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Topic: CLEVER EINSTEINIANS AND SPECIAL RELATIVITY
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Pentcho Valev

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CLEVER EINSTEINIANS AND SPECIAL RELATIVITY
Posted: Jan 14, 2013 10:24 AM
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The observer is at rest and the chairs of a chairlift pass him with speed c and frequency f=c/L, where L is the distance between the chairs. Then the observer starts moving against the chairs with speed v; now the chairs pass him with speed c'=c+v and frequency f'=(c+v)/L.

The observer is at rest and water waves pass him with speed c and frequency f=c/L, where L is the distance between the wavecrests. Then the observer starts moving against the waves with speed v; now the water waves pass him with speed c'=c+v and frequency f'=(c+v)/L.

The observer is at rest and sound waves pass him with speed c and frequency f=c/L, where L is the distance between the wavecrests. Then the observer starts moving against the waves with speed v; now the sound waves pass him with speed c'=c+v and frequency f'=(c+v)/L.

The observer is at rest and light waves pass him with speed c and frequency f=c/L, where L is the distance between the wavecrests. Then the observer starts moving against the waves with speed v; now the light waves pass him with speed c'=c+v and frequency f'=(c+v)/L.

Einsteinians accept and even teach the above analogy except for the fatal (for special relativity) phrase:

...now the light waves pass him with speed c'=c+v...

Unintelligent Einsteinians explicitly reject the fatal phrase: they just declare that the light waves pass the moving observer with speed c'=c and frequency f'=(c+v)/L, Divine Einstein, yes we all believe in relativity, relativity, relativity.

Clever Einsteinians know that, for any waves, the frequency shift from f=c/L to f'=(c+v)/L can only be caused by a shift, from c to c'=c+v, in the speed of the waves relative to the observer. Special relativity is doomed and clever Einsteinians don't waste time:

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Pentcho Valev




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