Time is come to demystify time...

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Einstein's Time Dilation genius idea... unveils the substance of time

Einstein baffles us asserting "time" is not running at the same rate everywhere.
Einstein mathematics show that the time given by a clock depends on that clock relative speed with respect to an observer.
This phenomenon called "time dilation" amounts to the alteration of "time" with "relative speed" or motion.
There is also
gravity-time-dilation. (For detailed explanation, bring mouse pointer over underlined text)
A scientist from CERN told me that due to gravity time dilation, a clock at the top of a building runs faster than at the bottom. As such, he told me, whether there is motion or not is not the point! And along with it the contents of this internet page is irrelevant!
My answer to that argument is that in accordance with Einstein's equivalence principle, which states that gravitation is equivalent to acceleration, objects higher in altitude are less accelerated (have less motion) than those at a lower altitude.
You might argue that while standing in one place on earth one is not accelerated and cannot be moving.
Yet Einstein explains how in an elevator, which is going up, one feels the accelerated motion and that feeling is undistinguishable from the pressure we feel under our feet just standing at rest on earth. In other words being in one place at rest on earth is equivalent as being accelerated or in motion upward.
In short gravity is nothing else than disguised motion. Hence the word gravimotion by the way... anyway, gravity-time dilation is nothing else than disguised motion-time dilation; and the contents of this page, which goal is to discredit time in favor of motion, is right on target.

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 identical atomic clocks, some flying in planes around the globe and a reference clock left on the ground playing the role of the observer; the time differences coincided precisely to Einstein's calculations!

These experiments if any reinforce our belief that "time" exists!
The consensus is that the "time" (given by a flying clock) is altered by the motion (of the plane).
As shown next, I think these very experiments do instead challenge our human concept of time!

The physical experiments, which match Einstein mathematics, actually suggest that the overall motion of a clock is altering mechanically its inner physical clockwork motion mechanism!
While evident, this interpretation is not mentioned by physicists though; and it does not appear in treatises of physics either!
Worse (as far as this author is concerned) the idea is denied outright by physicists...
Claiming the clockwork, rather than "time", is altered by the clock’s overall motion is integral part of gravimotion interpretation of Nature; as in gravimotion motion replaces both "time" and "space", and for physicists who would read these words, motion would embody Einstein's mathematical space-time.
Now supposing motion is physical as thought in gravimotion, Einstein's discovery suggests that physical motion is acting on physical motion; an assertion not contradicting Einstein mathematics, yet far from the conventional interpretation involving "relative speed", an "observer" and "time".
While physics' mathematics describes the phenomenon with great accuracy, physics'mathematics doesn't provide a clue about the nature of that phenomenon, which is motion on motion interaction and which does not need any "observer" to occur!

Gravimotion's physical argument

The physical experiments illustrate Einstein's mathematical work:
  1. A clock on the ground is used as reference for "time".
  2. The "time" given by a clock in motion with respect to the reference clock, differs from the "time" given by that reference clock.
Now because the plane takes off the surface of earth, both flying and reference clocks are also animated with earth's underlying motions.
The underlying motion of both clocks include earth's daily spin but also all of earth's other underlying movements, which are earth's yearly revolution around the sun, the motion of the sun within the milky way galaxy, the motion of that galaxy of ours within the universe and finally the expansion of the universe itself.
In the following, in addition or besides the underlying motion common to both clocks, I am using the words: a clock's clockwork inner motion mechanism, rather than the words "time given by a clock".
As shown next all of the underlying motions, starting from the universe's expansion in sequence all the way up to the motion of the plane in the experiment, alter negatively the inner motion mechanism of the flying clock.
While the above fits Einstein mathematics it departs from the conventional interpretation of "time dilation"; in the end the clock's inner motion mechanism, rather than "time", is mechanically altered in accordance with Einstein's calculations!
Most importantly, this new interpretation (gravimotion's interpretation) unveils the elegant simplicity of Nature that is its unity, as compared to our human conventional interpretation of it.
In gravimotion's interpretation only one physical entity is at play that is motion; ultimately motion replaces "time"; by contrast in our minds as in science 3 very distinct entities and concepts are at play in that alleged "time dilation"; they are "relative speed", "observer" and "time".

Time does not run clocks, clockworks do!

In a grand-father clock the source of motion is a weight originally made of a stone attached to the gears by a rope and falling from top to bottom of the clock, and that is motion activated through gravity not through "time".
In the atomic clock the source of motion is the cesium-133 atom's resonating frequency; that is an oscillating cyclic motion depending on the electrons' orbital and charge, and not on "time".
Also depending on a source of motion, rather than "time", are the spring and battery activated watches.

Our human concepts of "time" and "temperature" make one in gravimotion

But wait! In a clock the "rendering of time" is not the only internal motion mechanism actually modified by the clock's external overall motion.
"Temperature", which occurs under the chaotic motion of the clock's atoms and molecules, is another yet different internal motion mechanism.
And in gravimotion interpretation of Nature, when reaching the overall external speed of light (or getting close to it) all of the clock's internal motion mechanisms whether it be the man made clockwork but also now the chaotic motion of its atoms and molecules do actually freeze!
I thought that was in accord with the theory of relativity, but a physicist told me that relativity doesn't claim that at speed of light "temperature" drops to absolute 0.
If that is the case, gravimotion's interpretation of Nature makes the prediction right here: a consequence of increasing the motion of any object (or increasing its relative speed toward the speed of light) is to decrease its temperature.

Unifying temperature and time in such a way reflects the beauty of Nature!
Such unification does not exist in physics though, as neither "time" nor "temperature" are considered to be motion in physics.
Should you go on reading gravimotion's websites you will discover many more wonders of Nature, amazing by their simplicity, yet all suggested by science mathematics and experiments.

About our human predefined understanding of Nature

Should a clock stops running, time continues running; obviously time does not run clocks, time is nevertheless derived from clocks; it shows how lenient is our interpretation of Nature when that suits us, even in science!
Such fallacy is no doubt due to our human predefined interpretation of Nature; we unconditionally believe that time exists.
Because "time" does not run clocks, and because an internal motion mechanism does, the evidence (that is "time dilation" experiments) is that the overall motion of a clock alters its internal motion mechanism rather than controlling "time" as claimed in science!

Time and our day-to-day lives

As far as our day-to-day lives are concerned, time remains indispensable.
Even if time does not exist in reality, we cannot do without clocks!
And physics' mathematical interpretation of Nature cannot do either without this "t" abstract symbol of time.
No matter the sophistication of our thinking, that is whether layperson or scientist, time remains indispensable in our lives and minds!

Gravimotion contribution

In the gravimotion world the internal motion mechanism dependency on the overall motion of the clock, is a dependency that is first recognized then taken most seriously.
It turns out that motion physical interaction on motion leads straight into a unified interpretation of Nature! A feast, by the way, that theoretical physics seeks desperately to achieve.

Discover how motion reality carries out motion relativity, click: Relativity to Reality physical relationship

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