It’s About Time
The Light Clock Myth
In Einstein’s light clock the behavior of light is defined by the state of motion of the ether and the orientations of the mirrors in the clock. These mirrors imply boundary conditions on the light waves. Einstein then moved the equipment inside the planes of the mirrors. He had the idea that light in some way should follow him in this motion. However, this motion does not change the boundary conditions, and light does not experience any change at all. In relation to light, this motion is irrelevant. Therefore, there is no reason at all for light to change its behavior due to Einstein’s motion of the mirrors. Consequently, light still moves according to the vector c in ortogonal direction to the mirrors. Transverse ether wind is irrelevant, and wave front orientation is conserved. This light clock failure is an important error among Einstein’s many mistakes. It’s about time to correct this error.
The Truth About Clocks
Bound electrons in atomic clocks move forth and back in relation to the ether wind. They are therefore accelerated and decelerated during each period of orbiting. This means changes in the speed of the electrons. These relative changes in electron speeds can be assumed to be equal to the relative changes in the light speeds. It is therefore reasonable to assume a second order effect of the ether wind in the electrons orbiting frequency, of the same kind as was assumed in the tests made by Michelson and Morley.