The cause of  constant and isotropy spread of light

   We have already described that a sphere of light is the sum of several individual spheres which set out and spread like rings of waves from the place of origin (absolutely anchored in space). This propagation takes place at a constant velocity ("c"). Each sphere consists of a vibration or tremor (of one  per triggered process!). The image and the properties of the wave can be put down to the sequence of spheres triggered in succession. That means this constant new creation of the sphere follows the possible movement of the source of light (fig.I).

                            fig.I                                                   fig.II

red=lamp, blue=spread in c, Every singly sphere is anchored in space. Spheres move together with the source of light at v. Result: the light pulses spread isotropically with c and are  only apparently depending on the movement of the source.

   Therefore the peculiar propagation of the light simply goes back to the fact that the “speed of light” is composed of two velocity factors. This looks as if the propagation of a sphere of light is in fact independent of its source – once it has been produced  - but actually the points of origination move along with the source! That means the spheres created one after the other shift together with the place of their creation. Among other things, this is the reason for the Doppler effect, and among other things, it demonstrates  that the velocity of light is always a velocity relative to both the receiver and the creator. At the same time, every mirror, every lense, and every measuring instrument becomes a new source of light once a beam has been captured to make it visible. A beam of light arriving with   c-v or c+v would therefore not be reflected with  this velocity but again only with c. But the motion of the source reveals itself to the receiver through the corresponding shifting of the impulse fields! There would not be any Doppler effect if this was not the case.

   In figure II the tips of the arrow (“photons", "light pulses", "quanta") symbolises the “light”. They are added to a sequence which contains both the periods of their creation (frequency) and the movement of the source (Doppler). The tips themselves always move away from the source at c, their sphere of propagation, however, is left in the space ("absolute ether", T.A.O. matrix). When the source is moving at v, the sphere which is created next is also shifted by this amount. Hence 

(c-v)+v=c.

   All unsuccessful drift experiments, which are designed similar to the experiment by Michelson-Morley, can already be explained on the basis of this definition without requiring the Special Theory of Relativity.

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