GOOD NEWS

 

Han Erim

September 15, 2014

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Good news!

I needed to at this chapter to the program as I have good news to inform you about. There have been very important developments since Alice Law Version 7 was first published. I can now say that there is only a short time before Alice Law declares its sovereignty in physics as the experiment prescribed by Alice Law is now performable. Moreover, there is strong evidence that this experiment will result in the favor of Alice Law.

Please allow me to show you the evidence first. Lets have a look at the Doppler Shift equation below.

 

 

 

 

The fact that the change in the Doppler shift is stated by equation is a well-known case. 

 

 

 

However, we also saw the equation  in the Alice Equation chapter of the program.

 

In other words, the Doppler Shift can also be stated by using the distances between frames,

 

which is  . In this equation:

 

d0: The distance between the frames at the moment when the signal was emitted
d1: The distance between the frames at the moment when the signal arrived (see Alice Equation)

Therefore, here is what Alice Equation means: If the distances are equal, that is, if d0=d1, Doppler Shift cannot occur. If a Doppler Shift is observed, then d0≠d1 has to be the case, which means that the two distances are absolutely not equal.

Now, lets have a look at the rotating disk in Alice Experiment.

We now certainly know that Doppler Shift is observed when a rotating disk is put under a source of light, as experimental data on the issue suggests so. Hence, there is no doubt that Doppler Shift will be observed in Alice Law Experiment as well. However, upon a little bit of mental effort, we can notice that Alice Equation provides us with a critical outcome and conclude that: Since Doppler Shift is observed on a rotating disk, then there is no doubt that d0≠d1 must have occurred, which is impossible without the deviation of the light moving towards the rotating disk. The light has to deviate so that d0≠d1 can occur and Doppler Shift can take place. BINGO! Im serious! BINGO! HOOOORAAAY!!!

 

 

 

 

Until quite recently, I honestly had no idea about stating the logic behind Alice Experiment in such a simple way. It was amazing for me to realize it. And upon realizing it, I just wanted to share it with you. I can now easily say that the experiment will result in favor of Alice Law. I used to think that the possibility of an outcome in favor of Alice Law was 60%. It is now 90% for me. The remaining 10% remains as the margin of error. Although it seems quite unlikely for the experiment to result in something that is against Alice Law, we should remember that physics is always liable to witness surprises.

The other half of the good news I would like to share with you is about the feasibility of the experiment and the relevant technological developments. Until a couple of years ago, I used to think that it would be too difficult to conduct Alice Experiment. It is now possible to conduct it. A disk that can rotate so fast was required in order to obtain a measurable value of deviation. There are electrical engines which can rotate up to 1 million RPM. The other piece of equipment to be used in the experiment was a source of laser that can focus the light on the rotating disk appropriately. Such devices have been available for a long time. The calculations I have made suggest that a laser device able to focus with a 20-micron diameter from a 4-meter distance will be sufficient. Moreover, better focusing from a further distance seems possible with the help of good engineering. Therefore, the two conditions required for the practice of Alice Law Experiment, namely maintaining a sufficient speed of rotation and the focusing precision of the light, are now technically possible, which have made Alice Law Experiment feasible under laboratory conditions.

 

God! Even writing about it thrills me


The next step is to conduct Alice Law Experiment and carefully examine the point where the light falls on the rotating disk. The outcome of this observation will place Alice Law at the heart of physics and will clench the sovereignty of (c+v)(c-v) mathematics in Electromagnetic Theory and in the Theory of Relativity.


Therefore, I encourage everyone to help this experiment be conducted as soon as possible.

 

IMPORTANT NOTES ON THE EXPERIMENT

 

Can the deviation of light be specified in Alice Law Experiment? The answer is YES. I will provide the necessary calculations here so that I can justify this answer.

 

Assume that the rotating disk has a radius of 50 mm and the light focuses on the disk from 4 meters away. As the disk rotates so fast, a huge axial moment of inertia will occur. This axial moment of inertia poses a force that withstands the acceleration of the rotation speed of the engine. Bearing this in mind, imagine that an engine able to reach 1 million RPM can only achieve 500.000 RPM in such a case.

 

Here is the calculation based on the assumptions above.

 

The rotation speed of the engine per minute: 500.000 RPM
The rotation speed of the engine per second: 500.000/60 = 8.33,33

 

The angle to be covered by the engine in a second (degrees): 8.33,33 x 360 = 3.000.000

 

As the light is emitted and sent to the disk from 4 meters away, here is the time in which the light covers the 4-meter distance:

 

The speed of light: 299.792.458 meters/second
The time in which the light covers the 4-meter distance (second):  4/299.792.458 = 1,33426E-08

 

How many times does the disk rotate in a 1,33426E-08-second period of time? Here it is:
The amount of rotation (degrees): 3.000.000 x 1,33426E-08 = 0,040027691

 

During the time that the light travels, how many millimeters a point on the edge of the disk will move? Here is the calculation:
The movement of the edge of the disk (millimeters): sin(0,040027691 x PI / 180) x 50 = 0,034930748  
This value that we have achieved equals to a distance of 34.93 microns.

