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Theory of Relativity!


Here it is said that if an object is accelerated to near the speed of light, it becomes heavier, shorter and time runs slower there.

So if I accelerate a car (assuming I can) so strongly that I get close to the speed of light, it becomes heavier (seen from the outside), shorter and for time passes much slower.

But stop, in order to accelerate, I have to admit energy. If I add energy, the energy increases and with it the mass of the object. Not the number of atoms or their components. The object is made up of atoms and these in turn are made up of smaller components such as electrons.

When the energy of an electron increases, its mass increases and with it its attraction.

If we compare it with an electromagnet, we see that when the energy increases, its attraction to iron increases. Iron can no longer be dissolved so easily. If there is a counter force, it pulls the iron closer.

In relation to the electron, that the energy of an electron increases when energy is added, so its attraction increases. The atom and the atomic bonds become smaller due to the increased attraction. The object becomes smaller. The increased force of attraction holds the components of the atoms together more strongly, so that radioactive materials do not decay as quickly or, in extreme cases, do not decay. It holds the atoms more tightly together, so that their mobility and willingness to change decreases. The time for the object runs apparently slower.

These are considerations, the results of which are in agreement with the previous scientific explanations.

It follows that not the speed is the cause of the results, but the amount of energy of the components of the atoms.

The higher the energy of the individual components of the atom, the more firmly the components and the atoms hold together. The objects become smaller and speed decreases as something changes, everything takes longer.


If energy is added to the energy of mass, the mass increases. It becomes bigger but not by more atoms or their components. The smallest components of the atoms absorb the energy and become heavier. They increase in energy and thereby, according to Einstein, in mass.

For further acceleration, more energy is needed, etc.

So: energy of mass plus energy for acceleration equals new mass, which again is accelerated.

At steady acceleration, a constant part of energy is used by the actual mass.

For this purpose, following formula can be used:

E0 = (1 + Es / Em) n.

E0 ↔ Final energy.

Es ↔ Start energy addition in %.

Em ↔ Energy of the mass.

n ↔ Number of acceleration processes.

It differs significantly from the previous formula.

M = m / √ 1 - (v² / c²).

Part of the energy is needed for the movement.

Here, similar values are obtained, in a curve, as they were calculated in the previous formula. The one difference is that no singularity is created here. There is no limit, since acceleration can be continued. So theoretically any speed can be reached.

Additional explanation:

However, since time, and therefore propulsion speed, is also slowed in a spaceship, there is a finite limit to speed. In a spaceship, which flies very fast, time passes slower, so the thrust of the drive is reduced. So in order to become faster, even more thrust than with acceleration from beyond must be added to maintain the increase in speed. The crew in the spaceship does not take this for granted, because they have a different time schedule. While the crew always perceives the increase in speed evenly, an outsider observes that the spaceship is constantly slowing down until the increase in speed seems to come to a standstill. It does not come to a standstill, the acceleration happens only so slowly, because everything in the spaceship runs slower.

Have courage, think about it and discuss, only in this way can we come to new insights.Other logical ideas are also welcome.Go to my contact page and write your opinion.

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George Rönnau

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