On 18 Juli, 23:31, Michael Gordge <mikegor...@xtra.co.nz> wrote: > On Jul 18, 9:50 pm, Huang <huangxienc...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > > On Jul 18, 5:54 am, Sam Wormley <sworml...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > On 7/18/10 5:22 AM, JT wrote: > > > > > No Samtimeis the ***universal rate*** that a pulsar flickers with > > > > using a ***nonevariant unit***. Units are nonevariant according to > > > > your Dear SR theory clocks around the equatorial band would be slower > > > > then clocks at the fixed poles and it simply do not happen. > > > > Not true with satellite clocks such as those used in GPS. > > > Timeand length are the same thing. > > One second, one hour, one day, one inch, ten feet and twelve miles are > all the same things? you really do need to check your premises. > > Time and length are totally different and both are totally seperate > concepts which man uses to help solve the problems of his survival, > they (time and length) each have their very own unique and seperate > identities, they are NOT the same thing, where on earth are you > getting this garbage from? > > MG > > MG
No a nonevariant unit means it is possible to quantify the unit just like ****MASS****. There is no observers the mass is what it is.