Absolute Speed of light Versus the Relative One

Letter to Dr. Jack Cohen dated Feb. 5th, 1999

Frank P. Russo


P.O. Box 90, Campbelltown 5074 South Australia

To:
Dr. Jack Cohen
Editor in Chief
Speculations in Science & Technology

Dear Jack,

I've actually only really got one speed of light and that is the hypotenusal speed (from Michelson-Morley Experiment).

ie.:

NB - Actual or "Absolute" speed goes from "before" to "after". However, "relative" speed goes from "after" to "after"... it is not a speed at all... it is only an apparent speed... light does not travel that path.
ie shorter path it only appears to do so to us "subjective" observers.

Regards & give a big cheerio to Mandie

Frank P. Russo

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