**Author:**

Gutsche, Gottfried J.

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Mathematical Physics

**Date Published:**

February 20, 2021

**Keywords:**

Light speed c, special relativity theory, light speed reference, SRT, conservation theory, maximum speed of momentum, maximum speed of inertial mass motion

**Abstract:**

Author: Gottfried Gutsche
Email: [email protected]
Abstract: During the beginning of the 20th century science entered a deadlock over the problem of the theoretical infinity of momentum mass motion speed limit postulated by Newton as a verbal of the cuff assumption while answering the question of the maximum speed of his momentum. Newton also reiterated his infinity principle within a letter to Robert Hooke, the inventor of the spring mechanical elasticity principle and much more, wherein Newton placed himself standing on shoulders of giants viewing his infinity concepts. While experiments has now shown that light, having a massless particle-wave duality, has an absolute speed limit constraint at C!
In response, Albert Einstein wrote a scientific paper apparently solving this puzzle, he called this paper “Special Relativity Theory". Wherein he analysed the mutual opposing directed motion of mass objects illuminated with ambient light, like trains and elevators, he concluded from that, light speed must be constant-same in all variation of observations for ambient light. This is true: ambient light speed from one single light source is the same in all aspect of surface reflected observations; however, light speed is also in reference to the first original light emitting energy source!

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