Relativity and Cosmology


On the Measurement of Absolute Velocities

Authors: Alex Ceapa

Inertial observers can not only measure their absolute velocities but that of light as well, thereby being able to shed insight into the principle of the constancy of light velocity. The light speeds c±v, though considered to conflict with this principle, are shown herein to not be true physical entities.

Comments: 4 pages, Published:Journal of Theoretics Oct/Nov 2002 Vol.4, No.5

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