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Why do physicists not recognize law of speeds measurement?
« Reply #25 on: 17/12/2010 15:51:44 »
Don't know what you think there Sim?
That you disproved it?

What I meant was that you use the math shown to disprove the equations, using the postulations made by the that page, namely the length contraction as observed from the muons intrinsic frame. If you can show that they are wrong you will be on your way :)
Excuse me Yor_on. My law of   speeds measurement is wrong. However Einstein was wrong too.  Fast traveller does not see reduction of lengths, but has slow time and sees increase of lengths. Therefore  measured speeds are identical. It is very simple.
 

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