Relativity and Cosmology

   

A Hypothesis on the Nature of Light

Authors: J. Arnold

It is proposed that light is at absolute rest, its apparent motion being the reflection of the motion of mass in time. The hypothesis resolves the paradox of the apparent wave/particle duality of light, accounts for its speed being invariant and a limit, explains numerous other peculiarities of its behavior, and identifies the motion of mass in time as the source of gravitational energy.

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