Nedvěd Sr., Rudolf
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
© Toth-Maatian Review — Dr. T. E. Phipps, Jr. gift
aberration, MMX, interference
The author derives the classical aberration transformation (AT) completing Galileo’s transformation (GT) by motion of a third system, that motion having been not defined in GT. That was the missing point, the absence of which led to the paradoxes of LT and ETR. The notion of the registered track simultaneously in two systems excludes then the different time flux, at which the velocities would not be definable and comparable at all, as well as the postulate that c is isotropic. The new AT leads then to a simple and logical explanation of the Michelson 1881 experiment and other experiments without any paradoxes.