Monday, February 23, 2015

THE SPEED OF LIGHT Still Moving

February 20 was another book talk on THE SPEED OF LIGHT, this time for the Fort Bend Astronomy Club in Stafford, Texas. The audience was very enthusiastic, and took home every available copy of the book. For the rest of you, it's still available online:

The Speed of Light

4 Comments:

Blogger qraal said...

Any moves on making it an iBook?

12:18 PM  
Blogger qraal said...

BTW you've got a new citation:

The past and present Earth-Moon system: the speed of light stays steady as tides evolve

...okay, so it's a 'disproof' but at least someone is paying attention :-)

7:11 PM  
Anonymous Eric Albers said...

ummm you know 4.50703414486279....is just the local expansion rate right? I mean Pi should be 3.0 in a non expanding frame, so (pi-3)/pi *100 is the percentage expansion rate locally.
Interestingly if you build a device to measure pi with lasers, taking from the center of a circle to the edge then round the circumference, you can detect local distortions in the expansion rate..i.e. gravity 'waves'.
Ratio of measurment of 1D vs 2D tells you you live on a curved surface.

3:28 PM  
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