Einstein's Leading to Reality

Einstein's revolution regarding time

Einstein discovered that time is malleable; the time given by a clock depends on that clock's motion, a phenomenon called "time dilation".

Einstein's prediction made in the early 20th century has been verified experimentally by Hafele and Keating in 1971 and confirmed over and over since.
The experiments consisted of atomic clocks, one flying in a plane around the globe and a reference clock kept on the ground; the time differences coincided precisely to Einstein's calculations.

The reality behind "time dilation"

Gravimotion is an interpretation of Nature, which is based on science's mathematics, yet which is questionning the worded interpretation of these mathematics. In gravimotion's interpretation of Nature the inner motion mechanism of a clock, rather than time, is altered by that clock overall motion. While evident, this interpretation is ignored by physicists.

Gravimotion's physical argument

The physical experiments are as follows:
  1. A clock on the ground is used as reference for time.
  2. The time given by a clock within a plane in motion with respect to the reference clock, differs from the time given by that reference clock.
In the following I am using the expressions clock inner motion, rather than "time given by a clock", and clock overall motion for the motion of the plane.
The clock's inner motion mechanism, rather than time, is physically altered in accordance with Einstein's prodigious time dilation.

The Beauty of this argumentt

Most importantly gravimotion's above interpretation unveils the elegant simplicity of Nature, which is unity. Only one physical entity is at play that is motion; motion replaces and unifies 2 very distinct scientific entities or concepts that are "time" and "speed" (motion of matter).

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