CATHY FREEMAN’S TIME DILATES
Cathy Freeman, runner, may have dilated time in extreme-flow at the Y2000 Olympics in Sydney. See new ABC News documentary 7.40pm Sunday September 13th. My novel Time is Gold to be published in 2020 will explain the theory of extreme-flow.
I have posted details of my theory of time dilation and how it can be achieved by athletes, performers, artists and anyone who trains their brain to achieve optimally by extreme-flow using faster physical skills.
The theory is evidenced as follows.
1. Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity was published in 1905, explains physical observations, has never been refuted and is applied in technology such as Global Positioning Systems (GPS).
2. Personal time dilation is predicted as an analogy of Einstein’s theory, with electromagnetic impulses travelling relatively much faster in a neural medium.
3. Because time dilation would be in the brain, the hypothesis cannot be tested directly that activities would be completed in fewer longer time units.
4. The theory explains earlier completion of various types of performance.
5. The theory can explain delay in aging and longevity of performers and certain others.
6. The amount an individual can stay younger would depend on their mental endurance training and their exertion.
I plan to publish my novel Time is Gold in 2020. For more information, see my blog.
Do we need to recalibrate clocks with the latest scientific timepiece? It seems tyrannical to have to hitch our wagon train to such an exclusive and inaccessible instrument. In any case, Einstein’s a priori assumption that the speed of light is constant prevents that being verified by measurement because no independent clock is available. The notion of universal time seems practically useful but epistemologically unsound. Updating it obfuscates the main issue which is that humans have become obsessed with regulating their narrow affairs by timepieces instead of tuning into each other’s broader personal experiences. I have written a fiction novel Time is Gold which explores time in athletic endurance to be published soon.
Time dilates when you try to measure the speed of a train from another going at a different speed, or when you compare cognitive response times with reflex times.
My fiction novel Time is Gold will be published soon. It tells how a marathon runner wins by mental training for time dilation by relativity.