The Abraham Zelmanov Journal
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The Velocity of Light in Uniformly Moving Frames. A Dissertation. Stanford University, 1958
This is a dissertation submitted to the Department of Physics and the Committee on Graduate Study of Stanford University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, September 1958. Approved by Sidney D. Drell, thesis advisor, Leonard I. Schiff, Department Chair, and Albert H. Bowker, Dean of the Graduate Division. Note: an abstract was prepared separately and published by University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1959-01456, USA. Briefly, the thesis shows classically and quantum mechanically that a linear transformation can be used in special relativity that keeps simultaneity and the out-and-back speed of light invariant, while the one-way velocity of light varies, depending on the frame's velocity relative to an inertial rest frame.
Ref: The Abraham Zelmanov Journal, 2009, volume 2, pages 44-110
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