RELATIVE VELOCITY OF LIGHT and THE FINAL PROOF OF ALICE LAW
Han Erim
First release March 2005 (From Alice Law Version 5 Physics program) Reprinted for the web. 23 August 2011 Copyright 2005 © Han Erim All Rights Reserved
In the previous part, we have seen that the light emitted from the source did not travel to the vehicles with the velocity "c". 

Animated Figure 1 Since we obtain the result that the light (photons) travels to the observers in the vehicles with different velocities,
I think that a question such as if there is a mistake in the physics postulates of Albert Einstein comes to your
mind. I immediately remind you that the proof in the 1st part was based on his postulates. It is impossible to do the proof in the 1st part without his postulates. Thus, if we suggest that his postulates are wrong, we make the basis of the proof invalid and the proof becomes eliminated. In this level we have to think different and look for the existence of a mathematical solution that holds true his postulates for every reference frame. If there is such a solution, this should be the one that leads us to the true path and to the real solution.


Animated Figure 2  Since we have to measure the velocity of light in vacuum, according to the postulate we can assume that the events in the figures take place in vacuum. The background has no importance. The vehicle in the figure travels with a constant velocity. Let the observer in the vehicle determine that both of the lights enter into the vehicle simultaneously from the front and the back sides at time t1 and reach him at time t2 simultaneously. According to the postulate if the observer measures the velocity of light he will use his own timer and his own ruler and will make the calculations according to the equation above. (Velocity of light = the distance light has traveled / time of travel) Since it has certain experimental accuracy, let's assume the result of the measurement above as a reference point. Thus necessarily we accept that the velocity of light should be measured as "c". 

Animated Figure 3  Let's combine the situation of the observer in the vehicle with the proof of the 1st part of the Alice Law. The observer is measuring the velocity of light that travels towards him as "c", but on the other hand if we think with respect to our reference system we find out that the velocity of the light (photons) that travels to the vehicle is not "c". Then we can have the following suggestion: 

Animated Figure 4  We show the timedistance graph of a vehicle that travels with a constant velocity as above. I ask you to watch the animation by dragging the button below up and down with the help of computer's mouse. 

Animated Figure 5 We can show the same graph upside down, too. I will use the graph in this fashion in the proof. The graph here also shows the timedistance graph of the photons that emitted from the source on the left side. (The red line)
Thus, we can see the position of both of the vehicles and the light with respect to time in the same graph. 

THE PROOF OF RELATIVITY OF VELOCITY OF LIGTH Animated Figure 6  Explanation of the Graph I ask you to study each position of the vehicles and the light by dragging the vehicle you see up and down. If the time for turning on the lights is set such that the center of both of the vehicles are at the axis of symmetry as shown here...
The black lines that pass through the centre of the vehicles show the timedistance graph of the vehicles. We already know that the photons emitted from the sources travel to the observer on the ground with the velocity "c", namely constant. The red lines show the timedistance graph of these photons, which travel with the velocity "c".
During the time in the graph the vehicles have moved 3 squares. According to this, from the end of the red line up to 3 squares forward represents the timedistance graph of the photons that has travelled with the velocity (c+v) and from the end of the red line up to 3 squares backward represents the timedistance graph of the photons that has travelled with the velocity (cv).
The representation of the timedistance graphs that belongs to the photons and the vehicles with the straight lines shows that all the movements in the figure are uniform. In a situation where the vehicles were accelerating these lines would be curved).
You can move the vehicles to any position you like with the help of the mouse and by dragging the button located on the right up and down. You can use the view button to display the top or side view. Other buttons are helpful to analyze the graph.
Proof
While you read the Alice Law and start to think with the fields on your mind, you will not find these two proofs that might have surprised you at the moment surprising anymore. Now I want to show you how (c+v) (cv) takes place briefly.


Animated Figure 7  Let the Black King and Alice be two reference systems. Every object has its own FIELD and fields are real physical objects just like mass. Actually this is a known fact however adequate importance has not been given to their existence. Mass and the field form an inseparable whole. If the object moves, the field of the object moves with it. 

Animated Figure 8  In our regular life we do not see the fields. There are fields in the places where we call as space and physics phenomenon take place in these fields. Since both of the reference systems are stationary with respect to each other, the velocity of the photon is "c" with respect to both of the reference systems. 

Animated Figure 9  If the Black King moves, the velocity of the photon that travels towards the Black King is (c+v) with respect to Alice's reference system and c with respect to the Black King's reference system. Because here the photon travels in the field of Black King and the velocity of the photon with respect to Black King's field is "c". The movement of the field which belongs to the King with a velocity v is the reason for (c+v).

From Alice Law Version 5 Physics Program. Release March 2005 Part: Relative Velocity Of Light

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