1. The physical time is the displayed time of a physical clock.

2. The displayed time of a physical clock is an invariant of inertial reference frames.

3. If all clocks are set to have the same displayed time and same frequency in one inertial reference frame no matter whether the clocks are stationary or not, their displayed times will be always the same observed on all inertial reference frames.

4. Therefore, the physical time is absolute, universal and independent from any inertial reference frame.

5. The time of Special Relativity is not absolute, universal but depends on the inertial reference frame.

6. Therefore, the time of Special Relativity is not the physical time.

7. Therefore, Special Relativity is wrong.

Clocks on GPS Satellites:

Let's have a look at the clock of a GPS satellite. Many people believe that the clock on the satellite is identical to the clock on the earth before a correction and the correction is to correct the effect of time dilation. But I think it's just the opposite.

After the correction, the clock on the earth and the clock on the satellite have the same displayed time observed on an inertial reference frame at the observing moment attached to the earth. These two clocks will also show exactly the same displayed time observed on an inertial reference frame attached to the satellite at the observing moment, because of the invariance of the displayed time of a clock on all inertial reference frames. That is, the two clocks are strictly in symmetric positions after correction. Therefore, they become identical after the correction. Therefore, there is no time dilation between the two clocks.

Thus, the correction is not to correct time dilation but to correct the errors caused by other factors.