# Time Dilation

But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.

(2 Peter 3:8) KJV

Albert Einstein predicted relativistic time dilation: the faster we go the slower time passes. At the speeds that humans travel it’s inconsequential. It’s a diversion away from the more significant gravitational time dilation.

Relativistic time dilation is a thought experiment which has given birth to voluminous amounts of SciFi books and movies. If you say time dilation then this is what people think you’re talking about.

Another prediction is that gravity affects time. This prediction was experimentally confirmed and it has practical significance in the operation of GPS satellites. Peer review promotes the idea that this means that the theory of relativity is true. However, gravitational time dilation is accounted for within Matty’s Paradigm which means that the theory of relativity is irrelevant.

#### Fact: Gravitational time dilation

• In mainstream science (SciPop) it’s overshadowed by relativistic time dilation,
• in Matty’s Paradigm it gives us the Donkey’s Jawbone.

The donkey’s jawbone (Judges 15:15) expresses the fact that it’s possible for the Earth to be about 6,000 years old while the remote regions of the cosmos may be 13.8 billion years old, or more, at the same time. This is due to a phenomenon known as gravitational time dilation. The connection between physics and the Bible is that, figuratively speaking, what Samson did to the Philistines in Lehi with a donkey’s jawbone is what’s going to happen in theoretical physics when the penny drops.

– Donkey’s Jawbone, definition

#### The Donkey’s Jawbone

Also know as gravitational time dilation (GTD)

• At the center of the Earth time isn’t passing.
• At a radial distance of 6,371 km (surface of Earth) a day is 24 hours.
• At the distance of the firmament (remote regions of the cosmos) 24 hours on Earth is 1,000 years.

#### October 9 – Axiom II

Gravity is a Field Emitted from the Center of the Earth