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Topic: Einstein relativity theory disproven by Electrical Engineer.
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Re: Einstein relativity theory disproven by Electrical Engineer.
Posted: Nov 1, 2011 10:10 AM
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"Rock Brentwood" <> wrote in message
> On Oct 30, 9:31 pm, "admformeto" <> wrote:
>> "Koobee Wublee" <> wrote in message
>> > This is not true. Maxwell?s equations predict a medium for light to
>> > propagate through at a constant speed relative to the stationary
>> > background of this medium. In doing so, what is observed as empty
>> > vacuum exists this illusive and still undetected medium that gives the
>> > properties of the permeability and the permittivity in free space.
>> > <shrug>

>> In geometry if you claim precise dimension you must have precise
>> reference
>> points.
>> And just how does Maxwell manages to find the reference points of such
>> medium?

> Not reference points, but reference velocity.

Reference velocity still needs reference points and how do you establish
reference points in vacuum?

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