Light Speed in Vacuum Is not a Constant and Time Doesn’t Change with Velocity – Discrepancies Between Relativities and Yangton & Yington Theory
American Journal of Modern Physics
Volume 4, Issue 6, November 2015, Pages: 267-273
Received: Oct. 3, 2015;
Accepted: Oct. 15, 2015;
Published: Dec. 10, 2015
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Edward T. H. Wu, Solar Buster Corporation, Los Angeles, USA
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Light Speed in vacuum, instead of being a constant, it changes with those observers moving at different speeds and directions with respect to light origins. Time, on the other hand, instead of moving slower with the traveler, it always keeps the same rate. These facts disagree with Einstein’s Special Relativity. Light speed in vacuum is a constant only if it is observed from light origins and those positions in stationary with light origins in Absolute Space System. This is because the emission of a Yangton and Yington circulation pair (Wu’s Particle or Still Photon) from the surface of a matter (String Structure or Higgs Boson) to form a free photon traveling in vacuum is a Non-Inertia Transformation and it only requires a small fixed amount of Force of Separation. Since light speed is not a constant to those observers moving at different speeds and directions with respect to light origins, Velocity Time Dilation derived from Einstein’s Special Relativity is not true and could never exist. Absolute Space System, Vision of Light and Non-Inertia Transformation are introduced to explain the relationships between Space, Time and Relativities. Doppler Effect, Blue Shift and Red shift are due to the Non-Inertia Transformation of light emission. Length contraction is caused by the difference of Visions of Light instead of Velocity Time Dilation. In an Inertia System, because of the same Visions of Light, the same light speeds in vacuum can be observed by all observers. Furthermore, Michelson - Morley Experiment proves that for two split light beams traveling in vacuum, the same light speeds can also be observed. Time is the measurement of the cycles of a fundamental process from start to end of an event. Both time and light speed at large gravitational field have relatively slower rates, which may be caused by the longer period and lower frequency of Yangton and Yington circulation due to the influence of large gravitational field. This agrees well with Gravitational Time Dilation in Einstein’s General Relativity.
Special Relativity, Light Speed, Vision of Light, Velocity Time Dilation, Gravitational Time Dilation, Length Contraction, Michelson-Morley, Yangton, Yington, Photon, Wu’s Particle
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Light Speed in Vacuum Is not a Constant and Time Doesn’t Change with Velocity – Discrepancies Between Relativities and Yangton & Yington Theory, American Journal of Modern Physics.
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2015, pp. 267-273.
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