## If you apply the result of COBE, shouldn’t the Michelson and Morley experiment return a result of 365 km/s?

## Are you suggesting that a CICS equation can replace the standard and relativistic Doppler equations?

## Why do you use one-half a wavelength in the CICS equations?

## Why haven’t you considered more recent experiments?

## Didn’t the Michelson and Morley experiment return a null result?

## Why don’t you discuss the 1932 Kennedy and Thorndike experiment?

## Mistake Identification – Algebraic Method (Easier Method)

Here we summarize Einstein’s Xi derivation as given in his 1905 paper. As illustrated in the following figure, Einstein begins with one math statement and then performs three algebraic substitutions.

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## Revised Model Equations

**Purpose**

Given the introduction of Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems, we use the example of a bird flying in the cage on the back of a moving truck to create our equations for an Incomplete Coordinate System. In this case we use three birds; one flying from the back to the front and returning to the back, traveling along the X axis, one flying from the left side of the cage to the right and back to the left, traveling along the Y axis, and one flying from the bottom of the cage to the top and back to the bottom, traveling along the Z axis. Each bird is a surrogate for a wave.

## Revised Postulates

**Complete and Incomplete Coordinate System Postulates**

Using the examples given when defining Complete and Incomplete Coordinate Systems, when the velocity of the truck,

v, meets or exceeds that of the bird,w, the bird in the cage will never be able to reach the front of the cage. Yet, the bird in the trailer will be able to reach the front of the trailer. Because the behavior within aComplete Coordinate Systemis different than in anIncomplete Coordinate System, we have to revise Einstein’s original postulates as:

## Revised Coordinate System Model

**Coordinate Systems**

In Einstein’s model, he defines one type of coordinate system. He then applies the postulates and equations to this single type of system. When this coordinate system is moving at velocity

v, Einstein concludes that everything within this coordinate system must behave according the same laws of physics.