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Roald C. Maximo
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  • Somme Remarks About Starlight Aberration (2010) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Roald C. Maximo   read the paper:

    Many physicists still do not accept the obvious conclusion that (c + v) and (c - v) are valid solutions when applied to moving observers. There are
    actually well known experimental proofs to validate those expressions. Besides the Sagnac effect, one experiment that has been hidden and given
    no publicity was a measurement of the orbital periods of the Jovian satellite (Io) performed by Ole C. R?mer that shows just such a velocity
    composition as the Earth approaches the planet or recedes in its orbit. [1]
    But, perhaps due to the pervading lato sensu interpretation of the second postulate of the Special Theory of Relativity in connection with the
    currently generalized opinion that any physical theory, to be valid, must conform to the TR, many physicists are reluctant to accept it. Whenever
    such a situation arises, they are eager to draw the Lorentz transformation from their pockets and apply it in some way to alleviate the discomfort.