June 23, 2021
Doppler-Ensemble, wavelength member, Herbert Dingle, Herbert Marcuse, Herbert Samuel, Heisenberg, John Maddox, Walter Ritz, gated-piston telescope, unsharp relation, mutually directed laser beams, quantum entanglement, arrow of time, thermodynamics, misma
The engendering of logical paradox – whenever special relativity is applied – actually indicates that that theory is obscuring a more complicated theory of light which does not produce logical paradox when applied. This theory is the Doppler-Ensemble Theory outlined here; it arises from the objective resolution of Dingle’s Question without invoking time dilation or length contraction! Each and every photon is a Doppler-Ensemble, containing all possible wavelengths of light gradually separating from one another over time – the longer wavelengths moving faster than the shorter wavelengths. Hence the arrow of time is built into the photon itself. Each specific wavelength of a Doppler-Ensemble is termed a ‘wavelength member’, the ‘collapse-of-the-wavefunction’ leading to only one wavelength for a particular photon being observed. The effects of reflection and of gravity are also explained. The Doppler-Ensemble Theory has major implications for astronomy as it resolves the nature of the mismatched Quasar-Galaxy redshifts and points to a new way of detecting and measuring the initiation and ascent of a supernova’s activity, especially for supernovae discovered only when they are already on the descending curve.