Time dilation, length contraction and Higgs (an idea, for explaining time dilation)

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Time dilation, length contraction and Higgs (an idea, for explaining time dilation) (a last thought, see 3.0 for an idea explaining the speed of light)

I think fields like Higgs (or just Higgs fields it selves) could be responsible for time dilation and length contraction. Let’s argue (I have not studied Physics, but this area is also logically thinking, I have a Mathematics background, so my sentences are not like a physicist writes/talks). (06/10/19) In part (1) I don't believe in Higgs fields anymore (as I think), but I believe in the fourth dimension, so the cause of time comes from outside! But with the Higgs fields it is also explainable good enough. Some graphs are added for illustrations. (11/10/20) These graphs are moved to the webpage "Some formulas for the interested reader o.a. light"

Science is just to find the laws in nature (that laws exist already for billions of years), nothing more, so in the meantime it is just waiting that somebody understand one of the many laws and explain it to us.

If you have an idea, just explain it to others and maybe some get better ideas, so it could help.

Statement: All materials, so existing out of atoms, have an inner energy and the capacity to store kinetic energy, these energies together form its total energy. The Higgs fields gave resistance (no friction, for a constant speed in space there is no lost of kinetic energy ) to materials in motion in all directions, how faster going through the Higgs fields how greater the resistance and how more kinetic energy stored. So how faster how lower the ration (total energy - kinetic energy)/(total energy) (= Lorentz factor 1/γ, calling time dilation). For every level of resistance (motions in a clock go slower) and compared to our defined unit of time (second), the maximum speed that can be overbridged in the slower second is just below 300.000 km, so there is always a new motion possible from that material position for another material starting from that position (has proportional the same ration (total energy - kinetic energy)/(total energy) (= Lorentz factor 1/γ)) but the resistance will be greater. Higgs parts are stored in that materials and are the carriers for receiving resistance from the Higgs fields. Light can’t store Higgs parts, so can’t have resistance in levels, and has therefore always the maximum speed possible in the Higgs fields (they control always the maximum possible speed for everything). So for every level of resistance the speed of light is always the same. When you look to a material path of motion from another level of resistance (time dilation), you see that path as it should be for that same kinetic energy on your level. Energy is an absolute value. You see the speed of light always the same, but you see it’s path from a faster time in a slower time smaller. The rate of a local clock somewhere is related to the kinetic energy of the whole system of materials where the clock is part of (e.g. a clock on Earth). That kinetic energy is build up from the starting point of our universe and its path of motions for that system. There is a force needed to build up a speed v of a material on a resistance level and the resistance is also increasing. There is lesser force needed perpendicular on that motion direction to reach that speed v for that material, but the same time dilation for both, because perpendicular you go from 0 to v, so the resistance difference is on lower levels, in the motion direction you go from v1 to v2 so difference v but the resistance difference is on higher levels. The Higgs fields form the dimension Time! (12/10/20) I thought the formula (total energy - kinetic energy)/(total energy) (= Lorentz factor 1/γ, calling time dilation) to having derived in part (1) in 2017, but I was already using this formula. Or in 2014 self already derived or read somewhere, after a long time you don't know anymore your own writing! Also I know what I meant that light from a slower time is seen smaller, no it's path is smaller, light is in fact going slower in a slower going time.

The motions of particles or processes in a muon are going slower when it has a higher relative speed, so it’s existence will take longer experienced. A clock in a plane goes slower in its direction of motion.

How about length contraction? This is because of motion effects. Inside inertial systems you can have time dilations but sizes like a meter stick are the same. Perpendicular on the motion direction of the systems, there is no length contraction, only time dilation. Two different times in one direction gives a shorter image = normal image * time dilation for observers (humans/devices).

What about symmetry? In both directions motions are slow downed because of the Higgs fields relativity seen (the Higgs fields have no features of a waterfall). There is symmetry in the Lorentz formula only, but the path of motions is different. When you go from inertial system A to B, time goes slower, but after from B to A, time goes even more slower. When B has originated from A, people living in B will live longer (everything go slower in their bodies, determination go slower).

The postulate of Einstein which says the speed of light is always constant (principle for Lorentz) would be changed already. I think the speed of light have to be replaced by the encapsulated ration max. distance / time c in the Higgs fields (and principle for Lorentz). Because of this ration the speed of light is c in space but not everywhere on Earth or through some materials. See 3.0 for a more detailed explanation.

It’s all relative. But if an absolute world would exist, most likely we could never detect it. It’s impossible to prove an absolute world does not exist, you can only say, we can’t detect it for now. No idea anymore in 2019 what I meant in 2014, in an absolute world must also exist motion!

There are places in the universe with lesser concentrations of the Higgs fields (called curved space time, around our Earth, around stars, black holes etc.). C will still be C (but in curved space other routes can be taken), but greater distances can be travelled for materials when time goes faster (not healthy for people, faster going clock). Humans can manipulate nature when the knowledge is there, maybe we could eliminate (partly) the Higgs parts in the far future so materials could travel fast in some way ..

Summarised and most logical I find: Generally: the “local time” for an inertial system is determined through the path of all motions and the resistance (stored as kinetic energy) which has led to this motion for the inertial system from the beginning point (time 0) our universe has originated. So you can have e.g. 2 inertial systems with a speed to each other with the same “local time”, but the resistance (time dilations) for motions (in 2 directions) originated in that inertial systems are only valid seen from that “local times” (starting points). In practice must be specified very precise how the calculation of the time dilations will be per situation by determining the path of all motions because of “local times” (this can be the previous motion).
In the average case an inertial system S2 in motion has originated from an inertial system S1 in motion with its “local time”. In S2 the time will be going really slower and to express in time from S1. Motions originated in S2 direction S1, will be going more slower. If you use clocks in a wrong way, results are false.
Relativity is correct I think but only seen from the beginning point our universe has originated, so the total energy (included the kinetic energy) of objects, local time, path of motions etc. But observers see through different speeds in respect to each other’s things different, but things which are really existing seen from the beginning point of our universe .. probably sees one the increase in slowness or kinetic energy from 1 of both ..