Alice Law and The Relativity Theory
Principles of Vision and Perception in Electromagnetic Interaction
Ghost and Spring
April 29, 2011
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We can see what kind of effects will we observe in relativity by examining the outcomes of (c+v) (c-v) mathematics. However, before moving on with the outcomes, I would like to touch upon the issue of
“vision and perception in electromagnetic interaction". This subject is of utmost importance, as if it is attempted to investigate relativity by ignoring this subject, the knowledge to be acquired will be reduced by half. Despite having studied Alice Law for a long time, I was able to grasp the importance of the issue only after years. With the inclusion of this chapter, Alice Law has achieved a significant breakthrough and all the details once missing in the Theory of Relativity have become apparent.
Principles of Vision and Perception in Electromagnetic Interaction
In order to say that an incident has occurred, the information about that incident departing from the area must first reach us. The primary messenger informing us about the incidents around is light, that is, electromagnetic interaction. Every object in the nature continuously emits electromagnetic waves. In other words, all objects in the nature radiate constantly. Our eyes, which are sensitive to electromagnetic interaction, receive these electromagnetic waves and this is how we see what is happening around us.
The phenomenon of seeing is directly related with relativity. We have seen in the two previous chapters that the operational mechanism of electromagnetic interaction is dependent on the rules of (c+v) (c-v) mathematics. Therefore, the mechanism of seeing is also determined by the rules of this mathematics. However, there are some additional details which should not be neglected while approaching the issue of seeing. These details are about where and how the images belonging to objects will be seen. (c+v) (c-v) mathematics provides us with this information, but in an implicit way. For this reason, these details may go unnoticed unless adequate attention is paid to the issue.
What is meant with “moving object” above is an object in motion according to us; Here, I do not mean our movements.
The position of the image of a moving object and the actual position of that object are different: A signal emitted from a moving object and travelling towards our eyes has to cover the distance between the point from which it departed and our eyes. As the object from which the signal is emitted continues moving while the signal proceeds to its destination, the image of the object at the moment it is seen and the actual position of the object are always on different coordinates. You will find this topic thoroughly discussed under the title “Ghost and Spring” given below.
There is always deformation on the image of a moving object: In short, relativity is the deformation occurring on electromagnetic interaction. If the electromagnetic waves which bring images to us are deformed, the image they carry is also deformed and the object is perceived to be deformed at the moment of seeing. The electromagnetic waves emitted from moving objects are always deformed, and therefore, the images they carry are deformed, too. The simplest example to the deformation of electromagnetic waves would be the changes in wave length. The facts that the wave length of the light coming from the stars incline towards blue or red, and that the working speed of a clock on a satellite is different (!.. see the next time dilation chapter) than its speed on earth are two proper examples to be given within this context.
The phenomenon of seeing occurs through packages constituted by electromagnetic
waves: The action of seeing is also a type of synthesis. There are many objects around us. Some of these objects are near us, while others are afar. The signals coming from objects at different places and distances reach our eyes always in the form of a package. Both a signal having set off years ago and another one emitted only a couple of nanoseconds ago can be in the same package. For instance, when we look at the stars while standing under a tree, we see not only the stars but also the branches of that tree. In any temporal section of the action of seeing, there are signals coming both from the tree and from the stars. We will see in the forthcoming chapters that the reason behind the occurrence of space and length deformation is this package form of electromagnetic waves.
GHOST AND SPRING
In Alice Law, electromagnetic wave sources are named as SPRINGS, while the images of objects are named as GHOSTS. The apparent position of a moving object (GHOST) and the actual position of that object (SPRING) are always on different coordinates. “GHOST and SPRING” is an essential issue in relativity, as the visible impacts of relativity always occur on the images of objects, namely ghosts.
You should not overestimate ghosts in relativity. The only thing you need to do to see them is to look at the sky at night. None of the stars you see are where we see them. Moreover, some of them have vanished millions of years ago. However, we see them there, as if they still exist. There in the sky are actually the images of that stars, namely ghosts.
It is also necessary not to put images in a template in our mind. Measuring a signal coming from a satellite, following a signal on a radar, looking at the stars with a telescope, watching a football match, watching TV, talking on a transmitter or driving a car are all based on the same principle, which is the interpretation of arriving electromagnetic waves. No matter whether we see them or we measure them, all in all we can only interact with electromagnetic waves which have reached us. If we interact with electromagnetic waves which are already deformed, this deformation naturally results in a set of differences in our perception, interpretation and measuring.
GHOST AND SPRING
First of all, let’s see Ghost and Spring clearly. Let’s think of a ball in motion relative to an observer and let’s write the steps of the action of seeing, how it happens according to Alice Law.
(Animated Figure 1)
1) The ball is in motion. We are considering the moment when the ball radiates on (x1, y1, z1) point.
Speed of light constant (c)
Selecting the Reference System
In daily life, we watch the events around us from a reference system belonging to ourselves. We describe, explain and interpret these events from our own perspective. This is an
ego-centric reference system. We can include the example above in this category, as the reference system of the observer and our reference system were inert relative to each other. However, it is sometimes necessary in physics to understand in how an event appears from a different reference system. In this case, we need to relocate our reference system and think accordingly. Looking at events from a different reference system is something which we generally are not accustomed to, and therefore it is difficult. However, this is something essential and such examinations are very important especially for relativity.
Sample 2 for Ghost and Spring:
The distance covered by the observer= the speed of the ball according to the observer
Summary of the Chapter
Let’s think of two objects named as A and B, which are in motion relative to each other and assume that we are on one of those objects. Let that object be A. Can we state the speed of object A, on which we are? No, of course we cannot, as we cannot know whether we are in motion or not without applying to another reference system. As there is only B in the example given here, we can state our speed relative to B. On the other hand, we can also consider ourselves as inert and claim that object B is in motion. We can also construct the reasoning for object B, which we have constructed for object A. We can say that B is inert and A is in motion.
Two Important Physics Postulates on which Alice Law is Based
UNIVERSAL SPEED OF LIGHT
You can think that especially universal speed of light postulate contradicts with Alice Law. However, the case is not so. As is seen, Albert Einstein used the phrase “empty space” while defining the speed of light. Alice Law shows that each object has a private space which belonging to itself. These private spaces are FIELDS, as we have seen beforehand. The meaning of this postulate for Alice Law is: “The light is propagated in a field with a definite velocity c which is independent of the state of motion of the emitting body". Therefore, this postulate is not wrong or contradictory for Alice Law.
It may be possible to construct Alice Law without these two postulates mathematically, but it is not possible to construct its theory without them. Please note: The theoretical explanation of the REFERENCE FIGURE I have used in the first chapter of this series of articles is only possible with these two postulates, as it was in the past. The fact that these two postulates enable the construction of Alice Law makes it a theory on solid foundations right from the beginning. In my essay named The First Paper (Oct 23, 2000), which constitutes the beginning of Alice Law, and in all the software belonging to Alice Law, you can see how delicately these postulates are adopted.
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