Relativity and Cosmology


Pulsars and Special Relativity

Authors: Edward G. Lake

The mistaken belief held by countless mathematicians that light always arrives at c for all observers can be easily demonstrated to be totally false by observing pulsars at different times of the year. Where v is the speed of an observer on earth, light from pulsars will arrive at c+v when the earth is moving toward the pulsar and at c-v when the earth is moving away from the pulsar.

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