**Author:**

Sokolov, Gennadiy

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Relativity Theory

**Date Published:**

June 1, 2023

**Keywords:**

speed of light more than C

**Abstract:**

More than 100 years ago, Einstein proposed a synchronisation method to measure the speed of light with the movement of the beam "there" and "back". This method, in principle, does not allow measuring the speed of movement in one direction: if light travels in one direction at a speed C + V greater than C, and in the opposite
direction at a speed C-V less than C, and covers a distance L for different time intervals t1 and t2, the average speed L / (t1 + t2) in accordance with elementary algebra you always get less than C. As the only argument for using this method of measurement, relativists still cal impossibility to accurately synchronize clocks separated by some distance,
since "the speed of the clock changes with a change in the gravitational potential or their speed of movement”.
The experiment we proposed with two GPS satellites will allow us to measure the travel times of signals between satellites both in the forward and backward directions and prove that the distance between the satellites the signal travels in one direction at a speed less than C, and in the other at a speed greater than C, which unambiguously proves the fallacy of the basic postulate of SRT - the postulate of the invariance of the speed of light.

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