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The Theory of Relativity is an Error in Physics; the Speed of Light excludes the Laws of Optics
Physicists measured the propagation of light in vacuum and matter through experiments with light over the course of several centuries. The Laws of Optics were derived from these measured results. The Laws of Optics were verified repeatedly via real experiments with light and used in the calculations of optical instruments that work properly. The Laws of Optics accurately define the propagation of light in vacuum and matter. All the theories of the propagation of light that ignore the Laws of Optics can, therefore, be considered an error in physics.
The theories and laws of propagation of light in matter were written by famous physicists, such as Isaac Newton (1670), Christiaan Huygens (1650), Augustin-Jean Fresnel (1819), and Thomas Young (1800). The law of propagation of light in matter was described by Snell in 1620. Snell’s law is the law of the light refractive index in matter. Optical instruments are calculated according to the Laws of Optics, so by their correct operation they confirm the validity of the Laws of Optics.
Two hundred years ago, André-Marie Ampére expressed the basic approach in discovering the laws of physics: “First observe the facts, to vary their circumstances as much as possible, to accompany this first task with exact measurement so as to deduce from them the general laws based solely upon experience, and to deduce from these laws, independently of any hypothesis on the nature of the forces that produce the phenomena, the mathematical value of these forces”. This approach to the measurement of the light propagation is now used in all the laboratories around the world and, therefore, can be considered as objective and accurate.
Keywords: Speed of Light, Excludes the Laws of Optics
How to cite this article:
Jozef Babiak. The Theory of Relativity is an Error in Physics; the Speed of Light excludes the Laws of Optics. American Journal of Scientific Research and Essays, 2018:3:2. DOI:10.28933/ajsre-2018-04-0901
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