*Ives-Stillwell, Variable Light Velocity, and Variable Electric Charge, in Terms of a Postulated Theory of Radiation*

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Title | Ives-Stillwell, Variable Light Velocity, and Variable Electric Charge, in Terms of a Postulated Theory of Radiation |

Author(s) | John E Chappell |

Keywords | Ives-Stillwell Experiment, Variable Speed of Light, Variable Electric Charge, Radiation |

Published | 1998 |

Journal | None |

## Abstract

The formula fer variability of energy in light particles emitted by a moving source was confirmed by Ives and Stilwell in 1938 only for line-of-flight and perpendicular directions. It can be proven by basic trigonometry that the general formula fer all directions is identical. In this analysis the gamma factor modifies c, but not d, t, or m. Possibly this result could be used to show why force on a mov1og charge varies as it does.