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Topic: Relativity in terms of False Premises
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: Relativity in terms of False Premises
Posted: Mar 18, 2013 9:18 PM
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shrug per self-promotion;
good workout!

> The only transform left is the Galilean transform interpreting light
> as classical particles with non-zero rest mass.  This means the
> ballistic theory of light which actually explains quite well on the
> null results of the MMX.  However, the hypothesis completely rejects
> all the works put together so far in electromagnetism, and this is a
> more serious flaw.  <shrug>




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