Saturday, February 25, 2006

Unmeasured sounds [ The Sagnac Effect ]




"Having accepted that the observable effects predicted by special relativity for a Sagnac device are correct and entail no logical inconsistency, the dedicated opponents of special relativity sometimes resort to claims that there is nevertheless an inconsistency in the relativistic interpretation of what's really happening locally around the device in certain extreme circumstances."

While Sam Renseiw acknowledges the need of positioning methodology, the relativity of the subject made it into 'patafilm #103.( with obvious questions about unmeasured sound ). View it here or click on the mirror above ( 02'22'' , 11 MB. mov/quicktime ) / relinked 02.10.15

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

a Dali-delirium

Saturday, February 25, 2006 4:51:00 pm  

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