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Topic: Speed of light
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Re: Speed of light
Posted: Jul 17, 2012 12:38 AM
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On Jul 16, 11:24 am, Koobee Wublee <koobee.wub...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jul 16, 10:46 am, Tom Roberts wrote:

> > This is just plain wrong. Outrageously so. You will never be able to contribute
> > to physics until you STUDY THE LITERATURE. Blathering on and on in your own
> > little world is not physics. What's the point of just making things like this
> > up, and then posting them as if they were true?

> > There are almost a dozen papers on this listed here:
> >http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/physics/Relativity/SR/experiments.html

> Tom is not peddling the truth.  These experiments also indicate that
> THE AETHER MUST EXIST.  See the following links.
> http://groups.google.com/group/sci.physics.relativity/msg/6e6f9bf6fff...
> http://groups.google.com/group/sci.physics.relativity/msg/ce124977a68...

> > Unlike you, Einstein was aware that "absolutely synchronous
> > clocks" cannot happen in the world we inhabit. So such a
> > statement as you attribute to him would be nonsensical.

> Einstein was a nitwit, a plagiarist, and a liar.  So, why listen to
> such a nitwit, a plagiarist, and a liar unless that same nitwit, that
> same plagiarist, and that same liar is your personal God.  That is
> indeed very dumb to worship a nitwit, a plagiarist, and a liar as a
> God in which the works of the self-styled physicists reflect so.
> <shrug>
> Synchronization is not an issue here.  In fact, if the absolute frame
> of reference (the Aether) does exist, synchronization can always be
> done.  The issue is if the Aether exists or elusive where any of these
> experimentations cannot distinguish.  In doing so, claiming one
> hypothesis as valid and rejecting the others is OUTRAGEOUSLY
> Tom needs to study and understand how communication satellites work.
> Tom needs to study and understand how interferometers work.  Without
> time being absolute, there would be no coherence in data communication
> through satellites.  Without time being absolute, there would be no
> coherent interference patterns.  With no coherent interference
> patterns, the MMX cannot register null results.  The invariant speed
> of light is actually a property of the absolute frame of reference.
> <shrug>
> Or else, the laws of physics would be what have been observed.
> <shrug>

Dark matter that creates a cosmic IGM lens that's warped or morphed by
gravity, is very real.

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