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Relativistic effects on phaseshift in frequencies invalidate time dilation II
  • Soumendra Nath Thakur ,
  • Priyanka Samal ,
  • Deep Bhattacharjee
Soumendra Nath Thakur
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Priyanka Samal
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Deep Bhattacharjee
Electro Gravitational Space Propulsion Laboratory, Electro Gravitational Space Propulsion Laboratory

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Relative time emerges from relative frequencies. It is the phase shift in relative frequencies due to infinitesimal loss in wave energy and corresponding enlargement in the wavelengths of oscillations; which occur in any clock between relative locations due to the relativistic effects or difference in gravitational potential; result error in the reading of clock time; which is wrongly presented as time dilation.