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2.You wondered whether SR is visual or not. My idea suggest that it is indeed visual (and GR as well but you don't agree here).
Quote2.You wondered whether SR is visual or not. My idea suggest that it is indeed visual (and GR as well but you don't agree here).Geometry shows the visual distortion in SR. Gr on the other hand has to be physical to connect the clock to the measurement.
In other words, space curving cannot exceed c. The speed limit for space curvature is because of the observations of c as constant. This limit is not clear why it happens.
Does GR explain how mass particles aquire mass ? It is though to be via Higgs Field but the mechanism is not very convincing at all.
The point of any description of relativity observations has to begin with what causes electrons to move. Then we can have a clue to the physical description of photons.
I've already described how they move. Fundamental wave that it is made of travels at c the same way as EM waves. Interactions with other waves makes them to change shape (compress or extend the helix) and thus the forward speed changes. What makes photons to move makes electrons to move.
Regarding fields other than electro-magnetic, since they can interact with electro-magnetic filed through gravitational effects it means that probably they are also electro-magnetic. This explains the relativistic mass effects that apply to all particles.
Like Nikola Tesla said – "Everything is the Light".
Perhaps there is a way, if you can find one way speed of light.
Where does mass mechanically receive the ability of movement? From c of course. Any other direction moves us away from the cause of relativity.