On the speed of light
We present a straightforward conceptual framework adapting the classical ideas introduced by Einstein and describe a realistic experiment to determine eventual anisotropies in the one-way speed of light independently of specific clock synchronization procedures. This establishes that we are not free to define either the one-way speed of light or time itself and must rely instead on further empirical observations to clarify these concepts, contrary to what was originally proposed in 1905.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 07 December 2017
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