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And SR is the hypotenuse of Pythagoras. GR is a dilation radius issue and physical.

Not with the change I make to the equivalence principle.Planck's h constant becomes a time dilation related phenomenon, where the energy being added to the atoms of the black body are causing the atoms to be running at a faster rate of time and emit higher frequency photons.If you take this time dilation factor into account, the ultraviolet catastrophe doesn't occur.Hope you have good time in Oz, are you going West or East?

I'm back sooner than I thought. WiFi is.a wonderful thing. Quote from: GoC on 24/02/2017 18:30:11And SR is the hypotenuse of Pythagoras. GR is a dilation radius issue and physical.No. SR extends the concept of a right triangle by projecting it onto a curved surface. There's more to it of course, but that's more or less how it starts once you realize that spacetime is curved.

No need to add curvature twice!

Ok Mike here is the data:The Lorentz contraction for half the speed of light is 0.866025. Where does that come from? Lets look at half the speed of light as a right triangle. It creates a 30,60,90 triangle. When we look at Cos 30 we get 0.866025 relative to the speed of light as 1 for the motion of light. It takes about 13.4% longer to travel the distance as perpendicular. That is your Lorentz contraction. Your light clock is affected by that same issue to reduce the tick rate. When you relate it to reaction time of a frame the cycle time of the electron also is affected by that same 13.4% reduction. Light and mechanical clocks tick at the same rate in every frame. So the biological reaction rate is slowed and affects your biological aging clockIf you drew a line between two points of a circle you would be correct it does not include the additional circle radius. That is your confusion. All vector speeds give the same hypotenuse issue but you cannot draw a line between two points of a circle or sphere for an accurate distance of light. So what exactly is your answer as No mean mathematically?In GR your curve is a two dimensional understanding of a three dimensional issue. Dilation is a sphere from a round object with a gradient of its dilation of energy. Dilation of energy being its greatest in the center of mass where energy is the least dense (dilated the most) out. As the difference between the most dilated position increases as a dilation gradient, attraction to the center of mass increases while your clock tick rate also increases measuring the energy gradient state increase away from the center of mass.The physical energy dilation in GR matches the Pythagoras hypotenuse travel distance in SR for equivalency. Relativity is just a plain beautiful mathematical representation of the observed universe.

The result of what you are defending so vigorously, on my New Theories thread GoC, is that SR is making space longer, and GR is making things go faster, over a longer space, ie: metres comprised of 'empty nothing' that stretch, and this stretching of nothing then serves to retain the desired notion of constant speed...

How can 'nothing' be stretched?Magic perhaps?

Or do you wish to take the view of there being a 'fabric' of space that is stretched?

A fabric that is imperceivable, and to all intents and purposes, apart from the stretchiness, is entirely indistinguishable from being anything but empty tracts of distance between clumps of mass.

...and you declare GR and SR to be a brilliant and perfect mathematical description of our universe?

I don't think so...

No preferred frame for what exactly?

Why is that relevant?

P.S.Space is dilated.

GR contracts time, so how does GR cause space dilation?

Faster seconds cause acceleration in the decelerated g-field, not deceleration.