On Jul 11, 8:47 pm, kenseto <kens...@erinet.com> wrote:
> > So you are saying that the speed of light in the preferred frame is > isotropic and experiments show that the speed of light is isotropic > and this is evidence that the preferred frame does not exit?? You are > the stupidest physics professor on the earth. > > Ken Seto
No, Ken. What is true is that we've measured the isotropy of the speed of light in more than one reference frame. Since the preferred reference frame would be unique BY DEFINITION, then these frames cannot be the preferred reference frame. Since isotropy in a preferred frame would lead to anisotropy in other frames, the found isotropy in the other frames shows that there is no preferred frame with isotropy.
It's simple. I don't know why you can't get it. Oh, I know. It's because you're stupid, isn't it?