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- - Time Waves in Summary

**Why does length contraction take place?**

As an observer watches a spaceship that is parked, he sees the ship at its length of 100 feet. The time waves flowing from the ship match the speed of the observers time waves. The time waves from both the parked ship and the observer collide uniformly. They both agree on the length of the ship.

The ship launches into the sky and them flies by the observer very fast. The observer notices the length of the ship shrinks. This is called Lorentz contraction.

Lorentz contraction: The physical decrease in length detected by an observer in objects traveling at any velocity relative to that observer.

This contraction takes place from the observer’s reference. The ship does not notice its contraction. The ships time waves move from (and back to) it consistent with the speed of light (time). For the observer on earth, he receives the time waves irregularly because the ship is flying by at a faster speed. This uneven flow from the perspective of the observer creates a Doppler effect from this point of view. This makes the observer experience the Lorentz contraction for the ship.

Doppler effect: The change in a wave or frequency for an observer to a moving object. It is commonly noticed as a fast moving car passes by an observer. The sound waves compressing in front of the car vs. the waves stretched behind the car. This shift in waves can be heard as the car goes by the observer.

Another example is when light waves from a moving object compress toward an observer. The compression of the light waves creates a blue color to the observer. When an object moves away form the observer the stretching of the light waves creates a red color for the observer.

The Doppler effect to the observer on earth is not the exact same as the red (away) and blue (toward) light shift. This is because the ships time waves are not actually contracting as in a true Doppler effect. The time waves only appear to compact to the observer as the ship goes by because time waves receive the data in their sphere shape. So the data is received to the observer irregularly. The result for the observer is a reality that the ship has shrunk in length. Both realities are very true even though now both disagree on the length of the ship.

Also note:

Because both time waves from the ship and the observer are sphere shaped, they will collide irregularly because of the ships high speed. The data received to the observer also causes the Penrose – Terrell Rotation. If you can imagine one sphere colliding with another while one sphere is going much faster (the ship). Not only would the observer notice the contraction, but also a slightly twisted around ship allowing bits of the ship not normally in view to become visible.

Penrose – Terrell Rotation: The geometry of a passing object to an observer appears skewed and rotated as the observer notices a change in the viewing angle. These effects are not noticed unless the object is moving a good fraction of the speed of light.