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**Author:**

Kassir, Radwan M.

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Relativity Theory

**Language:**

English

**Date Published:**

June 7, 2017

**Downloads:**

93

**Keywords:**

Special Relativity, Relativistic Doppler shift, Time Dilation

**Abstract:**

The period of a light wave emitted by an oscillating electron in a “stationary” reference frame was determined in a relatively moving frame using the Lorentz transformation applied on different event intervals; one being between two events on the wave propagation path, and the other between two co-local events on the oscillating source path. A critical inconsistency in the Special Relativity was revealed.

The point I stumbled over is on page 2:

"Consider two consecutive events E1 and E2 occurring at two consecutive wave peaks. These two events are separated by the spatial interval dx = λ = cT and the temporal interval dt = T."

Actually the two events, as described, belong to the very same wave peak (e.g. x=ct, at different times) and have nothing to do with wavelength or period. The calculation that follows is thus rather the time relationship that results for a single wave crest x=ct: t' = gamma(1-v/c)t.

The subsequent wave crest is described by x=c(t-T). In this case we get the time relationship t' = gamma(1-v/c)t + gamma(v/c)T. The fact that we get different time relationships for the wave peaks of a single light beam reveals the nonsense of special relativity.

"Consider two consecutive events E1 and E2 occurring at two consecutive wave peaks. These two events are separated by the spatial interval dx = λ = cT and the temporal interval dt = T."

Actually the two events, as described, belong to the very same wave peak (e.g. x=ct, at different times) and have nothing to do with wavelength or period. The calculation that follows is thus rather the time relationship that results for a single wave crest x=ct: t' = gamma(1-v/c)t.

The subsequent wave crest is described by x=c(t-T). In this case we get the time relationship t' = gamma(1-v/c)t + gamma(v/c)T. The fact that we get different time relationships for the wave peaks of a single light beam reveals the nonsense of special relativity.

I suggest you examine these papers to see that the entire basis of SR is false and why the Galilean transform correctly predicts Doppler frequencies with light and sound in water and air. The Lorenz transform does not describe relativistic conditions and outcomes correctly leading to all the paradox conditions which are commonly ignored or assumed to be true.

http://vixra.org/author/stephen_j_crothers

http://vixra.org/author/stephen_j_crothers

Using Galilean transformation, we have

Lambda=(c-v)T';

cT=(c-v)T';

T=T'(1-v/c);

and

f'=f(1-v/c),

which is the classical Doppler formula

Lambda=(c-v)T';

cT=(c-v)T';

T=T'(1-v/c);

and

f'=f(1-v/c),

which is the classical Doppler formula

Gerd

Are you trying to say that time dilation and length contraction are not real, and only observational artifacts? Einstein was very sure that they were real from his thought experiments, and many physicists use both to justify many other things which they claim are real. The coordinates are the scale by which we make measurements, (maybe 4d ones to include time) and therefore must apply universally.

Are you trying to say that time dilation and length contraction are not real, and only observational artifacts? Einstein was very sure that they were real from his thought experiments, and many physicists use both to justify many other things which they claim are real. The coordinates are the scale by which we make measurements, (maybe 4d ones to include time) and therefore must apply universally.

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