Authors: Georgina Woodward
Re-examination of the light clock argument using the idea that for a particular observed phenomenon or object the same physics must be occurring in foundational reality that is the source for the different observations made. I.e. There is the same underlying reality. To correctly extend relativity to light, electricity and magnetism, the concept must be held that those phenomena are, in foundational Object reality, unaffected by alteration of observer viewpoint, and relative motion. Rather than considering events to be happening in space time the reexamination happens using the understanding that the uni-temporal source reality is not seen but it is products of electromagnetic information receipt and processing that are seen.
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