von Robert D. Tieman
The plain truth about relativity:
excerpts from “Einstein’s solution: 99 years and change”
Robert D. Tieman
In: The general science journal – 2005 – 11 S.
“This analysis pertains to the verification of the Fitzgerald-Lorentz Transformations as accepted by the modern day physics community as pertaining to Albert Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity (STR). I have broken this treatment down to as simple an explanation as I could possibly give to the layman.
The same principles that allowed STR to flourish are hereby analyzed for completeness/accuracy as pertains to what is actually observed/measured in the physical world. I invite anyone to find fault in the proceeding (good luck, you’ll need it!). Anyone who rejects the Michelson-Morley experiment as a valid experiment need not read further. The end result lies in an interferometer experiment (modified Michelson-Morley type) devised to indirectly measure the one-way speed of light by means of the time required by light to complete the experimental paths. I will begin by covering all arguable parameters of the experiment in order to verify that its outcome is truly as I predict. No matter what the interpretation of the arguable aspects, this experiment can only have 2 outcomes; neither of which conforms to the currently accepted temporal equation/s of STR. The experiment guarantees disproof of the temporal equation/ s of STR. The analysis of the arguable parameters merely allows derivation of what the fundamental properties of length and time become in an inertial frame. We will progress by analyzing the properties of physics prior to STR followed by those observations/measurements which led up to the Michelson-Morley experiment.”
Schluß: “This shows that the assumption (for the lengths parallel and opposite the velocity vector) made by Fitzgerald, Lorentz, and Einstein is invalid in this new light. These are the results of this 3-stage experiment which is fully explained in my book. This experiment could have been performed in 1887 just as easily as the Michelson-Morley experiment. The two experiments are basically identical, differing only in geometry. The only problem lies in getting the experiment performed today! The only 2 possible outcomes are as follows;
1) Interference is measured. We now have an absolute motion detector which demands a re-evaluation of STR.
2) Interference is not measured. Time is isotropic which demands a re-evaluation STR.”
- 8. Januar 2014