Akil, Mohammed Zaman
June 30, 2016
Special Theory of Relativity (STR); CosmicTime Flow; Definition of the meter; Newtons Laws of Motion
In any scientific enquiry there are no such things as final solutions. Yet, in this paper, I aim to explain the problems of the size changes of some basic measure units on inertial frames of referenc when in relative motion. It was demonstrated that a normal clock's rate of ticking duration becomes 'slower' when placed on a “faster” inertial frame of relative motion. Equally the mass of a body becomes larger with increased kinetic motion. Thus, the same clock runs slower when at rest on the moving Earth frame relative to the gravitational rest frame of the Sun. Similarly, the same pendulum clock runs slower when in motion (on board a moving train) and its arm must be physically shortened such that both clocks are synchronized to read a universal 'common time clock system' (CTCS) on both frames. The effect of shortening the arm's length compensate for the increase to the bob mass size due to gained kinetic energy of motion and the clocks' ticks durations become of the same length on both frames. An arbitray universality of a natural cosmic time flow rate is thus established on both frames as it is important for starting common dating and calculating the relative total energy content of a material body.
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