Time distortion and relativity of uniqueness

The JaSP network has published an article about special relativity. Here is the abstract:

A previous study about the observation of arrays of equivalent clocks shows three results. Time dilation is observed when looking at the same clock. Time contraction is observed when looking at a fixed point. Time invariability is observed when looking at a set of "magic clocks".

Time distortion is the effect that is observed when looking at a set of clocks in an array. The set depends on the velocity of observation, which indicates the observed clock in the array and it is independent of the velocity of movement of the array. Time distortion includes time dilation, time contraction, and time invariability.

Relativity of uniqueness is an effect that is observed when looking at a single clock in one frame and at a set of clocks in an array in another frame. The observer is only aware of clock readings, that is, without being aware of velocities of observation and other conditions. In this scenario, the observer cannot tell the difference between the single clock in the first frame and the set of clocks in the second frame.


Published: 2022-11-26 22:00