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John Byl
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John Byl (Abstracts)
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  • Deriving Special Relativity Theory from Electromagnetic Clocks (2003) [Updated 3 years ago]

    Using only classical physics, the basic special relativistic effects are derived by examining the effect of motion on a number of simple electromagnetic clocks. This paper improves upon an earlier derivation by proving, rather than assuming, that clock periods are independent of orientation.


  • Special Relativity via Electromagnetic Clocks (1999) [Updated 3 years ago]

    The basic special relativistic effects of length contraction, time dilation, and mass increase are all simply derived by examining the effect of motion on a number of electromagnetic clocks. The derivations are based on classical mechanics and electromagnetism plus the assumptions that there exists an ether and that any time dilation due to motion is the same for all electromagnetic clocks.