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Whereas redshift has been demonstrated as being variable in nature, tested and observed.
There are a lot of problems even with GR itself, one being the invention of an unobserved object to explain certain behaviors.
So the speed of inflation is faster than the speed of light?
Show it's time! I don't see it at all. Thing's move, by nature they have to move or we wouldn't be here. There is nothing indicative of our universe that some magical force of time is required for objects to move, but we do have plenty of well tested theories that explain why thing's move.
You can watch the sun race across the sky and call it time, really your just watching the sun race across the sky as it should do. The theory of time is a nice toy for predicting "future" events, but it's not an actuality of the universe itself and has never actually been proven to exist as such.
When we watch the sun move across the sky and count how many grains of sand fall between the start and end, divide that many grains by whichever unit of measure you choose, in our case 24 "hours". So if 2,000 grains of sand fall in "one hour", then we know that we need 2,000x24 grains to measure "one day".
It's just not time, it's just measuring something else with something else and claiming it's a fundamental physical aspect of the universe called time. Take away any possible way to measure time and you lose all sense of what time is. It doesn't exist and never has existed in our universe.
There is no time dilation occurring, we're not changing a rate of time with these clock experiments. It's a play of words and concepts when we speak of time.
The whole theory rests upon redshift being a constant and not variable by nature, which it is demonstratively variable by nature, and that GR is an accurate depiction of gravity which hasn't actually been proven either. GR/SR invents to many unobserved "ifs" and paradoxes in order to maintain it's validity in the light of observed instances going against the theory.
In order for matter to clump under gravity, it needs to be hot. Cold matter will just bounce off each other without clumping as it doesn't have enough 'tug force' to stay in contact.
What would our concept of time be if we existed on Venus instead of Earth, where a day is almost equal to a year? Or if we lived on Jupiter instead of Earth with a higher gravitational pull?
Originally posted by Maslo
Any proof that they are realy connected that I dont know about?