This Page focuses on gravitational time dilation. This is important, as the Global Positioning System (“GPS”) must adjust for the fact that clocks on earth run slower than on satellites due to the greater gravity on the surface of the planet.
I may at a later time discuss the other kind of time dilation that results from motion.
Gravitational Time Dilation
1. Please note the figure below. As discussed previously, the rock identified by the blue object (this time drawn vertically) experiences gravity, because the lines of force (t-waves) represented by Arrow B are slightly blocked by the earth, meaning the lines represented by Arrow A dominate.
2. These unbalanced waves affect all objects in the vicinity of the rock. Since all watches and other timekeepers are made of waves, they experience the same net force that produces gravity and therefore run more slowly. This is analogous to atmospheric density, which creates more resistance at sea level than at higher altitudes.
3. This effect diminishes at higher altitudes. Let point “X” represent a point one or two earth diameters above the surface of the earth. The vertical components of the forces represented by the diagonal long blue upward lines diminish the effects of gravity and its effects on reducing motion.
4. Thus, time does not slow down - motion slows. As a result, clocks run more slowly than they would in the void. Time is not what we measure with clocks, it is a basis of reality which is approximated by clocks. My assumption is that time is closely related to consciousness and is a product of consciousness. It is not a fourth dimension.