Hubble an experience to disprove relativity

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Section 1) Einstein's theory where it comes from?
Section 2) Focal displacement with light speed change
A) If Einstein was wrong the effect on space telescope
B) Wave theory and focal displacement in reflection
Section 3) Hubble proves our theory
A) It was not a structural defect.
B) Astronomers comments for near objects
C) Astronomers comments for far objects
D) Press release as published
Section 4) Theory light propagation
Section 5) Michelson Morley experiment
Section 6) Details of calculations

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The light from the galaxy M100 is measured by the telescope Hubble at 312 000 km/sec. This is 4 percent higher than the constant "c" 300 000 km/sec. It is a première in mankind history, never before we were able to measure a speed greater than the universal constant. What more, everyone can verify the results for himself. Hereafter we give the instructions to do so.
We have three postulates that allow us to move forward with the calculations :

1) Postulate : At times light behaves like an electromagnetic wave described by Maxwell or like a particle defined by Einstein to explain photo electricity. So far, we can not relate together through one concept its different modes of propagation. Three thousand years ago a great scientist threw us a challenge : "Please inform me how does light travel". (Ref: Job 38:19, 24) Light remains a great mystery for science. Because we don't understand the nature of light, it is imprudent to conclude from Michelson's experience that the speed of light has an absolute value.

2) Postulate : Michelson and Morley's experience with light proves that in a given system, light speed is a constant. But this allows to have two systems with a relative speed between them. In this case the speed of light between the two systems could be measured greater or smaller than "c". In Michelson's experience, the light was definitely confined to one system, the Earth. Remember that light had travelled through the atmosphere before the measurements were made.

3) Postulate : Huygens' Theory for a wave front :
Wave theory explains why light is deviated in refraction. Basically it is because light does not travels at the same speed in an optically dense material like glass or water. The same deviation happens in reflection. From the wave theory we demonstrate that the focus point on a concave mirror, moves away if light change speed after it interfered with the mirror's surface.

Hubble proves our theory
The Hubble Space Telescope, a joint venture of NASA and the European Space Agency, was launched in 1990. The most powerful telescope in space didn't live up to expectations it had a severe case of myopia.

There was a contradiction in the diagnostic to explain the myopia. Normally with a concave mirror the focus is best with far objects. See Ref. "Animation of a spherical mirror "
But here the reverse happened, the galaxy M100 was blurred when Saturn was clear. Scientist called some of the nearer object's picture : "shockingly good pictures, including a dazzling image of Saturn".

Our hypothesis best correspond to the facts. The telescope is nearsighted not because of a construction error. We calculate a corresponding speed for the light in free space at 312 000 km/sec. This speed would displace the focus point the same as if the mirror was too flat by the 1.3 millimetre. The 1.3 mm is the corresponding adjustment made to the mirror through a special camera.

We present at the end a theory to relate together the propagation of light as a wave and as a particle in order to explain what happened with Michelson's experience.

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