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Alice has eyes that have cells that respond to some of the photons that reach them. Alice's brain interprets the signals from those cells.
 

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Alice has eyes that have cells that respond to some of the photons that reach them. Alice's brain interprets the signals from those cells.

So are you saying that any observation of any beam angled or other , the photons travel a linearity to your eyes?
 

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Angled beams , quite hilarious , who makes this rubbish up?  All the light travels in straight lines to Alice via the Photon.





 

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Imagine a ''tube'' (this tube is a linearity of light between two points, but because the light is invisible between them points with no spectral content, we will use a ''tube'') ok?
 
 
Now a train travels up this tube to point B from point A, the clock ticks 'slower''
 
 
Now how does the clock ticking ''slower'' affect the tube?

it doesn,t and observer c can confirm this
 

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