Can One-Way Light Speed be Measured Comment on E. D. Greaves et al., Am. J. Phys. 7710, 894-896 2009 - Physics > General PhysicsReport as inadecuate




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Abstract: The convention dependence of one-way light speed is explained in a manneraccessible to those unaccustomed to the concept. That logic is used tochallenge the claim by Greaves et al that their experiment detected one-waylight speed. The reason for the result obtained is then presented and followedby an explanation of why the Romer experiment did not measure a conventionindependent one-way light speed.



Author: Robert D. Klauber

Source: https://arxiv.org/







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