The Sagnac Effect in Frame (r1, phi)

The Sagnac Effect in Frame (r1, phi)

This is delta t = 4 pi r1 squared omega / c squared = 4 pi r squared omega / (m (r1) c squared) as in previous work Q. E. D. Experiments are needed to find m (r1). Any radial coordinate r in flat spacetime is replaced by r / m (r ) power half as in previous work. The Einstein theory produces m (r) = 1 – r0 / r and is totally wrong in the Sagnac effect. There are hundreds of new discoveries to be made by picking up a book on classical dynamics and rewriting it in m space.

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