According to you much of physics can be misinterpreted even by physicists themselves. What you are left with if not speculation?<quoted text>
Sorry, but this was clearly written by someone who knows nothing of either relativity or quantum mechanics. In particular, quantum field theories, such as Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) are fully relativistic theories. There is no 'rigidity' of time in these theories than there is in spacial relativity. Furthermore, the idea of time being 'flexible and relative to the observer' is a phrase that is subject to misinterpretation, especially by those that know nothing of the subject.
Give me your hypothesis and explain how your assertions are based on observation or testable evidence that consciousness has nothing to do with it.<quoted text>Clearly flat out wrong. Consciousness has nothing to say about anything happening faster than about 1 millisecond (and usually much slower--think the illusion of motion in cinemas). In particular, the time of the decay of a muon is something that will never be experienced by consciousness directly, but is still very relevant to modern physics.
Don't give me opinions. Give me your hypothesis and explain how your assertion is based on observation or testable evidence that it is pure fantasy.<quoted text>Pure fantasy. Nothing testable here.