I first read about it on A Brief History of Time(Stephen Hawking). In 1962, a relativity experiment was executed: identical (classical) watches put on a water tower, one is on very high, other one is at the bottom. And of course, after a certain time, the one which is closer to ground was slower than the other.
What I want to learn is what happens if I add this:
and re-do the experiment? The stick bounds the wheels of the identical watches externally. It has no mass, it is non-flexible, it has no friction, strong enough etc. So, think it as an ideal stick for phsic exam question.
What happens then? If without stick, lower clock is 30 minutes late than higher one, with stick, will it be 15 mins further from reference clocks? Or something entirely different will happen? Thanks.
P.S: All the mechanism that clocks use are fully Analog, not stepped!