Stationary Time: not local neither relative.
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Stationary Time: not local neither relative.
Principle of universality of time:

Ferman TOE 1992.
Principle of universality of time:
"Time is universal, constant and invariable.
Contrarily, the clocks are local, variable and influenced by the physical environmental circumstances".

Friends, as we are in times of criticism (by my part) towards some theories or models (in this case that of Relativity) I would like to contribute some contrary point of view to this Relativity, referring to the concept of Time, and its relativistic assessment, in such circumstances as the times local variables proposed by Einstein, and whose main error was to take certain clocks (atomic clock) as a constant and the time in each place as a local variable.

My model: (some physical explanation)
Time is created and born from the union (constant and definitive) of the two basic elements in the formation of the Cosmos, such as Space and Universal Movement.
From this union is born (for our observation and measurement) the parameter time (t), which we use to measure the movement of objects in one-dimensional form (length of travel) or in three-dimensional form (evolution and transformation of all cosmic elements).
Well, we will use time as a measure of the evolution of everything that surrounds us, for which we will build devices capable of making this measurement, that is, we will build clocks.
These clocks, as is logical, we will adjust them with some real physical evolution system that we will choose, as is our case, the rotation of the earth around the sun, and that we will call the year.
But that rotation or year will signify the pattern (or master clock) by which all other clocks will be built.
Therefore all the clocks of the earth must be adjusted and adapted from time to time in relation to this standard clock or earth year.
But, let us now think that we live on Mars.
There it would be necessary to build a clock relative to the rotation or Martian year, with which we will be discovering that despite the fact that time is universal, in each place there can be local relative clocks adjusted and that unit taken as a stable reference of measurement, it is this case and on Mars, the unit would be the Martian year.
Now, and to discuss Relativity a bit, we can ask ourselves if the measuring devices or clocks of the type that we build to measure time are totally reliable and accurate at all times.
Of course no, they are devices that can vary if we subject them to different phenomena and physical circumstances that affect their operating mechanisms.
But we don't care, because we have the standard unit to which we can retune them at any time.
Therefore, we see that the measurement devices that we have are imperfect and variable according to their circumstances, and that the fixed device on which we must adjust is the standard unit (pattern) that in our case is the rotation of the earth.
And we have also seen that all these clocks, in addition to being imperfect and variable, can also be local depending on the standard unit of average that we use, such as the Earth year, the Martian year.
And even different times in each part of the world, such as Spanish time, Mexican time, etc.
* And this was one of Einstein's mistakes, making variable, local and relativistic cosmic time, when proposing some ideal, imaginary and stationary clocks, for which time would become a variable, local and relative element.
This was an important error in my opinion, because from a logical point of view, a universe with a relativistic time and a relativistic space cannot have consistency or constructive reliability:
"A compact universe need of compact basic elements, noting relativists. "

Rotation of Earth, as second master clock.

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