The Michelson-Morley Scandal
The wave or particle confusion, and the twin paradox, were created when Einstein was a child, by Lorentz and other scientists. This great error in physics was done when they together abolished Michelson’s prediction for the Michelson-Morley tests. So, Einstein and Lorentz were wrong and Michelson was right, when he stated no effect in the transverse arm of his tests (MMX).
Michelson realized that the mirrors in MMX are controlling the ray direction, c, but not the beam direction, c+v. This means that light takes the fastest way, and therefore, no effect in the transverse arm. Another way to see this is to regard the fact that we have assumed light to move independent of the equipment in longitudinal arm. Therefore, logic demands the same assumption in the transverse arm. The transverse arm was treated in error and this is a kind of ‘particle thinking’. (The assumption would be correct if we had considered shooting a gun from a moving vehicle). So, we conclude that light moves independent of equipment’s translations in all 3 dimensions. Light behavior is defined by ether wind and rotation of equipment.
We can conclude that assuming particle behavior in the transverse arm was caused by to the fact that a majority of scientists voted against Michelson’s correct opinion.
We find that we need a contraction of matter that is 2 times the Lorentz contraction. Therefore, we no longer need dilation of time, and no twin paradox. The illusion of time dilation is explained by electrons in atomic clocks moving forth and back in relation to the ether wind.
Making contraction of matter 2 times greater makes this contraction equal to the reduction of 2-way speed of light. So, the effect in the longitudinal arm is compensated. This explains MMX results (with equipment cooled down to near zero) that are enormously near zero.
The fact that we must use the ray concept instead of the beam concept means that stellar, and pulsar, aberrations are not dependent of transverse ether wind. They can only detect observer motion.
Wave or particle confusion
An important argument for the wave or particle confusion was found in a test where a beam splitter was used to illuminate 2 photodetectors with the same amount of light. It has been stated that independent indications in the 2 detectors can be united with the particle model for light.
Although this is true, the observation is useless, since an explanation based on light waves is also possible. Light waves interfering with electrons orbiting inside light’s wave front planes can produce electrons in the 2 detectors to behave differently. This explains why most electrons are emitted in a right angle to light.
The Lorentz transform demonstrates how usable mathematics can be physically absurd. Probably the same can be said in relation to general relativity, since it depends on special relativity. Another example where physics can be misleading is the Sagnac effect. The effect can mathematically be described either as a rotating surface or as translating line. However, only the later description is physically valid. So, we must be careful with mathematics and not overestimate its usability.
We find that we have seen a way to solve the twin paradox and the wave or particle confusion.
Since Einstein produced many errors it has been difficult to see that Lorentz produced one error. This explains how this error could exist from 1882 to 2018.