McMahon, Casey Ray
October 08, 2015
relativity, einstein, light, light speed, faster than light, coil, coiling, length contraction, time dilation
The Original McMahon field theory was developed and written over a period of almost 14 years, between the 31st of December 1996 and the 20th February, 2010. As time goes on, I am constantly coming up with more data to add to it- data that explains observations made in the real world. Here, I use the McMahon field theory to explain why we don’t observe particles travelling faster than light- because velocities greater than light are dilated back down to light speed by special relativity. This happens via coiling. Einstein, in his genius, has given us an equation to demonstrate that coiling occurs at speeds close to light and above which are dilated back down to light via coiling, without even realizing it. It is an honour to be the first person to demonstrate it in this paper.