Tuesday, May 7, 2024

One Way Measurement of the Speed of Light

The experimental setup (see diagrams next page) requires two clocks A and B that have similar mechanisms which include memory, capability to transmit and receive timestamped encoded of light signals. The clocks are kept at a constant distance relative to each other which can be tested using the time of flight in two-way measurements. Light signals will be timestamped since the information encoded in timestamps are independent of measurements of time of flight. There is no prior requirement to synchronize the clocks.

Particular Interpretation of Double-Slit Experiments

  Following the failure of classical physics theories to explain the interference patterns observed in double slit experiments and other lig...