Featured Article #2

Issue #2- Oct. 2015

Einstein Was Wrong

“Albert Einstein discovered that time is not immutable. Strong gravitational fields– for example,the strong gravitational field of a neutron star– slow down the pace of time. Clocks in the strong gravitational field near a neutron star’s surface tick much slowly than do clocks far away.” (pg. 58, The Future of Spacetime Ed. Cal Tech, Can We Change The Past by Igor Novikov)

These words are the focus of this article for it shows a grave error by Einstein. He is correct that a strong gravitational field will slow down any type of clock but that action does not affect time. Gravity can only influence material objects, such as the hands of a clock, but it cannot influence non-material essences like Time.
To understand Einstein’s mistake we need to understand Time and its nature. That aspect of life is a non-material concept. It is an absolute in that it is not mastered by anything but God. The above quote and the one below:

“Time is not absolute, for example. A moving clock ticks more slowly than a stationary one. Travel at the speed of light and, theoretically, the clock would stop altogether.” (http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/jan/12/einstein-theory-of-relativity-speed-of-light)

Are erroneous because they do not focus on time but on the mechanism that marks it. Time is not generated by clocks thus while traveling at the speed of light, the clocks may slow down but Time remains the same and passes normally. In other words, if two men travel for an hour, at the same time, one at 40 MPH and another at the speed of light, then the amount of Time they used is the same, one hour. The only difference in their travels would be their speed and distance covered. Both men will have aged only one hour.

It has been said that a person who flies at the speed of light for 40 years would look much younger than a person who lived those 40 years on earth at normal speeds when the two get back together again but I disagree.

The former may look younger than the latter but that is due to lack of wear and tear on the former not because time has stood still for him. He still aged 40 years but that aging process was just not as harsh as the other person’s aging process. We see this difference all the time in just normal life, the person living on the street ages far faster than those who have a comfortable and easy life.

Speed and distance do not govern time. If we look at scripture we see the reason for this:

3 Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. 4 God saw that the light was good; and God separated the light from the darkness. 5 God called the light day, and the darkness He called night. And there was evening and there was morning, one day. (Gen. 1 NASB)

God made human time when he created light and separated it from the darkness. You should take note of the final few words to verse 5. Those words do not appear until God created light and made that separation. Time, like light, is beyond earthly mechanisms designed to mark its passing. It is not controlled by any earthly object thus when scientists says that time was slowed in their various experiments they make the same mistake as Einstein and point to a material object that is ruled by gravity and not to Time itself which is not governed by any created object.

Light and Gravity are similar to Time in that they are immaterial entities not governed by any other created object. Their work, like Time’s, is vastly different than the mechanism’s created to house them.

Now you may think I am criticizing Einstein’s work in physics, but I am not. His math equations are probably correct for his theory but they are not correct for the reality of Time and this universe. They only work if Time was manufactured and governed by clocks.

If a clock moves slowly that movement does not indicate a slowing of Time but that there is something wrong with the mechanism measuring Time.