December 11, 2020
Doppler effect when the receiver is at rest relative to the source
In our paper , it is shown that the Doppler effect occurs when the receiver is at rest relative to the light source, but a re-emitter moves between the receiver and the source.
In the article proposed below, it is shown that the Doppler effect also occurs in the case when the relative velocity of the receiver and the source is equal to zero, but the medium in which the light propagates moves relative to the receiver and the source. This case, which also contradicts the special theory of relativity, can be easily verified in an orbital experiment.
Your assertion contradicts the continuity equation. It is not possible that the oscillations are lost on the way. Re-think.
Posted: December 12, 2020 @ 2:59:28 am