Han Erim
October 15, 2009

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Alice Law disproves the thesis which claims that light spreads in space at c speed and states that light travels at c speed according to the object at its destination. As I have already explained how this happens in detail in the previous versions of Alice Law, I will not repeat it here and will only provide the proof and the animations which are necessary for the book Alice Law Version 6.


Animation 1 This is the animation of the proof given in the book Alice Law Version 6. The lights are on and the beams reach the walls of both pieces. The speed of the light beams travelling towards the walls of the pieces is compulsorily (c+v) (c-v) according to ground reference system.  The case I present here is the simplest form of the proof for Alice Law.

Animation 2 There was only one source of light in the previous animation and the source of light was in the reference systems (in box pieces). When we place the sources of light outside, the situation does not change and light behaves in accordance with (c+v) (c-v) mathematics. In other words, light (namely photons, electromagnetic waves) travels at c speed according to the object which is at its destination. According to an observer watching the event in ground reference system, the speed of the light beams travelling towards the vehicles will be (c+v) (c-v).


If the lights are turned on at the moment when the midpoints of the vehicles are on the symmetry axis as shown in the animation, the observers on the midpoints of the vehicles will see that both lights are turned on at the same moment.

Below is more detailed proof which explains that light behaves in this way. This proof also surprisingly exhibits that “the theorem of addition of velocities” is still valid for electromagnetic waves, too.


Animation 3 I have published this graph in First Paper for the first time. It is the Distance-Time-Speed graph of the event which we have observed in Animation 2. The graph starts at the moment when the lights are turned on. At that moment, the midpoints of both vehicles are on the symmetry axis.

The event for which we seek solution is: There are two vehicles travelling at same speed in opposite directions. The question is “When we must turn on the lights at A and B points so that the observers will see the lights coming towards them are turned on simultaneously?”. We use symmetry principle for the situation of the vehicles and the lights. According to ground reference system, the events occurring in both vehicles are equal and simultaneous. 






Three conditions must be achieved in order to solve the problem. These are:
1) The light beams must reach the front and the rear part of both vehicles simultaneously.
2) The light beams must reach both observers in the vehicles simultaneously.
3) The light beams must leave the vehicles simultaneously.

The conditions below must be achieved for the proof:
1) The proof must be independent of the speed of the vehicles.
2) The proof must be independent of the length of the vehicles.
3) The observers in the vehicles must measure the speed of light coming towards them as c, namely constant.


These sub conditions  achieves spontaneously in the proof. This is because, when the lamp turns on the distances between lamps and observers are equal. (See Follow The Rabbit).


When we consider the behaviour of light with (c+v) (c-v) mathematics, all of the conditions above are achieved. If you move the scroll bar downwards, you can see at which position (X axis) the light beams and the vehicles are according to time (Y axis).


What converts this graph into the proof of existence of (c+v) (c-v) mathematics is that it shows exactly at which moment the lights must be turned on. If we want the observers on the midpoints of the vehicles see that both lights are turned on at the very same moment, the lights must be turned on when the midpoints of the vehicles reach the symmetry axis, just like here. There is only one option for the turning on moment of the lights. This situation easily proves the existence of (c+v) (c-v) mathematics.


Special Relativity theory, which is currently being used by physicists and is represented by Albert Einstein’s mathematics, is helpless against the proof achieved here. A solution to disprove the proof given here cannot be achieved by using Albert Einstein’s mathematics, as there is only one position for turning on the lights and this compulsory position terminates the mathematics which Albert Einstein offered for Special Relativity theory right in the beginning. There is nothing else to do other than to submission. 


This proof has been investigated and explained in detail in the chapters of Alice Law Version 5 named “Relativity of Simultaneously” and “Relative Velocity of Light.” On this matter, you can read my study “Follow the Rabbit” which I have published afterwards. All of my studies can be checked online on my website.

Special Relativity theory has been completely rewritten in Alice Law. To tell the truth, I am not willing to call it a “theory” anymore, since it is not attributed with a theory, but with physics proof. 

You will find the results of (c+v) (c-v) mathematics, which shapes Special Relativity. Everything I have explained you in Alice Law is brand new and has never been published anywhere else before. For this reason, I have no doubt that you will follow my essays with great interest.

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Han Erim

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