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Paragraphs 1 and 2 apply to Einstein's classic simultanous event observers of directions A and B while Paragraphs 3 and 4 apply the same parameters to directions A, B, C, D, E, and F.

Paragraph 1

This is a filler page until I can get the final copy up and running.( I haven't gotten back to my original discussion yet so while I am still fine tuning that, just consider this - in Einstein's premise of simultaneous events, he dismisses rotation (K and K' as devoid of rotation) and then goes on to use Lorentz formula's to solve his dilemma. Lorentz formulas are EM based and as such are ROTATION dependent. What Einstein appears to have shown is the Doppler effect of light as seen by a moving observer. Special theory is a Doppler theory of light - had Einstein used the energy of the light seen by M' from A and B and calculated it against M's velocity away from A and toward B, M' could have determined that the lightning strikes at points A and B were, in fact, simultaneous and of equal intensity, period.

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Basically, just consider M (stationary) and M' (moving) as Einstein's two observers of simultaneous events. If they are exactly at the same distance (point M) from A and B at the same time that the light arrives from A and B, then M and M' will see the light at the SAME time. Or should I say begin to see the light at the same time. If M and M' had seen only ONE wavelength of one frequency of light, they would have both begun to see the light at the same time (Spectrum), but because it is a longitudinal wave on CDM particles, M' who is moving toward B would pass through the B wave before either A or B wave finishes at M. BUT M' would also see A wave longer since he is moving away from it. Also M' would see a blue shifted wave (compressed) from B and a red shifted (expanded) wave from A compared to M who would see identical A and B waves. M and M' begin to see the A and B waves AT the same time, M' just finishes the spectrum of B sooner because he has now moved toward it. And thus is no longer equal distance from A and B.

M' could use Doppler shift formulas using his velocity to calculate back determining that A and B really were simultaneous events, and Newton's law of relativity holds in ALL frames of reference.

Anyone interested (or wants to explain) in how M", MT, and I are positioned, moving or otherwise see the light of A and B, please e-mail dew@deskmedia.com me your explanation and I will addend it to this page. (Yes, I think I have the answers and will be presenting them at a later date but I was trying to avoid confusion by not adding them at this time.)