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It depends on what you believe to be a "new" tool. When we get faster switches, and can DSP light, we will realize that EM emission is intermittent. It doesn't "wave", it strobes. 50% duty cycle with no relative velocity. That will lead us to realize that emission is instant, it propagates a duration, but that emitted duration, happens in an instant. AND that the absorption/detection of that duration.......takes 2 times that duration.And this dynamic disproves local time. And shows the apparent constant "c", is not constant after all. But the greatest "NEW TOOL" will be the ability to measure the relative V of any emitter........and the relative V of any absorber. Astronomers and Combat Fire Control will love this.If we had an absorber/detector that did not react, bounce or reset from stimuli, we would have seen this long ago. Or an absorber/detector that would reset in an instant.Maybe with some luck, we might discover this with direct antenna modulation studies on the lower frequencies. DSPing light will probably take a while. Light is more than just high frequency, it's a flux of many emitters and intermittences, like current......flux is an average result measurement. But a single sequence of photons, have relative velocity/positional information on them.