[PS: Not a science student beyond high school]
Hi, I was reading a book on the debates surrounding interpretations of quantum mechanics (link) and it discussed how the solution to Einstein's Light-box experiment was solved by Bohr by relying on the uncertainty of measuring time in a gravitational field.
- What if the light-box is put in a rocketship? That way it's only an accelerated frame of reference, that way the gravitational time dilation wouldn't take place
- Doesn't this solution to the thought experiment indirectly assume a unified field theory?
The book says that upon Bohr's death the last thing on his blackboard was him trying to work out another solution to the light-box, which makes me wonder if he also wasn't satisfied with his solution.
EDIT: I wrote this question under the assumption that the time dilation is uniform across the length of a rocketship.