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Posted by Bruce on May 13, 2001 03:52:49 UTC

Many times. You begin with the wrong premise. You think the Galillean transformations hold up experimentally and you are wrong.
This has been shown to be invalid
x'=x-vt
y'=y
z'=z
t'=t

This has been proven correct in every experiment
x'=[x-vt]/[1-(v/t)2]1/2
y'=y
z'=z
t'=[t-vx/c2][1-(v/t)2]1/2

You've been shown many times but you refuse to accept the fact that your beginning premise is wrong. Instead you claim scientists are disengenious because they know the right answer.

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