Experiment-C by Grzegorz Ileczko


byGrzegorz Ileczko

Kobo ebook | November 19, 2014

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This book is composed of two parts. Both parts combine into a single theory, but for easier description of phenomena, they were presented as independent of each other. This book is an attempt to show the Theory of Relativity in “different” light. That is, so to speak, physics without relativism. Each experiment described in the book comprises visual, mathematical and numerical analyses. All possible cases of setting the light source on-board a very fast vehicle were analysed. The conclusions are indeed surprising.


Two experiments, to find and precisely define absolute vehicle velocity, have been described. Establishment of total lack of contact of vehicle’s interior with the outside world is in both cases fulfilled. According to the Theory of Relativity such experiment does not exist and vehicle’s absolute velocity cannot be determined.


It is a modified version of a well-known experiment with light clock. The experiment has been improved in relation to the original. Optical clock was replaced with a laser. Laser beam may depart laser’s interior thus becoming observable (not just in theory). Experiment – L has been designed as a “broad” angular analysis. Various laser positions on-board the vehicle were thoroughly examined. One can literally say that laser’s beam is analysed in terms of every angle. As a result of the analyses performed, the “true” nature of time has been discovered. A mathematical proof that time has absolute nature has been presented.

A brief description of the issues presented in the book (both parts):

Explanation of the deficiencies that exist in the Special Theory of Relativity,
Free space loss phenomenon for very fast vehicles,
Geometry of optical beams on-board very fast vehicle,
Two independent equations that determine vehicle’s absolute velocity,
Modernisation of the theoretical experiment with light clock (composed of two mirrors and a photon),
True nature of time. Mathematical proof that time has absolute nature.

Title:Experiment-CFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 19, 2014Publisher:Grzegorz IleczkoLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:8393909732

ISBN - 13:9788393909735

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