Light - Independent of Motion of the ...

Light - Independent of Motion of the Source ?

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nakayama

Sagamihara, Japan

#1 Apr 29, 2013
* Within earth - moon scale, it will be dependent (because light follows the emission theory).
* Over planet - planet scale, it will be independent (because light follows aether frame).
* In air, it's independent unquestionably (because light follows the air's frame).

http://www.geocities.co.jp/Technopolis/2561/e...
In the above web-site, please see the first "PROOF". And then see "extinction","m edium and light".

nakayama

Yokohama, Japan

#2 May 8, 2013
-chain of error-
Common view says that wavelength of light varies with observer's motion. Can you imagine this varying ? i can't. If there are two observers, two different wavelength ? If there is no observer ?

The above common view will be linked up with error of the theory of constancy of lightspeed (to observer).
nakayama

Yokohama, Japan

#3 May 17, 2013
Allow me to show a simple thought experiment (supposed in vacuum).

A car is moving toward a radar trap (uses laser beam). Imagine only emitted beam (disregard reflected beam). Number of waves that exist between the two is decreasing. And wave number namely wavelength will not vary. Then light speed (relative to the car) will be over c.
nakayama

Yokohama, Japan

#4 May 18, 2013
If constancy of light speed is true, radar trap will be the most suitable example. So, believers feign ignorance about it.
nakayama

Yokohama, Japan

#5 May 22, 2013
Allow me to post once more. Is wavelength of coming light changeable (with observer's motion)? It can be judged only by our mental picture. Basically, any data obteined from measurement are worthless.

And i judge that light speed (ralative to moving objects) is changeable unquestionably. In short, common view is wrong.
nakayama

Yokohama, Japan

#6 May 23, 2013
Imagine circular waves of light that are emitted from a point source. These circular waves (and these wavelength) will not be disturbed with observer's motion.

Then, light speed is variable (to observers).

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