## Gravitation not acceleration influences the clock.

LoopdoctorFebruary 15February 170Level II Advanced

How do you interpret the equivalence principle of gravity and acceleration? Einstein said: standing in a hypothetical closed elevator, you cannot determine whether you hang still and feel the effect of gravity of a planet nearby , or you feel the same effect caused by the elevator accelerating out in space. What...

## No ‘Event Horizon’ in New Time-like Solution

LoopdoctorFebruary 15March 160Level III Doctor

Einstein’s General Relativity contains the Laplace operator of a sphere of incompressible liquid. It links the time-like solution (how fast does the clock tick) directly with the gravitational potential: no need for using tensor operations. He never applied it to the potential inside a sphere. This article is doing...

## Earth’s core temperature calculated, not guessed

LoopdoctorFebruary 11February 170Level I Student

The cause of the high temperature of the inner core of the earth is currently thought to be radioactive decay and residual heat. This article provides a different explanation: Energy conservation. Imagine a tunnel through the earth and calculate the potential energy of a molecule at the surface and in the core. You...

## Shapiro annihilates Eddington’s “drop the suffix”

LoopdoctorFebruary 11February 120Level II Advanced

Long after Einstein’s death, Shapiro sent a radar signal to Venus, in its position opposite of the sun, and half an hour later received it back. With this astonishing experiment he proved part of the delay (190 microsec) was caused by the gravitation of the sun. Eddington, expert in Einstein’s theory of General...

## Uniting Einstein’s Relativity with Measurement Technology

LoopdoctorFebruary 10February 170Level I Student

How do you measure? Crucial is which measuring stick or [unit] is used to read the amount or coordinate on your display. Einstein originally didn’t talk about ‘length contraction’ (amount) but about ‘measuring stick contraction’ (unit). Remarkably Einstein’s theories are cast in mathematical formulas using coordinates...

## Quantum of time explains uncertainty

LoopdoctorFebruary 10February 170Level III Doctor

Electrons in atoms only have discrete energy levels. Why? How does the transition go? The following article explains this with Quantum Theory. It is about Planck and spin. (Keep in mind: h-bar = h/2π). The SI-units are being unified. The speed of light becomes 1. With Fredkin’s hypothesis and the ‘Uncertainty...

## Andromeda galaxy approaches us 20% faster

LoopdoctorFebruary 7February 170Level I Student

Remarkable? Andromeda goes 20% faster than stated in many books and publications. So you see: Our repair-project leads to many consequences and predictions. This article is about the famous Hubble law. The law is explained, analysed and grilled. The measured redshift of our today’s most far spotted galaxy GN-z11...

## Albert Einstein’s space-time and the speed of light

LoopdoctorDecember 12March 11Level II Advanced

Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955) was a pioneer of space-time. In 1905, he published his theory of Special Relativity, in which he discovered the energy in mass (E = m.c^2) based on the constancy of the speed of light to all observers. He also introduced time dilation (time going slower at high speed), based on the...

## Emmy Noether, the ignored scientist

LoopdoctorDecember 4February 190Level I Student, Level II Advanced, Level III Doctor

It all starts with Emmy Noether (1882 – 1935), a brilliant mathematician, creating one of the pillars of physics: defining reference frames within which energy and momentum conservation can be proven. In 1918 Noether’s theorem was published, more than a year after Einstein published his theory of General...