6 May 2010 nuncanada   » (Journeyer)

Actually in the model the observers will agree on velocity as percentage of light speed. The difference comes from acceleration. There is a prefered "absolute 0 velocity", and the observer that is closer to it will have its time going faster than the other.

From General Relativity these observers observations should be simmetric.

If we were to measure Gravity's contribution in towers in both poles they should not agree...

That pretty much rules out discrete time models?

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