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Einstein and the Speed of Light

by Walter Rawls
©2003 Biomagnetics International, Inc.
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Einstein's famous formula is based on the theory that no energy (natural) travels faster than the speed of light (approximately 186,000 miles per second).

Some confusion does exist between speed and frequency. For example, the frequency of magnetism can be less than the frequency of light. This does not mean that magnetism does not travel faster than the speed of white light. Frequency, and the speed of a natural energy is not the same. The shorter wave of frequency has a higher frequency and [travels] a longer distance; a larger wave has a lower frequency and [travels] a shorter distance.

Some physicists now believe that stars break up faster than light. We believe that magnetism travels faster (speed) than the speed of light and is involved in the breaking up of stars.


1.  Place a light in a black box and make a shutter (like a camera) to contain light
     in the box, use a light meter with a microtimer and time lapse, and measure the 
     time it takes for the light to travel to the light meter.

2.  Put a magnet in a box, preferably with a magnetic strength of 4,500 gauss,
     shield the box with aluminum and steel in such a way that the shield is capable
     of  being opened. Take a magnetometer, preferably non-electronic, and place it 
     in front of the box. Rotate the magnet's pole toward the magnetometer and open
     the shield. Read meter and microtimer with time lapse.

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