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Measuring Superluminal Velocity

Hal Fox
Year: 1999
Keywords: Superluminal Velocity
Although 66 extragalactic sources are listed where superluminal velocities appear to range from greater than c to 26 times c. such distant observations lack laboratory experimental evidence. A possible low cost experiment is proposed to measure superluminaJ velocities resulting from explosions. It is hypothesized that explosions can produce torsion field changes that can be detected with the Hodowanek-Ramsay gravity fluctuation instrument. The measurement would be the time interval between the measure of the torsion field pulse and a high frequency radio pulse. The paper cites Russian papers on superluminal velocities of torsion field fluctuations and discusses the possible impact on Einstein's second postulate.