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mardi 1 octobre 2013

Here is the response with equations for the Neo-newtonist experimental protocol proposed by Martijn Courteaux : It is necessary to have two experimental data!

Translation from French


Voici la réponse en équations au protocole expérimental néonewtoniste proposé par Martijn Courteaux: Il est nécessaire d'avoir 2 données expérimentales !

1 signal light from the lighthouse D.
It goes backwards.
It has a speed C.
Meanwhile, Sam (absolute speed = S) from the point A.
He will travel for a duration equal to a
Malthus the distance K All which is equal to
S*a + C*a = K
The value of a is
a= K/(C+S)

2 Meanwhile, the signal in the management of Walter (absolute velocity W) party SAME TIME.
Purpose he Will Have to make a bigger way since Walter LEAKING signal.
The duration of the journey is equal b
(Malthus, Martijn is NOT equal to a sentence .... Unlike your ... Influenced by the relativistic impostors)

Where C*b = K + W*b
and therefore
b = K/(C-W)

3 It remains to study the 3 signal. One That leaves Sam to join Walter.
This signal will travel for a duration q
Will it therefore cover a length C * q
HOWEVER, this length is
Length C * HAS Traveled by the signal 1
The length K All which separated the flagship Walter
the path Traveled by Walter all the time
What is the duration?
The sum of the duration of the signal 1 and signal 3
And therefore q
We therefore
C*q = C*a + K + W * (a+q)
It is therefore
q= (K+a*(C+W) ) / (C-W)

The value That seeks to know is Martijn
q - b

It is therefore
q- b = K * (C+W) /(C+S) /(C-W)

We see Abebooks web Have the absolute speeds TWO ....
Knowledge of the extent of the duration betweens Receiving the signal 2 and 3 by Walter Does not give him the knowledge of the ABSOLUTE RATE OF TWO.

If we think in terms of SPEED RADIAL (l and m), there is Reviews another equation

q-b = K * (C*(l+m) - l*m) /(2 * (C-m )(C-l) *l)

For the two absolute velocities, so You have TWO INFORMATION
2 radial velocity or time Martijn AND one of two radial velocities!

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