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Sagnac Experiment Analyzed with the "Emission & Regeneration" UFT

Authors: Osvaldo Domann

The results of the Sagnac experiment analyzed with the Standard Model (SM) are easily explained with non relativistic equations assuming that light moves with light speed independent of its source, but the results are not compatible with Special Relativity. The Sagnac results analyzed with the ``Emission \& Regeneration'' UFT present no incompatibilities within the theory which postulates that light is emitted with light speed relative to the emitting source. Electromagnetic waves that arrive with any speed to mirrors, optical lenses and electric antenas are absorbed by the level electrons and subsequently emitted with light speed "c" relative to their nuclei, explaining why light speed "c" is always measured in all inertial frames. Relativity derived in the frame of the ``E \& R'' UFT has absolute time and absolute space resulting in a theory without paradoxes..

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[v1] 2015-12-01 13:28:41
[v2] 2016-11-16 11:43:17
[v3] 2017-02-12 05:08:27

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