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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: simplified on 24/07/2012 11:20:59

A forward part of travelling object is reduced. A back part of travelling object is extended. Therefore we see light speed always the constant.
b=c/[(cv*cos a)*g)
b factor of length contraction
v speed of object
c light speed
a  angle between direction of motion and direction of measurement
g  gamma factor
This formula is made according to laws of measurement of speeds.

Contraction of an image in the horizontal direction only with image editing software produces a visualization of the result of length contraction in the direction of motion at a relativistic velocity exactly as hypothesized in the Theory of Special Relativity for any shape and any angle.
Image A: Diagonal light path judged from within the moving frame.
Image B: Diagonal light path judged from relative rest.
I copied image A, contracted the copy in the direction of motion to create image B.

Let's consider any speed v=c(g^21)^1/2 / g
For example g=3 than v=282647040 m/s
If a=0 than b=5.828427
The traveler overcomes 282647040m/s,his light 299792458m/s.We see their relative speed=17145418 m/s.The traveler sees 17145418 m as 99930819m per our second.He has a slowed time in 3 times, therefore sees light speed 299792458 m/s.

Use of the factor for definition of change of light frequency .
f_0=f_s*b