Question Is our time reference measured by light a lie?

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This thought came to mind when realizing that the speed of a gravity wave is equal to the speed of light to within 1% due to orbital decay. It has been shown that gravitational stress at different locations where gravity is different for that particular organism effects biological age. With General relativity at different distances from a known mass then time will vary.

Therefore realizing the 1% of orbital decay with the speed of a gravity wave to the speed of light. We should use Gravity Wave timing clocks for a true 24 hours, because with orbital decay and gravity waves vs light waves, light clocks tic .24 hours slower when referenced to gravity waves. Our time for this gravity wave light delay mishmash for a day is 23.76 hours! Therefore what you see is an illusion meaning light compared to gravity waves is not working a full day like gravity waves at 24 hours.

What is ironic is characterized by one of the five senses. The saying goes goes, "What you see is what you get", now as I explained is a incorrect when compared to a gravity wave. So spiritually knowing the eyes can deceive you. It is understood that some people depend so heavily on visual evidence yet all along could its measurement be just a a fundamental lag evidence?

Gravitational time dilation is a form of time dilation, an actual difference of elapsed time between two events as measured by observers situated at varying distances from a gravitating mass. The lower the gravitational potential, the slower time passes, speeding up as the gravitational potential increases.
The Gravitational Stress
Medicine takes into account the difference between chronological age (how many years since birth, also called « civil age », given that birth is recorded in the City Register of Births) and biological age (the health condition). It is to be emphasized that, unlike an accepted opinion, an individual in water does not escape gravity: he is not subject to gravitational stress.

On the Moon, a 72 Kg individual weights only 12 Kg. A long stay potentiates the biological aging of a visitor in proportion of the gravitational stress: for example, muscle loss is quickly observed. Of course, a reduction in the gravity rate has no impact on chronological aging of the visitors.

Not only microgravity is anxiogenic, but it becomes promptly etiogenic. Indeed, all observations show that it weakens systematically the physiology of extraterrestrial travellers, so that the stress accelerates their biological aging. Here are three illustrations.

PSR 1913+16 orbital decay
The speed of gravity (more correctly, the speed of gravitational waves) can be calculated from observations of the orbital decay rate of binary pulsars PSR 1913+16 (the Hulse–Taylor binary system noted above) and PSR B1534+12. The orbits of these binary pulsars are decaying due to loss of energy in the form of gravitational radiation. The rate of this energy loss ("gravitational damping") can be measured, and since it depends on the speed of gravity, comparing the measured values to theory shows that the speed of gravity is equal to the speed of light to within 1%.

 
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This thought came to mind when realizing that the speed of a gravity wave is equal to the speed of light to within 1% due to orbital decay. It has been shown that gravitational stress at different locations where gravity is different for that particular organism effects biological age. With General relativity at different distances from a known mass then time will vary.

Therefore realizing the 1% of orbital decay with the speed of a gravity wave to the speed of light. We should use Gravity Wave timing clocks for a true 24 hours, because with orbital decay and gravity waves vs light waves, light clocks tic .24 hours slower when referenced to gravity waves. Our time for this gravity wave light delay mishmash for a day is 23.76 hours! Therefore what you see is an illusion meaning light compared to gravity waves is not working a full day like gravity waves at 24 hours.

What is ironic is characterized by one of the five senses. The saying goes goes, "What you see is what you get", now as I explained is a incorrect when compared to a gravity wave. So spiritually knowing the eyes can deceive you. It is understood that some people depend so heavily on visual evidence yet all along could its measurement be just a a fundamental lag evidence?
Good point to bring this subject to a daily human observation.
Actually, this fact is already taken to advantage for systems demanding time-precise synchronization.
Some LTE (4G) networks use GPS synchronization additionally to it's internal means. The point is that GPS satellites are designed to have their clocks corrected. LTE mobile - to - mobile synchronization protocol requirement is less than 1ms delay. In many cases this is achievable with GPS precision.
 
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My professor today said that time is an illusion, I don't think I fully understood. Is it because time is relative to our position in the universe? As in the time in takes to get around the sun is different where we are than some where else in the solar system? Or because if we were in a different Solar System time would be perceived different? I think I'm totally off...


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Time is a perception of an observer. Even separated several meters clocks are not synchronized in time.

With the theory of relativity, Einstein realized the true connection between time and space, a unified it known as space-time. The connection that allowed us to translate between movement in space and movement in time. In other words, how much one meter of space, for example, is worth in time.

Even one second on Earth is not the same length of time everywhere in the universe.

“The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once.” - Albert Einstein.

He mentioned that time was more like a river, ebbing and flowing depending on the effects of gravity and space-time and also mentioned that ‘now’ is an ‘illusion’.

The most accurate clock in the universe would probably be a rotating star like a pulsar, but on Earth atomic clocks provide the most accurate track of time.

Time exists in observations, equations, theories and laws. It is a part of the apparatus that we currently have working best for the Universe understanding.

Think about that idea. Does light experience time? From the perspective of a photon, it's emitted, and might exist for hundreds of trillions of years, but for the photon, there's zero time elapsed between when it's emitted and when it's absorbed again.
 
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I’ll add that clocks tick throughout the universe at the same rate within the Hubble Flow. Of course, localized gravity fields will cause some variations.
 
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I thought, according to GR, when light is the observer, nothing actually moves, no? :)
Transference: When light is the observer, everything else in the universe moves at the speed of light.

And this is not even close to the first place or time that transference (worlds / universes existing in light) has been alluded to.
 
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I thought, according to GR, when light is the observer, nothing actually moves, no? :)
Relativity holds that from the reference frame of a photon, no time expires from going from point A to B. In the time dilation equation, v = c, thus the denominator goes to 0, so you have an infinite time dilation for time, thus no time at all expires.
 
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So, my statement is correct, I guess? :)
Yes, but from the reference frame of a photon, no observation is even possible.

Another way to look at it is to use to use length contraction from SR, in lieu of time dilation. Distance traveled is 0 mm. So there‘s nothing that can be seen as appearing frozen. :)
 
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