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Table of Contents

- Letter from the Author
- Preface
- Summary
- Preamble
- Bibliography
- The Great Einstein-Maxwell Debate about Light
- The Michelson-Morley Paradox Solved

PART I The Lead up to Special Relativity (Chapters 1 - 17)

- Introduction and Overview
- Absolute Concepts of Space, Time, Rest and Motion
- Techniques and Conventions of Mathematical Measurements
- Inertia, Newton's Three Laws of Motion and Covariance
- Galileo's Sensory and Empirical Concepts of Relativity
- Electromagnetism, the Velocities of Light, and Ether
- Early Attempts to Understand the Velocity of Light
- The Dopper Effects of Sound and Light
- The Michelson and Morley Experiments
- False Assumptions Which Caused the Michelson and Morley Paradox
- What Theoretically Could Cause a Fringe Shift?
- Real Reasons for Michelson's Paradoxical Null Results
- Lange's Abstract Relativity and Inertial Reference Frames
- The Galilean Translational Transformation Equations
- The Contraction Hypotheses of Fitzgerald and Lorentz
- The Lorentz Transformations and Poincare's Relativity
- Mattter, Mass and Electromagnetic Mass

PART II The Unnecessary Special theory of Relativity (Chapters 18 - 42)

- Overview of Einstein's Special Theory
- The "Difficulties" Which Triggered Special Relativity
- Einstein's Major Assumptions, Postulates and Goals
- Einstein's False Premises Regarding the Velocity of Light
- How and Why Light Really Transmits and Propagates
- Why Concepts of Matter Are Irreconcilable with Light
- Why Einstein's Principle of Relativity Was Invalid
- Flawed Concepts of Simultaneity and Common Time
- Relativity of Simultaneity and Relativity of Distance
- Invention of Einstein's Lorentz Transformations
- Relativistic Kinematics: Length Contraction, Time Dilation
- The Relativistic Composition of Velocities
- Applications of Einstein's Kinematics to Electromagnetics
- Relativistic Dynamics: Mass, Momentum, Force and Energy
- The Matter, Mass and Energy Relationships
- The Meaning and Distortion of Spacetime
- (In progress)
- Particle Physics, QED, Superstrings and Special Relativity
- Failed General Confirmations of Special Relativity
- Failed Confirmations of Time Dilation and Relativistic Doppler Effects
- Other Failed Confirmations of Time Dilation (in progress)
- The Real Modifications of Space, Time, Motion and Mass (in progress)
- The Unnecessary and Contradictory General Theory (in progress)
- What is the Proper Role of Mathematics in Physics?
- Conclusions of One Relative Observer (in progress)

The Relativity of Light is a treatise which explores, analyses, scrutinizes, and falsifies Albert Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity, and its related theories, concepts and so-called confirmations.

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