**What's the Matter With Einstein? - Part 2**

It's be a while since I wrote Part 1 of this article and it needs an update.

It wasn't Einstein's fault that he was wrong about Relativity. He suffered from the same problem that the rest of us have, Human Perception. Plus he didn't have our perspective, that there is something fundamentally wrong with Physics. Any Astronomer can tell you that Physics has not prepared him for what he is seeing in his new, hight tech, telescope. Even some physicists are beginning to see the scope of this problem.

Human Perception. Our eyes do not look out onto the Universe. They only detect what light passes through them. Our other senses only detect what touches them. From our senses an image forms somewhere behind our eyes and between our ears. This image is a mosaic of time-past, a result of light's finite speed. Our brains were not meant to see Reality. We must rethink Physic Dogma.

Consider a thought experiment: flash bulbs are distributed equally distant, say one meter, throughout the Universe. Two observers are placed somewhere, 100 light-years apart. These flash bulbs are simultaneously flashed. What do these two observers see? They see the same thing: a symmetric shell of light expanding at the speed of light with each of them placed at the center. What can we say about this experiment? We cannot see simultaneous events. And each of these observers will experience time-zero at the location of the image within there brain. Each of us experiences a unique and different time-zero relative to the events which occur within our perception. The person sitting next to you exists in a different time-past than a different person you may see. Everything that you see is time-past. Time-zero is only a moment in time which quickly becomes time-past. Obviously, we cannot say what future-time has in store for us. Time-zero is the moment in time where we live. Now, where is a point in space, as well as time.

Consider light to be the fundamental source of energy for the Material Universe (I'm leaving open the possibility that there may be other Universes out there.) Everything in this Universe is made from this energy: matter, energy and time. Our current understanding of the photon is that it has two states, the wave-state and the particle-state. There is a third state of the photon that has not been considered, and that is the moment in time when a wave-state and a particle-state interact, which I call the phart-state for photon-particle interaction; in the future I will refer to the wave-state photon simply as the photon, and the three states of matter as the photon, the particle and the phart.

The photon is a vector and can be defined as

**p** = (c/f)**e.**

Where c is the speed of light, f is the frequency of the photon relative to a stationary reference, and e is the energy of the photon, a conserved quantity. I will denote a vector by a bold-italicized font. Since p is a vector it has a divergence and a curl, which satisfy the following equations:

div(**p**) = e

curl(**p**) = **e**

curl(curl(**p**)) = curl(**e**)

Of course, the above differential equations can have a source equal to zero, and the divergence can have a phase angle. The first differential equation says that a photon has an energy, e, as is enters or leaves an object (and is equal to zero in free space,) The second differential equation, along with the third equation, defines a particle, and also says that a photon in free space has a shroud of energy equal to e, which also obeys the right-hand rule.

Photons are also vector potentials,

*P* =* p*/r

and photons can interact with other photons at a distance. The mathematics of this interaction is more than I want to go into here. Like the phart, this interaction is new to the physics world.

Consider that the curl of the photon has no other energy, except for it's shroud, than e. The particle's energy lies completely within the photon's circular orbit; there is no translational kinetic energy. A particle, without any other interactions, is stationary in space. This means that matter recognizes a stationary frame of reference. The motion of a body of matter occurs with sequential displacements of each particle within the body. Practically, a body moves with ensembles of particles in motion at any moment in time, with the apparent speed of the object equal to v; the particles move as pharts, at the speed of light. What we call time dilation shows us that these particles move in an imaginary dimension of energy and time, reducing the body's rate of time proportionately to the body's apparent speed. This leads us to the following equations for the state of a body in motion:

f' = f[square-root(1 – b^2) – ib]

M' = M[ditto]

b = (v/c)^2

The last equation comes from equating the classical kinetic energy to the ensemble energy (i.e. ensemble and time averages are equivalent. Within the equation for mass, M', are the factors which define it's motion. Ans f' shows us what time dilation really is. The above equations shows us that property of time which guides the motion of a body is it's rate of time (in other words, it time dilation.) Mass and rate of time are conserved quantities of the motion, and all states of the photon are quantum particles, and vectors.

One should understand that the only photons which we see are emitted photons which reach our eyes. And that the image we see is something that only exists somewhere within our brains. All mass in real time is stationary; and motion is an illusion, which is a property of human perception.