Han Erim

December 1th, 2009 

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In this essay, I will tell you my own thoughts on how to make the experimental verification of Alice Law.

Alice Law tells us the following in short: Light travels to its target object and the speed of light is always c (velocity of light) relative to the target object. Therefore, what needs to be done is to reveal this unique characteristic of light. 

I will also propose some exemplary experiments here.


Figure 1 -There is an object travelling from point A to point B in the animation. When the object arrives at point O, we trigger the laser device. The normal target of the light emitted from the laser is point O. However, when the laser is triggered, there is an object on the target of the light and instead of travelling in the direction of point O, for that reason the light will travel towards the target object. As the object is in motion, the travelling direction of the light will change. This is what Alice Law tells in short.



Figure 2 - Let’s apply the instance told above for a rotating object here. Let’s mark any random point on the rotating platform as “point O.” We trigger the laser while the platform is rotating and when point O is at the target of the laser. In this case, the target of the light becomes point O and the light towards point O. As the platform is rotating, point O is in motion and the travelling direction of the light changes. 

Theoretical Explanation: When the FIELD CONCEPT I have told in Alice Law is used, it is possible to explain what happens more clearly. 
Field Principle:
Each piece of an object is a separate object and each object has its own field.

The “O” point we have marked represents a piece of the rotating platform. Let’s name this piece which is represented as O object. When the laser source is triggered, the target of the light is not the rotating platform, but only O object. O object will have its own field as every object does and the light will travel on the field of O object while moving towards O object. As O object is in motion, it will carry its own field together with itself. While the field is being carried, the light moving on it will also be carried in the direction of the movement. As a result, the direction of the light deviates from what is normal.

If it is determined that the moving direction of the light has changed, (c+v) (c-v) mathematics in Alice Law becomes experimentally verified. Let’s push the radio button “Show the Field.” It is obvious that the speed of the light travelling towards O object is “c” (velocity of light) relative to O object (The speed of the light travelling on the field of O object becomes “c” relative to this field). However, the field of O object is carried by O object. For this reason, the light travelling on the field is carried with the field, too. In the example here, the light is carried by the field both downwards on Y axis and forward on X axis. If we define this situation mathematically: from a different reference system, the speed of the light travelling towards O object becomes (c+v). Considering the example here, v value and its direction can be calculated as below, depending on the speed values of point O on X and Y axis.






I published a new paper on this subject at October 3, 2010.



I suggest to read it with importance.



Figure 3 – If we direct the laser beam uninterruptedly to a rotating object, the light beam will behave as in the animation above, depending on the rotation speed and direction of the platform. The light will deviate in rotation direction and deviation amount will depend on rotation speed of the platform.

Theoretical Explanation: The light beam emitted from the laser source consists of photons (electromagnetic waves) setting off at different moments. As the platform is rotating, there will be a different “point O” at the destination for each photon that has set off. Therefore, when photons emitted one after another are considered, the course and the behavior of the light beam will be as above.

I should note that I didn’t have all the information I have written here at the time I was writing Alice Law Version 5. Hereby I have explained here what kind of a result we will obtain from Alice Law Version 5 experiment.

As we can see, the experiment to prove the existence of Alice Law is quite simple. However, this simplicity is the case only while explaining the theory of the experiment. In practice, it is really difficult to make an experiment which can ensure the deviation of light at a measurable rate, as even the rotation speed of the fastest engines is too slow when compared with the speed of light. The amount of deviation thus becomes very small. There may also be other technical difficulties during application.

I think the experiments I have shown below can be made with well-prepared equipment.


Figure 4 – The principle is basically the same. We reflect laser beam on a rotating mirror. We strengthen refracting angle with a lens and make the light fall on the measurement point by passing it through two mirrors. The arrival point of the light will lapse to left or to right, according to the rotation speed and direction of the rotating mirror. Even the refracting angle obtained on the rotating mirror is very small, it is possible to have a measurable magnitude on arrival point as the total difference gets bigger with each reflection while the light passes through parallel mirrors. 


Figure 5 – Similar experiments should be carried out by using very sensitive equipment and huge distances.


Figure 6 - Experiments with different designs can be composed by taking the principles of Alice Law as basis. Here, we change the movement direction of the light by using multiple rotating mirrors. 

I think, we can make this experiment more easy than the others. For that reason, this experiment has a private page. You can see that page by clicking the link below.



Figure 7 - In the example here, we are using two mirrors parallel to each other. On the figure above, both mirrors move together. For this reason, any change does not occur in the reflections of the light when the mirrors are in motion. The light adapts itself to the movements of both mirrors. 

On the figure below, one of the mirrors is inert, while the other is in motion (Please drag slowly but with a constant speed). If we move the mirror below, the number of reflections will increase or decrease, depending on the movement direction and speed of the moving mirror. The light will adapt itself to the movements of both mirrors here, too.

I wonder whether you realize the fact that the last example I have given here does not need any experimental verification.

Figure 8 - In my opinion, this experiment will be the most beautiful experiment of Alice Law. Perhaps a similar experiment can be realized on the earth.







Physicists, I recommend you make Alice Law experiments, which are of vital importance to you, as soon as possible.

Alice Law experiments are very precious trials which pave the way for physics. Hosting Alice Law experiments and participating in the team carrying out these experiments are great honors and privileges. 

I will announce the universities, the people and the institutions that start working for carrying out Alice Law experiments as long as I am aware of them and publish the experimental results here on my website I should also note that I will be very glad to offer them theoretical support whenever they need.


Han Erim





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