Hi, I plan to discuss here at DPC (Discourse Peaceful Science). I found experimental evidence in the literature AND I now realizing I’m not alone.
Some historical facts:
Larmor and Lorentz published on time dilation BEFORE Einstein. This is evidenced by the fact the key transformations in Einstein’s Special Relativity are called LORENTZ transformations, not Einstein transformations, or at best Lorentz-Einstein transformations.
Larmor argued that despite time dilation, there had to be an absolute clock. The experimental evidence accords with the existence of an absolute zero velocity.
I’m presently having to clear my schedule to do a write-up of some of my ideas along a derivation of the Lorentz transformation from classical electromagnetic theory on the assumption of the constancy of the speed of light in all reference frames – that would be the classical Lorentz relativity.
The neo-Lorenztian relativity apparently allows a little flexibility, BUT if the speed of light is tied to the properties of space, and the properties of space can vary, particularly the zeropoint energy, the the speed of light can be variable. That is to say, the zeropoint energy is not necessarily isotropically the same for all time and all locations.
The absolute zero velocity also accords with the idea of the speed of light being constrained by zero point energy and the clock rates affected by the velocity of objects travelling through the zero point energy. Also, there is a maximum clock rate beyond which the clocks can’t tick faster!
There are also contradictions that appear in timing of Supernova light curves supposedly due to Lorentz time dilations which I’ll cover also.