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The almost hundred years old conflict between the special relativity theory (SRT) and the Sagnac effect is analyzed. The common interpretation of Sagnac effect as an effect of rotation is refuted. The relation between Sagnac effect and ether model is discussed.[[Category:Scientific Paper]]
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Scientific Paper
Title Misunderstood Reality and SRT, Part 1: The Important Sagnac Effect
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Author(s) John-Erik Persson
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Published 2008
Journal Proceedings of the NPA
Volume 5
Number 2
No. of pages 2
Pages 195

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Abstract

The almost hundred years old conflict between the special relativity theory (SRT) and the Sagnac effect is analyzed. The common interpretation of Sagnac effect as an effect of rotation is refuted. The relation between Sagnac effect and ether model is discussed.