Abdullahi, Musa Daji
May 9, 2013
Aberration, Light, scalar, speed, vector, velocity.
The velocity of light c, relative to the source, is a vector of constant magnitude. The velocity relative to an observer moving with velocity v, is c – v. The magnitude of the relative velocity depends on the magnitude and direction of motion of observer. It is shown that the fringe shifts produced by the MM and Sagnac experiments, and that the frequency shift by the Doppler Effect, are contrary to the principle of constancy of speed of light.