Exploring the behavior of light.


In the past, ideas that have later proven to be incorrect have persisted for long periods of time, and have pervaded the interpretation of events in areas related to those ideas. The idea that light has a constant speed appears to be a modern example of that situation. This site explores the behavior of light, which leads to the conclusions that light travels at a speed that is consistent with the clock rate in the area through which it is traveling, and that light basically behaves the same as any other physical entity.

There are five main sections which are reached by clicking on one of the buttons at the left. Sub-sections are reached by clicking on active sub-section links that appear in this text area. The sub-sections are MS Word files that have been converted to HTML files. The sub-sections can be navigated with the <Prev Next> arrows at the bottom of each page. Otherwise you can return to the section page using the navigation buttons at the top of each page and then choose another sub-section.

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About this site.

This site will be under construction for a while; things may change during that time.