CHAPTER I OBTAINING (C+V) (CV) MATHEMATICS FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY
1. WHERE WAS THE BIG MISTAKE MADE IN PHYSICS?
The mistake made in the theory of science of physics is so clear and simple that I am sure you will be baffled by it. It would be better to present the topic with a situation:
Relative to the observer, the Green car is moving away at a speed of 50 km/h. The Red car is approaching the Green car at a speed of 30 km/h. Relative to the observer, what is the speed of the red car?
It's a very easy question. As the red car is 30 km/h faster than the green car;
We can find the answer if we add up the speed of the red car relative to the green car with the speed of the Green car. Relative to the observer, the speed of the red car is 50+30 = 80 km/h.
Now we are moving on to The Electromagnetic Theory with a very similar question. I am writing the words with utmost care, so please be careful yourself, as well.
Relative to the observer, the Green car goes in the direction of the arrow at v speed. The observer on the ground holds her lantern towards the outgoing Green car.
Relative to the reference system of the Green car, the speed of light coming towards it is c. (c = speed of light constant). In this case, relative to the observer on the ground, what is the speed of the light going towards the Green car?
If we use the example above as a base, can we give an answer as follows?
Relative to the reference system of the Green car, the light approaches it at a speed of c.
Relative to the observer, the speed of the car is v. Therefore, if we add up the speed of the light that comes at the speed of "c" relative to the reference system of the Green car, with the speed of the Green car, we find the speed of the light going to the Green car
relative to the reference system of the observer on the ground. The result will be "c+v". A highly mathematical result.
But how did physics answer this question?
The answer of physics: "The speed of light is constant relative to all reference systems and does not change. Therefore, the speed of the light going to the Green car will be c relative to the observer on the ground, as
well."
There are, of course, some important reasons behind this answer. But no reason can justify the big mistake they made because they did not measure the speed of the light going to a moving
target; they made a decision without actually measuring it. If they had carried out this measurement that was vital for them, the science of physics would not have fallen into this big mistake. You cannot make a decision in physics without identifying and testing all the possibilities. This was a wrong decision; it was a grave mistake.
I think I presented the topic quite clearly. In the figure above, as a mathematical result, the speed of the light going to the car relative to the reference system of the observer on the ground must be c+v. As can be seen, Alice Law stands on the path that accepts this mathematical result without questioning it. Why the light moves and behaves like this is the topic of this book. But now, lets see what these wrong decisions by the physicists led to. I wrote a short dialogue for the fun of it.
 Sir, are you saying that the speed of light going to the car will be "c" relative to the observer on the ground? Could you tell us why?
 Ahem... The speed of the light is constant. We know that the light propagates at the speed of light, which we call the speed of light constant, in space. Light preserves its speed constant relative to all reference systems. This is a fantastic mystery of nature.
 It's strange; it's like a violation of mathematics.
 It is. Because of this characteristic of light, we have met a great theory like The Theory of Relativity. It is such a magical world that, in that world, rulers shorten, clocks slow down, masses increase, and a wonderful huge thing happens. Time and dimension change. You can stay young forever.
 Wow, it's so exciting.
Theory of Relativity is indeed very exciting, but unfortunately, it is a complete fantasy. In physics, almost hundreds of experiments have been done to test the speed of light constant (the speed of light constant = c). In all cases, the constant "c" has been verified. But be careful; none of those measurements are made to measure the speed of light going to an object in motion. They measured either the speed of light coming towards them, or the speed of light between two locations that were stationary relative to each other. If they had measured the speed of the light going towards a moving target, then it would be in Alice's Law described in this book.
We can also say that this mistake or we may call it negligence made in the past has had, in the proper meaning of the word, a fatal effect on physics. Imagination and reality have mixed up with each other and a number of imaginary equations that have nothing to do with reality have been included in physics. Thousands of studies based on false theoretical foundations have been published. People's system of thought has been destroyed. Is it absolutely necessary to be a physicist to be curious about the laws of physics of nature? Until today, there have been tens of millions of people who have wondered about The Electromagnetic Theory, or The Theory of Relativity. All these people's thoughts have been filled with meaningless, wrong, and incomplete information. The mistake made has also greatly damaged the theoretical development of the science of physics. You cannot just come up with right theories based on false theoretical foundations. This mistake has even hurt people who work for their daily lives. If this mistake had not been made, humanity would have at least a hundred years of knowledge about the consequences of Alice Law today. And this means lots of new technologies would be in our lives, but none of them have been accomplished.
