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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Soloro
Electromagnetic energy and photons get hyper accelerated when around the Supermassive black hole.
Electromagnetic energy and photons travel at the speed of light. They cannot be "hyper accelerated".
This was echoed in March 2003 by data from the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (3), dubbed by professional observers as "the best map yet of the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) Radiation."
Also, according to recent research, laser laboratories in the continental USA were able to transmit laser beams through various media, such as gas and plasma, at speeds 300 times greater than the strict limit of 180,000 miles per second set by Einstein. (4)
With the toppling of its two major pillars, isotropy and fixed light velocity, notes Nicolai, we see Einstein’s position joining the history of science’s failed attempts to understand reality. ....
The essence of this postulate in that the velocity of light in a vacuum is fixed, in other words, a constant, and the maximum possible velocity of motion of matter in the Universe equals 300,000 km/sec (186,000 mile/sec). Without this condition the Lorentz transformations become nonsense, because, when matter (and even light) moves with a speed greater than 186,000 mile/sec even the mass of a photon be-comes infinite according to these equations.
Let us examine now how matters unfold with this postulate of Einstein’s theory.
Dr. Lijun Wang obtained surprising results in his experiment performed at the NEC Research Institute in Princeton. The experiment consisted of passing light impulses through a vessel filled with a specially treated gas, caesium. The results appeared to be phenomenal: the speed of light impulses appeared to be 300 (three hundred) times greater than the allowed speed from the Lorentz transformations (recorded in 2000)!
In Italy (in 2000), another group of physicists from the Italian National Research Council conducted the experiments with microwaves. The speed of their distribution was 25% faster than the maximum pos-sible speed stipulated by Einstein. It follows from the Lorentz transformations that, if the velocity of light (or other material objects) exceeds the speed of 186,000 mile/sec, in even one millimeter per second, the mass would become infinite.
In other words, in these experiments the mass of photons and microwaves should be greater than the mass of any "black hole", and, according to the formulas of Einstein’s theory, our planet would turn into a super "black hole" as a result of these experiments. However, nothing of the kind happened; both light and radio waves remained simply waves and their mass did not tend toward infinity, etc.
First, your source doesn't support this, and second, even if there is an error or some kind of tweak needed, the model has been extremely useful.
Originally posted by Unity_99
Yeah right. I for one do not share Einstein's theories!
And science has already shown they are in error.