 

We have already seen that the light emitted by the laser from a 4-meter distance can be focused with a 20-micron diameter. The relocation of the focal point by 34.93 microns means a change by 150%, which is something measurable and shows that the experiment is now possible to conduct. Consequently, Alice Law Experiment is an executable experiment. The success rate of the experiment is dependent on the rotation speed and the radial size of the disk as well as the distance from which the light is emitted.

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Here are the links to the websites of some of the manufacturers of engines that are able to rotate 1.000.000 RPM.

CELEROTON
http://www.celeroton.com/

ATE SYSTEM DE
http://www.ate-system.de/

 

 

Why does Alice Law Experiment confirm (c+v)(c-v) mathematics?

 

For a moment, assume that Alice Law Experiment has been conducted and that the light deviates as prescribed by Alice Law. How and why will it justify the existence of (c+v)(c-v) mathematics? Here is the answer:
To start with, there is one thing that needs further emphasis: The fact that the light travelling towards a rotating disk has to deviate is not defined in Electromagnetic Theory or the Theory of Relativity of today. These two theories do not have such conclusive information. This case is only defined in (c+v)(c-v) mathematics, which is explained by Alice Law.

 

(c+v)(c-v) Mathematics clearly and explicitly states how and why Doppler Shift occurs, along with all causes and outcomes. Such transparency gave birth to Alice Equation. Naturally, neither Electromagnetic Theory nor the Theory of Relativity has the information provided by this equation.

 

After specifying that the focal point deviates depending on the speed of rotation in the experiment, the next step is to directly measure the speed of light travelling towards the rotating disk. 

 

To this end, we will now add two photo-detectors to the mechanism we are using for the experiment. We will revise the mechanism in a way that the light passes through the first photo-detector, gets reflected from the disk and reaches the second photo-detector. We will then calculate the time that the light spends for covering this distance.

 

The measurement of time will be repeated when the disk is inactive, accelerating and rotating at full speed. The information provided by (c+v)(c-v) mathematics suggests that the amounts of time measured must not vary. If this occurs, then it will be proven that light can travel faster than c and (c+v)(c-v) mathematics really exists. This is because the distance covered by light changes while the time measured for each speed of rotation stays the same. The light travels a shorter distance when the disk rotates slowly, whereas it covers a longer distance when the disk is rotating faster.

 

 

The reason why the time interval does not change is easy to understand through the analysis of the figure below. Assume that a tiny red dot is placed on the disk, and imagine a signal emitted when the Red Dot is the target of the source of light (AB line). The signal acts in accordance with the coordinate system of the Red Dot, which is the destination, instead of the coordinate system of the source of light from which it is emitted. According to the coordinate system of the Red Dot, the signal moves on AB line. According to the Red Dot, the signal travels towards itself on a straight line and at c speed. Therefore, the signal covers the distance to the disk in t= AB/c time. As AB=AB in any case, the time that the light spends for reaching the disk is the same with the one when the disk is inactive, and no matter at which speed the disk rotates, this situation remains invariable. On the other hand, the reflection angle of the light reflecting from the disk does not change, either, as it travels in AB direction according to the coordinate system of the Red Dot, which is the actual target of the light. The angles that AB and AB lines each have with the disk are equal. For this reason, the reflection angle of the light remains the same when the disk rotates, and BC=BC in any case. Thus, the time that the light spends for reaching the detector after being reflected from the disk does not vary. Consequently, no matter how fast the disk rotates, the time interval that is measured remains the same. And when this case is established, (c+v)(c-v) mathematics gets empirically justified.

 

 

How does light know that the target object is moving?

 

How is it possible for an electromagnetic wave to take the coordinate system of its target destination as basis, to move within that reference system and to travel towards it at c speed in accordance with that reference system? This question of course deserves a decent answer.

 

It is evident that Alice Law Experiment is vital for physics. The results analyzed here will affect the general theory of physics and contribute to our knowledge of physics to a great extent. Therefore, scientists should adopt and more importantly focus on carrying out this experiment. This is what I sincerely expect from them.

 

The phenomenon that an electromagnetic wave takes its target destination as reference and travels towards it at c speed only in accordance with that target destination will undoubtedly keep the world of physics busy for a long time. I assume that it is an answer quite difficult to achieve. I have shared my views on the issue in Alice Law software and on my website aliceinphysics.com.

Kindest Regards.
Han Erim

 

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