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These factual allegoric transgressions that physicists are ignoring and actively concealing cannot be denied. I bid you to face the facts of the physical reality presented and set before you, and take action that is necessary in the implementation of science.There have been great men who lives and work have been brutally abused and tarnished. To see and act upon the truth and to restore the sanctity of their achievement and methods so that some day we may look upon the work of forthcoming generations and praise the human spirit that reaches the highest destination of the summit of human glory will be the conclusion so that we may live in peace, harmony and prosperity.

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Optica!

Ben T. Ito

May 27, 2015

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This paper will analyze the wave theory of light.

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1. Introduction.

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The wave theory of light is based on a sound wave analogy where Huygens uses light waves are formed by the motion of an optical ether, composed of matter, to represent the propagation and transmission-reflection effects of light; furthermore, Fresnel describes the diffraction effect of light, using Huygens' principle yet light propagates and forms the diffraction effects of light in vacuum that is void of matter which contradicts the wave theory of light. Michelson tests for Fresnel's optical ether, composed of matter, but the result was negative. Lorentz reversed the negative result of Michelson's ether experiment to justify Fresnel's optical ether and the wave theory of light but light propagating in vacuum is definitive and irreversible experimental proof Fresnel's optical ether, composed of matter, does not physically exist. Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light, based on Faraday-Henry induction experiment, is introduced, since induction forms in vacuum but Faraday-Henry induction effect is not luminous; consequently, Poynting supports Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light by deriving an electromagnetic energy equation of light, using electric and magnetic fields produced by a current wire, but Poynting's current wire is not emitting light. The exact same problem that Maxwell's theory produces where induction is not luminous is also formed by the derivation of Poynting's energy equation of light. In addition, Hertz attempts to structurally unite light with induction but Hertz's spark gap emits electrons yet Faraday-Henry induction effect is not an ionization effect which further contradicts Maxwell's induction analogy of light.

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2. Maxwell

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In Maxwell's paper, "Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field" (1864), Maxwell's describes an electromagnetic theory of light based on Faraday-Henry induction effect.

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"ON ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION" (Maxwell, Part II).

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"If, therefore, the phenomena described by Faraday in the Ninth Series of his Experimental Researches were the only known facts about electric currents, the laws of Ampere relating to the attraction of conductors carrying currents as well as those of Faraday about the mutual induction of currents, might be deduced by mechanical reasoning." (Maxwell, Part II).

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"ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY OF LIGHT" (Maxwell, Part VI).

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"We then examine electromagnetic phenomena, seeking for their explanation in the properties of the field which surrounds the electrified or magnetic bodies." (Maxwell, Part VI).

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Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light is based on Faraday-Henry induction experiment that is not luminous; consequently, Hertz's attempts to structurally unite light with induction, using a spark gap that emits light and the radio induction effect but Hertz's spark gap emits electrons. Planck uses the blackbody radiation effect to support Maxwell's theory since Planck's blackbody emits the radio induction effect and light but Planck's blackbody also emits electrons yet Faraday-Henry induction experiment is not an ionization effect which produces a contradiction since the formation of Faraday-Henry induction effect does not require the emission of electrons that signifies an ionization effect; consequently, Hertz's spark gap and Planck's blackbody experiments do not structurally unite light with induction since the production of light involves the emission of electrons. A candle flame, spark gap, blackbody, light bulb and LED all emit electrons. To verify Maxwell's induction analogy requires that the physical characteristics of the entity represented with the analogy coincide with the analogy. In this case the entity represented with the analogy is light and the analogy is induction. Any major physical deviation between the analogy and the entity represented with the analogy voids the analogy. In addition, to the described physical discrepancies regarding the induction analogy, the radio induction effect, that is a representation of Faraday-Henry induction effect, propagates through an opaque barrier that is impenetrable to light which also contradicts Maxwell's induction analogy. Maxwell's induction analogy produces three distinct allegoric transgressions: Faraday-Henry induction experiment is not luminous, Faraday-Henry induction effect is not an ionization effect and light cannot penetrate an opaque barrier that induction penetrates. These factual experimental allegoric transgressions are being actively concealed and denied by physicists which constitutes a major fraud.

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3. Conclusion

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Hertz's spark gap and Planck's blackbody experiments, that are used to justify Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light, are emitting electrons yet Faraday-Henry induction effect is not an ionization effect which contradicts Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light; consequently, Einstein transforms Maxwell's equations to justify Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light (Einstein1, § 6) but altering the coordinate system of Maxwell's equations does not change the fact Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light is based on Faraday-Henry induction experiment that is not luminous, nor is induction an ionization effect which is experimental proof transformation of Maxwell's equations is physically invalid. In addition, Einstein (1905) uses the absorption of an EM photon, by Lenard's photoelectric electron (Einstein2, § 7), to justify Maxwell's theory, but an EM photon's electromagnetic field originates from Maxwell's theory. Also, in 1917, Einstein's energy equation E = mc2 is used to justify Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light (Einstein4, § 15) but the absorption of a massless EM photon's energy (Eo), by an electron, is being equated to the kinetic energy mc2 of an electron which is physically invalid. Also, Einstein's energy equation E = mc2 represents the energy of an EM photon (Eo) that conflicts with Lenard's photoelectric effect that proves light is composed of particles that energy is dependent on only the frequency; consequently, Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light is invalid; therefore, Maxwell's electromagnetic field cannot be used to represent the optical ether (Einstein3, § 1). As a result of the deceptions and manipulations, of the wave theory of light where facts are ignored and manipulated, modern physics also uses the same some methods which results in sub-atomic particles that are represented with a charge since ionization produces effects of the wire chamber detector but a charge is associated with an electron yet a sub-atomic particle does not contain an electron. Also, gravity physics, that is also based on the wave theory of light, describe celestrial gravity waves that have the frequency of sound, 1662 Hz (Weber), and Wheeler describes electromagnetic gravity waves that propagate at the velocity of light. The combination of Weber's gravity wave's frequency (1662 Hz) and Wheeler's EM gravity wave's velocity produces an unrealistic wavelength, using fλ = c.

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Einstein1, Albert. On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies. Annalen der Physik. 17:891-921. 1905.

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Einstein2, Albert. On a Heuristic Point of View about the Creation and Conversion of Light. 17:132. 1905.

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Einstein3, Albert. The Principle of Relativity and its Consequences in Modern Physics. 1910.

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Einstein4, Albert. Relativity: Special and General Theory. Brauschweig. 1917.

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Maxwell, James. Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field. Royal Society Transactions. Vol. CLV. 1864.

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