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Linear and angular light Doppler shifts and the Sagnac experiment:
Aetherometry vs. Relativity (1)
by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.
Published in February 2009. 45 pages.
Aetherometric Theory of Synchronicity, Vol. 1
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See also A test of Aetherometry vs Relativity, Special and Larmor-Lorentz: The 1938 Ives-Stilwell experiment - Aetherometry vs. Relativity (2)
Without any employ of LF transforms, we present an aetherometric analysis of the linear light Doppler based strictly upon the law of the geometric mean composition of velocities and without invoking a transformational second-order effect - and we arrive at the same results that SR obtained. We do likewise for the Sagnac effect, to demonstrate the latter is nothing other than an angular light Doppler where a 'light loop' is also set in (apparent) motion.