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Comment on “A one-way speed of light experiment” by E. D. Greaves, An Michel Rodríguez, and J. Ruiz-Camacho [Am. J. Phys. 77 (10), 894–896 (2009)]

Author:
Finkelstein, J.  


Journal:
American Journal of Physics


Issue Date:
2010


Abstract(summary):

Greaves et al. [1] reported a measurement of the one-way speed of light. Such a measurement seems to put them into conflict with the claim made by Reichenbach [2] and others that the measurement of the one-way speed of light depends on a convention for the synchronization of distant clocks. Because the authors of Ref. 1 did not explicitly adopt any such convention, readers of Ref. 1 might wonder how, if Reichenbach is correct, they are able to define, much less to measure, a one-way speed. The author comments on the experiment of Greaves et al.


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