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Quote from: Nilak on 23/04/2017 17:59:25Although your analogy with the photon that gets a higher frequency at a lower level, works with my hypothesis except, I get a higher wavelength, but also a higher frequencyI have not made an 'analogy'.It is a physical fact that light, be it redshifted or blue shifted, has a higher frequency the closer it is to M.It is a physical fact that the clock has a higher frequency the further away it is from M.As to your theory, I'm sorry to say, but it is my understanding that a value of frequency is always 'inversely' proportional to wavelength.
Although your analogy with the photon that gets a higher frequency at a lower level, works with my hypothesis except, I get a higher wavelength, but also a higher frequency
Sorry, Timey, you are spouting absolute nonsense. We've been around this block before and I thought you understood the experimental results. Apparently not. I'm out.
mgh=peand where m=0:gh=gravitational field energy.
I am simply adding a new suggestion, this being that the phenomenon of time is physically caused by energy
Quotemgh=peand where m=0:gh=gravitational field energy.Again, if m=0 then pe=0 in that equality. Or I'm just missing somethig?gh is not energy but gravitational potential (because gravitational potential is per unit (1) mass) , unless there is a special case where m=1kg.
I am trying to attribute the gravitational field itself with energy where the energy is greater at closer radius to M.
: Socreatic.orgWhen a force acts on an object as the object travels some distance, the work done on the object is equal to the force times the distance. And when work is done on an object, its energyincreases by an amount equal to the work.
It is a physical fact that light, be it redshifted or blue shifted, has a higher frequency the closer it is to M.It is a physical fact that the clock has a higher frequency the further away it is from M.
For the last time, ever, light is observed to be blue shifted when seen from a lower gravitational potential than its source. Clocks are seen to run faster when observed from a lower gravitational potential than the signal source. Same phenomenon, same process.
Imagine a clock that generated a time signal by electrons moving between energy levels with a small energy difference. That would produce an electromagnetic (radiofrequency) wave whose frequency defined time
Now imagine an electromagnetic wave generated by electrons moving between levels with a much larger energy difference - light. At what photon energy do you think the mechanism of blue shift suddenly reverses, and why?
I don't know why I bother. Pehaps I care.Gravitational redshifts and clock variations depend only on the relative positions of the source and observer, and they behave in exactly the same way.There is no point in your trying to explain a phenomenon that does not occur.