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# Z: Even I have to admit that this does look interesting. 12-16-12 v.2 Z: Even I have to admit that this does look interesting.
What don't you get?  This seems so obvious and elementary I can't believe it's new?
I mean this is Physics 101 level at a small college I would think?
On Jan 16, 2012, at 8:09 PM, Paul Zielinski wrote:
On 1/16/2012 7:58 PM, JACK SARFATTI wrote:
On Jan 16, 2012, at 7:54 PM, Z wrote:
Either frame acceleration *per se* has an effect on *locally* observed light speed, or it doesn't.

I proved it does.
If your proof is correct in all details, then you have proved this, yes.
And that would be quite interesting.

GAMMA = (g00 + goiV^i/c + g0ijV^iV^j/c^2)^-1/2 in a LNIF
V = cDX/ds = cdX/ds
v = dX/dt
EEP means that in the tetrad map LNIF ---> LIF
GAMMA ---> gamma = (1 - (v/c)^2)^-1/2
Note in special relativity gamma > 1 i.e. aways time dilation
In GR with gravimagnetism g0i we can have IT SEEMS IN PRINCIPLE
GAMMA < 1 i.e. TIME CONTRACTION
When ds = 0 & dt =/= 0 for light
g00 + goiV^i/c + g0ijV^iV^j/c^2 = 0
g00 + A.c'/c +c'^2/c^2 = 0
QUADRATIC EQUATION FOR THE TWO COORDINATE SPEEDS OF LIGHT IN VACUUM IN ACCELERATING FRAMES.
g00 = 1 + phi/c^2

i.e.

1 + phi(LNIF)/c(LIF)^2 + A(gravimagnetism).c'(LNIF)/c(LIF) +c'(LNIF)^2/c(LIF)^2 = 0

LNIF & LIF are COINCIDENT connected by the 16 tetrad components and 24 spin connection components if we want to add independent torsion fields to the curvature fields.

These equations are true in strong fields, but you cannot assume phi and A are like Maxwell EM gauge potentials in general.

Z: Even I have to admit that this does look interesting.

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