"Henri Wilson" <HW@..> wrote in message
| On 10 Apr 2006 04:43:29 -0700, "Jerry" <Cephalobus_alienus@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
| >Hexenmeister wrote:
| >> "Jerry" <Cephalobus_alienus@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
| >> < snip >
| >> You haven't answered my question, so I snipped.
| >> Do you or don't you agree there is no such animal as "wavelength"
| >> of light ?
| >> Androcles.
| >If light has a frequency, and if light has a velocity, then
| >light has a wavelength.
| ..but what physical structure of light gives rise to this 'frequency and
| >Do you deny the concept of wavelength in sound?
| >Whether or not you agree to the term "c" or prefer 299,792.5 km/s,
| >you earlier agreed that light is emitted (reflected) from mirrors
| >at constant velocity with respect to the mirror. Therefore, in your
| >version of emission theory, Hero's law of the equality of incident
| >and reflected angles is invalid when the incoming light has velocity
| >differing from 299,792.5 km/s, since the reflected light must have
| >constant velocity with respect to the mirror of 299,792.5 km/s.
| >This results in predictions that are contrary to known fact.
| >You are condemned by your own words, Androcles. Your
| >version of emission theory predicts that reflecting telescope
| >images of distant galaxies will be out of focus relative to
| >images of nearby stars.
| Is that why the HST didn't work till they software corrected for c+v?
| PS: You wont read about it anywhere so don't bother to look...
You are dreaming again. Ain't know way a -up in optics
can be put down to software. What does NOT work is the GR "correction"
to the GPS. Altitude is ing hopeless.
"Altitude error is always considerably worse than the horizontal (position
"Readouts include maximum and average Ascent and Descent distances and rates.
The altitude profile can also indicate pressure changes over time. The GPS
reads a different altitude than the NMEA output -which reads both higher and
lower than the GPS display over even short periods. "
Hardly surprising given the relativistic up to the clock when the satellite
when it SHOULD be at its most accurate.