain curved space. We must be on solid ground before trying to build a new theory, otherwise we will have to add epicycles to epicycles indefinitely as relativists.