Introduction to Oannes' assertions.


Imagine two slingers standing at some distance from each other. Between the stringers there is a runner. The slingers just shoot. They have the same strength, so the pebbles are coming to the runner at the same speed from both directions. However, the pebble, which is coming from the front, will hit the running runner stronger than the one which is coming from the rear. So, from runner's point of view

the pebble, which is coming from the front, is faster than the pebble which is coming from the rear.

The nineteenth-century physicists thought that light behaved in similar way. However, it turned out that the behaviour of light is completely different.

"The famous Michelson-Morley experiment . . . proved conclusively that there are no different velocities of light! They are the same in all directions and their value is c, the speed of light, (...), is always constant, always unchangeable."

http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/8805/title/Michelson-Morley--The-Great-Failure/

Albert Einstein says nothing in his special theory of relativity about the mechanism of action of this unusual phenomenon.

"The invariance of the speed of light in all uniformly moving reference frames is a postulate of special relativity, it does not derive from special relativity, which only then states how observers will experience/measure space and time given the invariance of the speed of light." – this is fragment of text which professors of physics posted on the website of Stanford University,

https://einstein.stanford.edu/content/relativity/q1917.html

So, professors of physics, who practice at all universities the model of the universe which is based on special theory of relativity, answer the question of

why the speed of light is unchangeable

like this:

"Because it simply is, and this is an experimental fact of life that we have to deal with." – this is another fragment of text which professors of physics posted on the website of Stanford University,

https://einstein.stanford.edu/content/relativity/q1917.html


The author of the introduction is me – that's Kaziuk von Märchendorf.

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Oannes' assertions.


Zeroth Oannes' assertion.

In the universe, every physical phenomenon has a mechanism of action.


First Oannes' assertion.

If my zeroth assertion is true, then the phenomenon of the unchanging of the speed of light has a mechanism of action.


Second and the last Oannes' assertion.

If my first assertion is true, then the model of the universe, which doesn't include the mechanism of action of the phenomenon of the unchanging of the speed of light, is

a lame caricature of the universe.



Conclusion.


If no professor of physics shows that any of Oannes' assertions is untrue, it would mean that the model of the universe, which is based on special theory of relativity, and which professors of physics practice at all universities, is

a lame caricature of the universe.


The author of the conclusion is me – that's Kaziuk von Märchendorf.

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Post scriptum.


What is the mechanism of action of the phenomenon of the unchanging of the speed of light you'll learn from

Oannes' unearthly tales.

But not only that. From these unearthly tales you'll learn what the universe really is and how it really works.


The author of the post scriptum is me – that's Kaziuk von Märchendorf.

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(25-January, 2018)