Van Zanten, Leonard
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
August 4, 2019
Light, density, velocity
This essay provides an in depth review into the computations for radial velocities, furnishing us with new ways to find the real velocity of any way in space and in any media. Additionally it illustrates how and why the expansion and contraction of the waves of the spectrum are not always proportional to the change in velocity for all lengths. It varies from short to longer waves for obvious reasons. The index to retardation can therefore not be used for length nor for velocity, nor is it applicable to full lengths but only to half-lengths by which all waves refract as well as reflect.