Authors: Subodh Vashist
Contradiction of `Principle of relativity' with the conclusions of Special Theory of Relativity(STR) that which represent the physical phenomenons like Time Dilation of Muons, is well known, and supposedly can be nullified by considering the `Time Dilation' due to General Relativity. Moreover, the nuclear decay rates from the family of Muons(involving weak nuclear force), are apparently found to depend on the Earth-Sun distance and Solar activities like Solar ares, undoubtedly questions the absoluteness of the Time Dilation of the Muons. Whereas, STR is based on the principle of constancy of speed of light for every inertial observer, present paper argues the possibility of constancy of speed of light as a consequence of absence of ether. Utilising the relativistic nature of light proves that, speed of light is not relatively invariant and vice-versa. While all the relativistic results are produced and explained, with `rate of time' constant, including the Time Dilation of Muons and the correlations with the Earth-Sun distance and Solar ares.
Comments: 6 Pages.
[v1] 3 Dec 2011
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