The "Time Dilation" of Mesons Re-Examined
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|Title||The \"Time Dilation\" of Mesons Re-Examined|
|Author(s)||Donald T MacRoberts|
|Keywords||time dilation, high-velocity experiments, mesons, ether-drift, special relativity|
The high-velocity experiments on mesons, such as those at CERN, are definite evidence of the meson lifetime's functional relationship to their velocity with respect to the Earth, but have nothing whatsoever to do with the 'time-dilation' of Special Relativity. The experiments also are yet another 'ether-drift' investigation, with the usual answer: the velocity of the Earth with respect to a fundamental frame is zero.