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Emer. Prof. Mogens True Wegener
local time: 2017-11-18 03:24 (+01:00 )
Emer. Prof. Mogens True Wegener

Assumptions

Found: 22

2015-02-12 18:29:22
All experience proves that Time Flows, the present separating the past from the future.
2015-02-12 18:29:46
The Now is the moment of becoming when reality emerges annihilating empty possibilities.
2015-02-12 18:30:02
The Universe (U) must therefore be subject to the Absolute Simultaneity of a Universal Time.
2015-02-12 18:33:11
Atoms of the same type, if exposed to similar conditions, partake in the same Cosmic Rhythm.
2015-02-12 18:33:28
Only a universe (u) with an infinite substratum of fundamental particles can sustain such rhythm.
2015-02-12 18:33:48
In order to possess invariant laws such universe must be expanding relative to the sizes of atoms.
2015-02-12 18:34:03
The only relevant universes are those with a structure determined by an expanding substratum (S).
2015-02-12 18:34:17
The crucial property of these universes is not homogeneity, but the symmetry of Cosmic Isotropy.
2015-02-12 18:35:22
The substratum of fundamental particles is covered by local layers, or strata, of accidental particles.
2015-02-12 18:35:35
The substratum thereby offers a spatial background on which individual traits can be distinguished.
2015-02-12 18:36:37
Fundamental particles (FP) are at rest in S, relative to the CMBR. Accidental particles (AP) are not.
2015-02-12 18:36:48
The clocks of fundamental particles count universal time (T), while those of accidental ones do not.
2015-02-12 18:36:51
A fictitious spatial standard frame can be construed around any object, whether at rest or in motion.
2015-02-12 18:36:55
However, it can never be supplied with identical clocks except for infinitesimal elements of the grid.
2015-02-12 18:36:05
At any time T only one fundamental particle can be at rest in a frame, constituting its Natural Origo.
2015-02-12 18:36:24
An object O refers at any T to two FP: FP1 with which it coincides; FP2 relative to which it is at rest.
2015-02-12 18:36:59
The clock of object O is slow relative to that of FP1 due to motion, to that of FP2 due to gravitation.
2015-02-12 18:37:03
The retardation of O-time t is: {1 - V^2 /c^2}^-2 relative to FP1, {1 + 2? /c^2}^-2 relative to FP2.
2015-02-12 18:35:49
So the "motional energy" of O relative to FP1 equals the "gravitational" energy of O relative to FP2.
2015-02-12 18:37:07
Thus it is not the master clock of an FP passing over the standard frame of another FP that is slow.
2015-02-12 18:32:58
It is the slave clocks in that frame which are slow relative to the master clock of the FP showing T.
2015-02-12 18:30:40
There is no attraction between fundamental particles, thus no valid Einstein-Friedmann equation.