The Lorentz Gamma Factor is at the root of the Special Relativity fallacy.
The Lorentz gamma factor is expressed as:
The value v and the value c are both velocities where c is specifically the speed of photons.
The nature of velocity is often thought in terms of length per time, however, when working with photons and energy packets, it is better to understand velocity in terms of length times frequency.
In the case of photons, photons always move through space at the speed of c. There is no acceleration or deceleration, and when the photon ceases movement, it loses its velocity entirely. Such a condition can only occur if space, itself, is vibrating at a specific rate. Further, space would have to be structured in such a way as to accept a quantity of angular momentum, which it conveys at the speed of c across the space.
The frequency of space can be determined; we know the velocity of photons through space, and we know the Compton wavelength that applies to the photon based upon the mass of the electron. Since both the speed of photons and the Compton wavelength are constants, the frequency will also be constant, and we may call this the quantum frequency:
It is apparent from the constant speed of photons that the quantum frequency of space is a fundamental vibration. In order for the vibration of space to remain so perfect across the entire physical Universe, the source of the vibration would have to preexist the structure of space and matter. The Aether Physis Model describes the source of this fundamental vibration and names it Gforce. The Gforce preexists space, and therefore it preexists matter, and so subatomic particles and atoms cannot be the source of the Gforce.
The v velocity in the Lorentz gamma ray factor, however, is a frequency determined by the emission of photons in an atom. The frequency rate(s) of a specific atom are the result of the atom’s structure, which has no tie to the frequency of the Gforce; the frequency of the atom is of a completely different order of reality than is the frequency of the structure of space.
An individual photon produced by an atom when an electron jumps a shell level within the atom. The angular momentum of the electron is then transferred to the surrounding space, where the angular momentum is carried away at the speed of c.
\(phtn=h \cdot c\)
The action of electrons jumping between shell levels is not a one-off event. The electron jumps between shell levels repeatedly at exactly the same frequency when the atom is energized. Larger atoms may produced photons at multiple frequencies, but for the purpose of understanding, we discuss only one frequency.
Atoms produce photons at specific frequencies, and the result is light:
\(ligt=phtn \cdot freq\)
The constant action of atoms can flood the surround space with photons emitted at various frequencies and we call this phenomenon, “light.” The light phenomenon is not moving, but rather it is the condition of moving photons, and so the speed associated with the photons should be called the speed of photons, and not the speed of light.
When light shines on other atoms, which have empty valence positions, angular momentum moving at c fills those valence positions. Since the photons have spread out in their travel away from their emitting atom, the angular momentum of a single photon cannot reach a receiving atom’s valence position, and so the angular momentum from successive photons begin piling up, one after another, until the valence position is filled. The amount of angular momentum that fills the empty valence position is equal to angular momentum times frequency, and it is a unit of energy:
The energy is equal to the light shining on the atom, which is giving up its velocity of c.
In the Lorentz gamma factor and in Special Relativity theory, the photon is quantified as the energy packet that fills the empty valence position at the receiver atom. It is accurate to say that the energy at the receiving atom is equal to angular momentum times frequency:
However, it is inaccurate to assume that the energy packet at the receiving atom was emitted from the emitting atom in the same form it was received. The energy packet does not take form until angular momentum from light fills an empty valence position in an atom. On the emitting end, photons are produced one at a time, and the frequency is determined by the structure of the atom, and not by the structure of space.
In Special Relativity theory, a straw man argument is setup where it is assumed that photons are emitted as energy packets, which travel at velocity c to distant atoms. The frequency of the atom is then assumed to be related to the frequency of the space that carries the assumed energy packet; an energy packet that does not yet exist.
Although the concept of frequency is universal, the relationship of one frequency to another frequency is not universal. For example, the frequency of cars passing an intersection has no relationship to the quantum frequency associated with the speed of photons in space. The frequency at which photons are emitted from an atom depends upon the structure of the atom, and the atomic frequency does not depend upon the frequency of the vibration of space that carries the photon. Further, the frequency of angular momentum filling an empty valence position at a receiving atom has no dependency on the speed at which photons are carried through space. There is no causal factor that ties the frequency of the energy packet to the speed of photons.
So not only is there no causal relationship between the vibration rate of space, but the received energy packet also does not originate from the emitting atoms.
One has to question what the purpose of Special Relativity theory is to begin with. Supposedly, the Special Relativity theory explains how space and time are linked for objects that are moving at a consistent speed and in a straight line. Time is not a dynamic conveyor belt that conveys static matter from one time frame to another; rather matter is dynamic and time is a static temporal coordinate that coincides with duration.
Is Special Relativity really about physics, or is it just a fantastical muse? According to Special Relativity, an object approaching the speed of photons has its mass increase toward infinity. Where are the real world physics in these musings?
Not only is the logic of the Special Theory of Relativity based on a hodgepodge of unrelated frequencies, but the purpose of Special Relativity theory is so abstract as to be completely useless in real world physics. Even when the math is worked out for a “relativistic” correction in radio signals in GPS systems, the correction factor is so small that it is completely lost in the ionospheric noise correction that must be empirically measured for each location of the Earth.
So not only is the physical logic used in the Lorentz gamma factor equation wrong, but even the result of the calculation is superfluous. The Special Theory of Relativity certainly does not deserve the worship status that physicists shower upon it.