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Breath of the Cosmos: The physics of material reality as never before - in beautiful pictures and flowing poetry.
Tapestry of Light:
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Dr Grahame Blackwell presents, in two quite different
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Einstein cited Fizeau's experiment as one of the two physical effects that "were enough" to convince him of the validity of his Theory of Special Relativity.
The following simple analysis makes it clear that Fizeau's results (and later more precise replications) do not depend at all on Special Relativity.
It follows that Einstein's Theory rests to a significant degree on misinterpretation of experimental results.
See a similar one-pager on Maxwell's equations
See a similar one-pager on Michelson & Morley's Experiment
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