Unified Absolute Relativity Theory

Everything is relative, including light speed. From Lorentz\"s equations: c^2.t^2-x^2=k ; x and t are not space and time but, wavelength and period. k=1.91*10^-34 m^2 Light speed w from frequency: w=(c^2-k.f^2)^0.5 ; See GENERAL SCIENCE JOURNAL at ; www.wbabin.net
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 Início See the Unified Absolute Relativity Theory at: http://www.wbabin.net/saraiva/saraiva105.pdf Light speed is not constant and is relative. w = ( c^2 - k.f^2 )^0.5 Contact the author at: ajps2@hotmail.com António Saraiva
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