I'm studying GR right now.
I read 'a bit' of your book to see what your main objection to Einstein's model would be and if you offered a description which conflicts with Einstein's model with respect to results of experiment and observation. It interesting to note that every person I've come across who feels Einstein did us wrong is based on their perception of what time is. Your no different.
"It is interesting to note that clocks, even in Einstein's picture, do not measure time, they measure , Einstein's proper time: or our
t/c as our has units of distance ( is a coordinate of our geometry). Time is not a directly measurable variable in our mental model."
Worn out objection based on what YOU think time is. Waste of energy to worry about something which isn't 'a directly measurable variable'. Especially when your doing physics.
"We have, at this point, shown that my model, although it is vastly different in it's interpretation of the standard relativistic
transformations, is entirely consistent with all physical consequences predicted by special relativity. All that is required is to
prove that the solutions to the fundamental equation do indeed provide the proper microscopic structure for our objects to
require the Lorentz distortion for objects in motion with respect the center of mass of the universe!"
I might read chapter 3 to find out how you THINK you achieve this goal.
