Relativity and Cosmology

   

Reexamination of the Theory of Relativity on the Premise of the Presence of Aether (In Japanese)

Authors: Yukihiko Hoshino

In the presence of aether as a medium of light, the speed of light in vacuum can be considered constant with aether. Then, the principle of constancy of light velocity does not hold, and the theory of relativity guided by this as one of the starting points also does not hold. However, delay of time and bending of light due to gravity derived from the theory of relativity are verified by various experiments and observations. Therefore, we reexamined the properties of light, time and space on the premise of the presence of aether as light medium. As a result, without using the principle of constancy of light velocity, we could explain many events that have been thought to be the result of the theory of relativity, such as delay of clock, bending and redshift of light due to gravity.

Comments: 13 Pages. Paper on Neoaether theory (New Aether theory) No.2. Original Japanese paper.

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