tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-480555353132580100.post6532603602157517161..comments2018-04-06T16:01:42.351+01:00Comments on ErkDemon: The Relativistic EllipseErkDemonhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00430413494529535159noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-480555353132580100.post-75618041627919060412016-02-03T13:55:09.381+00:002016-02-03T13:55:09.381+00:00Dear ErkDemon
I started using the ellipse to eval...Dear ErkDemon <br />I started using the ellipse to evaluate fringes in holographic interferometry (Applied Optics 1969) and my Book "Making and Evaluation of Holograms". In Holography the point source of light (A) is one focal point of an ellipse, and the observer (B)at the other.The Static separation of B from A elongates the Observation Circle into the ellipse.To prove my statement I produced the first "Light-i-Flight" experiment.Already in 1988 I published that in relativity the separation of B from A is Dynamic and caused by velocity. Thus the same geometry could be used in Relativity as in Holography. See e.g my book "Light-in-Flight, or the Columbi egg of Optics" and some 25 publications on ellipses and Relativity (from 1988 to 2014). I am very impressed by your work! Nils H.L.AbramsonNils H.L. Abramsonnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-480555353132580100.post-19996983102713402512014-01-21T20:02:05.393+00:002014-01-21T20:02:05.393+00:00Hello,
Nice to find this ellipse here. To me, it i...Hello,<br />Nice to find this ellipse here. To me, it is the set of "return events" of a moving light-clock-cone. The moving system considers them as simultaneous, whereas a system "at rest" does not. The ellips may be rendered space-wise only (x,y), or Minkovsky-wise (x,y,ct).<br />Please feel welcome to see more of it at my web-page<br />http://home.scarlet.be/~pin12499/qbRelaty.html .<br />A basic program, including a VB version, is available on my QB page, or directly here:<br />http://home.scarlet.be/~pin12499/qbprogzip/lichklok.zip<br />Comments welcome,<br />Regards,<br />Guido "wugi" Wuyts,<br />wugi@scarlet.bewugihttp://home.scarlet.be/~pin12499noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-480555353132580100.post-12415644680137467952014-01-21T19:58:59.978+00:002014-01-21T19:58:59.978+00:00Hello,
Nice to find this ellipse here. To me, it i...Hello,<br />Nice to find this ellipse here. To me, it is the set of "return events" of a moving light-clock-cone. The moving system considers them as simultaneous, whereas a system "at rest" does not. The ellips may be rendered space-wise only (x,y), or Minkovsky-wise (x,y,ct).<br />Please feel welcome to see more of it at my web-page<br />http://home.scarlet.be/~pin12499/qbRelaty.html .<br />A basic program, including a VB version, is available on my QB page, or directly here:<br />http://home.scarlet.be/~pin12499/qbprogzip/lichklok.zip<br />Comments welcome,<br />Regards,<br />Guido "wugi" Wuyts,<br />wugi@scarlet.beGuido Wuytshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/14726044862647779400noreply@blogger.com