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Relativistic and Non-relativistic Explanations of the Results of Michelson-Morley, Rogers, Bertozzi, Sagnac and Michelson-Gale-Pearson Experiments


Abdullahi, Musa Daji


Research Papers


Relativity Theory



Date Published:

April 16, 2019




Keywords: Aberration, acceleration, circular motion, mass, rectilinear motion, radiation, special relativity, speed, velocity.


Results of Michelson-Morley Experiment with two rays of light, one moving along and the other perpendicular to the direction of motion, Rogers experiment with electrons revolving at defined speeds in circular orbits, Bertozzi experiment with electrons moving in a linear accelerator, Sagnac and Michelson-Gale-Pearson experiments with two rays moving round in opposite directions, can be explained by invoking aberration of light, which was a direct indication of relativity of speed of light. As an electrical force is transmitted with the speed of light c, a moving charged particle is subject to aberration of electric field, whereby it moves with constant mass and emission of radiation. Radiative electrodynamics is developed in which the speed of light or action of an electrical force, from a source moving with speed u, relative to an object moving with speed v, is c + (u – v), where c is a constant relative to the source. For a stationary source the relative speed of light/action becomes (c – v) in the direction of action, (c + v) in the opposite direction and c{sqrt(1 – v^2/c^2)} in the perpendicular direction, making c or -c the absolute limit for impact of an action. These speed formulas are used to explain the experimental results, contrary to relativity where they are ascribed to length contraction or mass expansion. While there were fringe shifts in the Sagnac experiment, results of the others, should be null.


This is wrong paper.


Posted: December 28, 2018 @ 3:57:23 am
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Musa D. Abdullahi(Abuja, Nigeria):
Sorry, the mistake is mine, I uploaded the wrong paper.

The situation has been corrected.


Posted: January 11, 2019 @ 7:21:29 pm

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