Re: Speed of Light?

Jerry W. Decker ( (no email) )
Wed, 11 Aug 1999 18:52:27 -0500

Hi Russell!

That's just it, the speed of light ISN'T CONSTANT. The variations were
as much as +/- 12mps so they averaged it. It is relative to the medium
it propagates through and the density of aether/zpe...

....the Theory of Relativity tells us that light always travels at the
same speed relative to some observer, no matter what the relative motion
of the observer. Thus, light emitted from a moving airplane does not
travel with the speed of light plus the speed of the airplane, it
travels with the "speed of light", no matter what the speed of the
airplane! In a vacuum, light always travels at a speed of 299,792,458
meters per second, no matter how its speed is measured.

Although this seems strange, it has been confirmed in many experiments.
experiments show that it is our "common sense" that is wrong in this
check out the Spider papers at;
speed of light slowing down over time;
scientists slow down the speed of light;

If it can be slowed, it can be speeded up, therefore it is variable.

and if you can find it, the Silvertooth experiment...

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