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Hi 

 have finally wrote the essay for science paper .

Your thoughts would be appreciated a lot.

This is thought experiment in which light clocks - stationary and moving will have very unusual 

 

feature-adjustable length between mirrors A and B.

 

Light clock with adjustable distance between mirrors will provide better look at understanding 

 

Of time dilation.

 

 

Picture 1

 

 

 

 

 

The distance Lo(picture 1) is distance between mirrors.The distance Lo will be calculated  and 

 

adjusted from two components :

 

Speed of light C  and distance of L= 3x10e8m and time t=1sec

 

Speed V- in m/s (speed v is speed of moving light clock)It will be shown as percentage of C

 

V=0.1C  to 0.95 C

 

 

The different approach to this  time dilation  thought experiment is :

 

The diagonal distance (picture 1) between AB1(dotted line )will be L=3x10e8m.

 

Distance Dv =x1 +x2=Vx t (t=1 sec)

 

From Pythagoras theorem the distance between mirrors Lo is

 

Lo^2=L^2-Dv^2

 

Here are few practical examples:

 

For speed V1=0.1C the distance Lo=0.994 x 3x10e8m

 

For speed V2=0.5C the distance Lo=0.86 x 3x10e8m

 

For speed V3=0.95C the distance L0=0.31x 3x10e8m

 

 

From this very simple thought experiment is easy to see that In moving reference  and in

 

Non   moving reference frame the distance L=3x10m is travelled in time t=1 sec .

 

The distance L(3x10e8m)  and time t (t=1 sec) are measuring reference signal to calculate the 

 

Distance Lo.

 

By adjusting the distance Lo for different speeds V ,the time dilation calculation using Lorentz 

 

Factor formula is not needed.

 

The  construction of time measuring device ,in our case light clock , is what creates difference

 

In time shown on moving and not  moving  light clock.

 

The light dot of light clock is quanta of light-photon with frequency f=400-800Thz.

 

The difference in direction and distance  of movements of light dot in stationary  clock and

 

moving clock is observed as different number of clicks per second(photon travels from mirror

 

A B).This number of ticks per second is can be  seen as frequency of photon been emitted

 

from   mirror A to mirror B.

 

The atomic clock use photon created by caesium atom changing energy state .

 

The moving atomic clock photon  will travel longer trajectory than static atomic clock.

 

The different  time will be shown on the display of moving clock.The atomic clock 

 

Can be seen as a modern version of light clock.

 

The  creation of Particles  inside the accelerators is observed by specific frequency  photon 

 

released. If the particle moves the trajectory of photon will increased and measured time 

 

By moving observer will be longer.

 

Conclusion:

 

From this very simple thought experiment we can see that time difference shown by stationary 

 

And moving clocks is caused by increase in distance and direction of photons used to measure 

 

time.

 

The theory of relativity time dilation is just overlooked change in distance and direction of 

 

Speed of electromagnet photons.

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, jv1 said:

The moving atomic clock photon  will travel longer trajectory than static atomic clock.

In which frame of reference is the observer? You seem to forget about relativity in your attempt at explaining relativistic effects.

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2 hours ago, jv1 said:

Hi 

 have finally wrote the essay for science paper .

Your thoughts would be appreciated a lot.

!

Moderator Note

We're not doing this again. This speculation couldn't be supported before, and changing the diagrams doesn't change that fact. This is a waste of time and you've shown us this before, and your threads on it were closed, and you were asked not to do this again. Have a vacation, think about the rules you agreed to follow, and if you come back, we can discuss some science.

 
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