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Who suggested that there is nothing controlling the electron and photon to be confounded?I'm trying to describe a new interpretation of relativity here. I really don't appreciate your input. I think your grasp on conventional relativity is lacking. You continually bleat on a to relativity about confounded this and energy dilation that, fundamental c, and so on, while not engaging with the topic or responding to that which is being discussed.
I am suggesting that gravitational acceleration is time dilation related, and outlining a change to the equivalence principle.
Unfortunately I'm also having to point out the 'documented' flaws in conventional relativity as well.
If you even responded in kind to the 'current physics relativity' flaws that I'm pointing out, rather than engaging in the changes I suggest - I could just about forgive you - but you do neither.
You just clog up the thread with your confoundedness notion making it difficult to retain topical continuity.
Again - with all due respect, I do really wish you would open your own thread to talk about confounded particles upon.
Perhaps I missed something. What's this business about confounded electrons and photons? And how is it relevant to timey's theory?Note that the equivalency principle is that objects in free fall do not feel their own weight. You seem to be talking about something else entirely.
What you are suggesting here is that there is an absolute background frame of reference. This cannot be reconciled with relativity.
The only way to proceed with your ideas is to start with SR and a sphere 1 light second in radius. Then consider the sphere to have photon emitters all around the surface set to fire all at the same time.
Obviously just for this thought experiment. If they are all set to converge at the origin of the sphere then barring any unseen events they should all converge at the same time.
Then for GR do the same for a sphere near but no centred on a large mass. Now the photons will not all converge at once.
timey- Relativity does not fall short no matter what your patience level might be for it to fall short. Its always the understanding that falls short. Even with so called physicists.