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My own Nikon 5000 camera and Michelson-Morley experiment (3d light power measure ) - Sep 25, 2012 at 3:34AM
Maciej Marosz
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Please make in 100% darkroom pictures in all 3d direction check how Your
camera will measure  light power golden sample source of light !

YOU TUBE 1 – very simply experiment with camera and leds  light
http://youtu.be/9ezgOoI6xqc

Light speed is C and NOT HAS relation to direction* ( very goog information )

I discover below :

1. how strong light beam will be ?
relation to each direction

2.how big is energy that use source of light ? I need check this is my next step
source of light and relation to each direction



YOU TUBE 2 why my Nikon 5000 can see small light power change
http://youtu.be/Pj5Xx2B2G-U

YOU TUBE 3 – why Einstein will have problem
http://youtu.be/9U1OsxM88tY

Post edited September 25, 2012 at 3:36 AM EST.


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Re: My own Nikon 5000 camera and Michelson-Morley experiment (3d light power measure ) - Oct 18 2012 7:21AM
Amanda Mitchell
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Nice experiment!

Post edited October 18, 2012 at 7:22 AM EST.



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