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The Relative Speed Of Light By Patrick Naughton
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Analysis of the motion of the planets and their orbits around the sun raises an interesting possibility for the theory of General Relativity. A simple spreadsheet model is presented which examines... More > various factors that could influence the orbits of the planets. It appears that variations in the speed of light could play an important role in determining the time taken for the planets to orbit the sun.< Less
Einstein, Relativity and Light for Kids By William Wu
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Einstein, Relativity and Light for Kids A book about Einstein, Relativity, and Light for Children. Includes an award-winning 2000 word Essay on "What happens if Light slows down". Written... More > when the author was 17 years old.< Less
Einstein, Relativity and Light for Kids By William Wu
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Einstein, Relativity and Light for Kids Einstein, Relativity and Light for Kids A book about Einstein, Relativity, and Light for Children. Includes an award-winning 2000 word Essay on "What... More > happens if Light slows down". Written when the author was 17 years old.< Less
Relativity of light transmission in moving liquid By Geoff Robinson
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FULL COLOR. 16 pages. 1st Edition. The velocity of light, passing through liquid moving through a tube, was determined experimentally by Fizeau. Albert Einstein referred to the Fizeau (and also... More > Zeeman) results as supporting the validity of the Lorentz Transformation. This was of importance in relation to the Special Theory of Relativity. It is shown that there is an alternative approach employing a relationship developed from first principles, within and between stipulated frames of reference. The approach is logical, uses basic laws of physics and is at least equal to that determined by, or inferred from, Fizeau's experiment. The limitation of Fizeau's relationship to that of an approximation valid only for low liquid velocities, relative to the speed of light, is avoided by the proposed new approach.< Less
Relativity of light transmission in moving liquid By Geoff Robinson
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FULL COLOR. 16 pages. 1st Edition. The velocity of light, passing through liquid moving through a tube, was determined experimentally by Fizeau. Albert Einstein referred to the Fizeau (and also... More > Zeeman) results as supporting the validity of the Lorentz Transformation. This was of importance in relation to the Special Theory of Relativity. It is shown that there is an alternative approach employing a relationship developed from first principles, within and between stipulated frames of reference. The approach is logical, uses basic laws of physics and is at least equal to that determined by, or inferred from, Fizeau's experiment. The limitation of Fizeau's relationship to that of an approximation valid only for low liquid velocities, relative to the speed of light, is avoided by the proposed new approach.< Less
Faster than Light and the Relativity of Matter By Fahad Shihab
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This Book describes about How sound behaves relative to velocity. This book changes the entire perspective of Physics and can even explain the origin of Time! It is a type of research paper which... More > can explain the most fundamental physics in the Universe!< Less
Relativity - Relatively Simple By Geoff Robinson
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FULL COLOR. 28 pages. An extension of the conclusions presented in Chapter 22 - The bottom line - of the author's book Relatively Simple. Reviews the principles employed in that book and those of... More > Special Relativity. A comparison is made with the principles stipulated for Special Relativity (SR), that is, the velocity of light remains constant with respect to source and observer irrespective of their movement and velocity separation of source and observer. It can be seen that SR and the principle of velocity separation are not mutually exclusive - they are, in fact, complementary. Extracts from the main text of the book are included to provide background and a feel for the scope of the book Relatively Simple. Information on book Relatively Simple, downloads, and other works can be found by search for author Geoff Robinson on www.Lulu.com or direct via tinyurl.com/relativelysimple or bit.ly/relativelysimple< Less
Relativity - Relatively Simple By Geoff Robinson
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FULL COLOR. 28 pages. An extension of the conclusions presented in Chapter 22 - The bottom line - of the author's book Relatively Simple. Reviews the principles employed in that book and those of... More > Special Relativity. A comparison is made with the principles stipulated for Special Relativity (SR), that is, the velocity of light remains constant with respect to source and observer irrespective of their movement and velocity separation of source and observer. It can be seen that SR and the principle of velocity separation are not mutually exclusive - they are, in fact, complementary. Extracts from the main text of the book are included to provide background and a feel for the scope of the book Relatively Simple. Information on book Relatively Simple, downloads, and other works can be found by search for author Geoff Robinson on www.Lulu.com or direct via tinyurl.com/relativelysimple or bit.ly/relativelysimple< Less
Relative Luminary By J.E. Ola
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"Let there be light."
The Nature of Light; The Truth Behind Special Relativity By Richard Sauerheber, Ph.D.
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This text describes detailed intrinsic properties of light with an emphasis on use of the Calculus and experiments conducted with laser light. EM fields in light oscillate at speeds in excess of... More > propagation speed. The special theory of relativity is clarified. A missing element in the original 1905 description is completed, and the Michelson-Morley experiment is described in 3 dimensions for the orbiting, tilted earth. The difference between intrinsic light speed (and component velocities) verses relative speed are explained. Why relativity for light is special, and the true meaning of time dilation, are clarified. Light travels at a pre-determined Maxwell speed, whether generated on earth or from stars. Corrections are also applied to general relativity by describing why light has no mass. Copyright, Library of Congress, 2009< Less