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star’s true location false location Law of Reflection

In the figure below, the angle ‘abc’ via classical law of reflection is equal to 90°.
The value of θ is roughly equal to 20.05 arcseconds; which is the aberration angle,
aka the tilting of the telescope, due to the earth's motion around the sun.

Recall that according to relativity the angle of incidence is not equal to the angle
of reflection. Therefore, relativity incorrectly asserts that starlight comes from ‘a1’,
hence it incorrectly predicts an angle that is equal to: (90°− θ) as shown by ‘a1bc’,
in the figure below. This is an open fraud because the true path of light is shown
a
a1 in orange.

Further, relativity incorrectly asserts that starlight arriving from ‘a1’,


does not reflect towards ‘d’ as per the classical law of reflection, instead,
= 90° light from ‘a1’ reflects towards ‘c’ due to a material shrinkage (length
θ contraction) of the mirror that changes the slant angle of the mirror that
in turn gives us the “relativistic law of reflection”.

In reality the mirror never changes its slant angle, nor does it
shrink, and nor does the ray of light arrive from 'a1'.

= 90° − θ These are incorrect circular assertions that were proven


wrong by Michelson in a 1913 experiment where he showed
that the angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence,
d regardless of the speed or the orientation of the reflecting
surface (mirror). Michelson is a Nobel prize winner.

θ The mirror at
c
b is slanted
b at a 45°
angle.

Earth’s velocity is 30 km/sec; therefore θ = 20 arcseconds, which is the tilting angle of


the telescope, as shown by the slanted black tube. See: aba1