 Absolute clock .
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 1. 1. Introduction. 2. How time slows down. 3. AN ERROR IN THE GENERAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY. 4. Mach Principle vs of The Strong Equivalence Principle. 5. The cause of the big Bang or how the universe came into being. 6. Planck's constant and wave impedance of vacuum. 7. An experiment to test the validity of the Mach principle 8. On the physical meaning of the Schwarzschild radius 9. General Relativity and the Law of Conservation of Energy. 10. An experiment to test the quantum theory of gravity in which everyone can participate. 11. How the rest mass changes in the gravitational field. 12. Why the universe expands where there is no gravity. 13. The fall of the apple and the LC oscillatory circuit in the reference frame of the remote observer. 14. There are no black holes, supplement. 15. Absolute clock.  15. Absolute clock What if you change reference frames in relative space to the capacitance of the capacitor does not change, the resistance of the resistor is changed inversely proportional to the change of scale of distance/time, and the inductance of the coil varies directly as the square zoom distance/time, makes it possible to measure time intervals in a manner not dependent on gravity. We measure the time interval we need at the same time using two different clocks, some of them have a clock frequency set by an RC multivibrator, the meander period is T=2 RC, for other clocks, the clock frequency is set by an RL multivibrator, the meander period is T=2R/L. The absolute value of the time interval is defined as the geometric mean of the readings of both clocks.