Therefore you are saying that both SR and GR are wrong. There is simply no way, in either, to construct a spacetime frame of reference for anything massive travelling at c or above.

The fact is that you start from a false dichotomy and then construct a theory based on that - it is a fallacious way to proceed and can only result is a fallacious outcome (as it does in this case).

Special relativity was based upon the Michelson/Morley experiment which was an invalid experiment since the light speed upon planet Earth is a constant everywhere due to the gravitational field. Any light coming from the sun is changed far out in space. as the Earth heads toward the sun, it is blue shifted. As the Earth receedes away from the sun, it is red shifted. The differential velocity between the incoming photons and the Earth keeps changing as the photons adjust.

If you tried the experiment far out in space, the instrument would not null. Once you are free of the Earths gravitational field, the instrument would give a true reading which is a non-null.

Eisteins equations work well because they are root mean square doppler

Thus M(forward) = MoC/(C-V)

M(rear) = MoC/(C+V)

M(rms) = Mo /[(1- (V/C)^2]^0.5

There Einsteins equations are root mean square Doppler and work well. As far as general relativity is concerned, Einstein's electrical type equations work well because the density of dot-waves around the stars is higher than surrounding space. Therefore when Einstein says that space bends, his equations are basically the same as saying that the density of space dots are higher.

Therefore Einstein gets good results although both GR and SR are flawed.

As far as anything traveling above C. My dot-waves form a spectrum C/4,C/2,C,2C, 4C etc.

These dot waves are the basic structure of matter. As we move outward we find a 2C universe. The planets are as stationary as we are. The people are as stationary as us. The dots move at 2C but the structure are quite stationary.

Our bodies are composed of dot waves which either are perfectly stationary at time and which travel at light speed C at other times. When we travel at 100 miles per hour our dots do not travel at 100 miles per hour. They can only stop and then travel at C. Thus the average speed of our dots is 100 miles per hour since they are stationary most of the time.

A electron has 1.24E38 bipolar dots. Most of the time the dots are mass dots and are basically stationary. At other times they are photonic dots and travel at C. Linear momentum becomes spherical and angular momentum. Therefore there is an uncertainty of the dots direction when it changes from stationary to linear motion. The probability of the totality of all the dots causes the Heisenberg uncertainty principle.