Gutsche, Gottfried J.
December 20, 2020
SRT, light reflection theory, electron-photon theory, light speed, absolute time-space theory, emancipation theory, dilation theory
Abstract: The Special Relativity Theory (SRT) first formulated by Albert Einstein in 1905 in based on the difficoulty encountered with the motion of electrons within a vacuum chamber motivated by the extreme forces of very high voltage static electric fields and the transformations of observer reference frames by H. Lorentz. This motion of electrons was compared by the scienctists of the day to the velocity characteristics of photons, wherein a photon is a theoretic entity assigning light with the ability to transmit-carry the light-energy, the light-intensity of 1 lumen=0.00147watt electric energy flow! These theoretic musings of photon motions was constrought by Einstein to be a time dilation and mass emancipation behavior possible rendering even photons unsuitable for absolute time measurement of multiple complex separated inertial mass motions!
Special Relativity Theory, SRT was based on the observed-measured maximum speed limit of photons and electrons motivated from a fixed point, like a fixed point on the planet Earth, or a reflection from a fixed point in the planetary world and then correlated thought experiments derived from this upper speed limit. Einstein’s thought experiments with imagined synchronised clocks arrived at the actual time-itself dilation and also mass-size dimensions to be dilating- emancipating in relative motions at these super high velocities arriving at 9 known (twin) paradoxes!