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Light Speed versus Special Relativity

Stan Byers
Year: 2009

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This paper reviews the available speed of light (c) measurements of 1994 AD that demonstrate speed variations of inter-planetary light as measured relative to the motion of:... planets, satellites, the solar system, and the Milky Way galaxy.
The idea that light from a remote source maintains a constant speed (c) relative to all observers regardless of their differing speeds and directions, as proposed by the theory of Special Relativity, is shown to be incompatible with the characteristics of light's speed demonstrated by the 1994 AD data, analysis and charts of Io's eclipse timing.
The one single fact that demonstrates that light speed is not constant to all observers is the "1003 second delay" in Io's eclipse timing,... as discovered by Roemer circa 1676 AD.