The gyroscope does employ such an observer: it is the electronics that sits within the gyro. This electronic observer detects the difference in those light speeds, and attributes that difference to the gyro's not being inertial: it is accelerating within some inertial frame. That measurement of an acceleration allows the body's orientation to be calculated, which keeps it on track and in the right position as it flies.
You will sometimes find discussions that insist the only correct way to describe the Sagnac Effect is by reference to an inertial frame: they will say that the only concept with meaning is the locally measured speed of light, which is cand that what the non-inertial observer sitting on the loop says about the motions of two light rays has no physical meaning. Whilst the Sagnac effect is easy to calculate using an inertial frame—because then we can use the simple equations of adding velocities in special relativity—it doesn't follow that any non-inertial description of it is invalid.
Those who insist that non-inertial descriptions are invalid are like the man whose house is about to be picked up by a cyclone: they will shout "Don't worry folks! It's really Earth that's rotating in an inertial frame, and the resulting differential motions give rise to the illusion that the wind is about to shred this house.
But you might want to hang on to your house while doing so. I presume, too, that those who argue that distant measurements are all about coordinates and make no physical sense will have a problem with the fact that GPS works. This is because they will probably say that it makes no sense to talk about time running more quickly onboard a GPS satellite compared to time's flow on Earth, because, they will argue, "it's all about coordinates only—it's not real".
But time certainly does run more quickly onboard a GPS satellite: for that very reason, those satellites' clocks are set to tick slightly slowly when manufactured, so that they will tick at the same rate as Earth clocks when onboard an orbiting satellite.
These distant effects are perfectly real and physical. You might also find it said that the Sagnac Effect is somehow not measuring the speed of the two light beams sent around the loop, but "merely" their times of flight, as if that's somehow different to measuring their average speed.
But the simple fact is that if you send two horses in opposite directions around the same race track, then the horse that crosses the finish line first must have run faster.
The different arrival times of the two light beams have nothing to do with anything strange going on with "the geometry of spacetime": this discussion holds in the absence of any gravity, in which case spacetime can be flatand if it's flat for one observer, it's flat for allincluding those sitting on rotating loops. The observer sitting on the rotating loop concludes that the beams simply move at different speeds. And that's all right, because it's only either an inertial observer who must measure their speeds to be both cor an observer sitting right next to the light beams.
But the observer on the loop is neither inertial nor sitting right next to each beam at all times of its flight. Discussing non-inertial observers can be simpler if we consider not the rotating frame of a laser gyroscope, but the "uniformly accelerated" frame of someone who sits inside a rocket, far from any gravity source, accelerating at a rate that makes them measure their weight as constant. That's a very natural definition of uniform acceleration.
In fact, the room in which you are sitting right now is a very high approximation to such a frame—as mentioned above, this is the content of Einstein's Principle of Equivalence. So consider the question: "Can we say that light confined to the vicinity of the ceiling of this room is travelling faster than light confined to the vicinity of the floor? For simplicity, let's take Earth Speed Of Light - Inerpois - Speed Of Light EP (File not rotating, because that complicates the question!
The answer is then that 1 an observer stationed on the ceiling measures the light on the ceiling to be travelling with speed c2 an observer stationed on the floor measures the light on the floor to be travelling at cbut 3 within the bounds of how well the speed can be defined discussed below, in the General Relativity sectiona "global" observer can say that ceiling light does travel faster than floor light.
That might sound strange, so let's take it in stages. Begin with the relativity idea that an inertial observer does measure the speed of light to be c. This quantity is the amount of time by which the clock on the tail of a train reads ahead of the driver's clock when the train has rest length L, approaches us at velocity v positive for approach, negative for recessionand whose clocks are synchronised in its rest frame. Suppose the train is at rest and extends from here to the Andromeda galaxy, so that its driver is right next to us and its tail sits in that galaxy, which we'll suppose isn't moving relative to us.
Our standard of simultaneity says that right now on a particular planet in the Andromeda galaxy at the tail of the train, some clock reads zero just as ours reads zero, and that clock clicks at the same rate as ours.
Imagine that two planets in that galaxy are 2 light-days apart, and one sends a pulse of light to the other. During the period that we accelerated and clocks in Andromeda jumped 2 days ahead of us, that light pulse travelled from one planet to the other. But we can accelerate however quickly we like, so we'll conclude that during our brief period of acceleration, the light passing between those two planets travelled much much faster than c. So while you accelerate towards Andromeda, both light and clocks i.
None of the preceding discussion actually depends on the distances being large; it's just easier to visualise if we use such large distances.
So now transfer that discussion to a rocket you are sitting in, far from any gravity and uniformly accelerated, meaning you feel a constant weight pulling you to the floor. Now use the Equivalence Principle to infer that in the room you are sitting in right now on Earth, where real gravity is present and you aren't really accelerating we'll neglect Earth's rotation!
Light travels faster near the ceiling than near the floor. But where you are, you always measure it to travel at c ; no matter where you place yourself, the mechanism that runs the clock you're using to measure the light's speed will speed up or slow down precisely in step with what the light is doing. If you're fixed to the ceiling, you measure light that is right next to you to travel at c. And if you're fixed to the floor, you measure light that is right next to you to travel at c.
But if you are on the floor, you maintain that light travels faster than c near the ceiling. And if you're on the ceiling, you maintain that light travels slower than c near the floor. You can also infer that as a distant wavefront travels transversely to your "up" direction, the more distant parts of it will be travelling faster than the nearer parts. So, just as light bends when it enters glass at an angle, you won't be surprised to see the distant light bend toward you.
And, of course, bending light is something you'll find in textbooks that illustrate the Equivalence Principle with a picture of a guy in an elevator encountering a beam of light. Next step: again in the zero-gravity accelerated frame, as you accelerate toward Andromeda, ask what happens in the direction opposite to Andromeda.
Think of another train behind you if you prefer, but now the velocity v has changed sign: the train is receding instead of approaching. So your changing standard of simultaneity makes clock readings behind you jump backwards, even though the "train clocks" themselves are still "timing forwards" as far as they are concerned. The clocks immediately behind you will appear almost normal, but at some critical distance further back, the amount by which your new standard of simultaneity makes them seem to jump back just balances the amount by which they have timed forwards, and the result is that, as far as your standard of simultaneity is concerned, they have stopped.
This is all about your standard of simultaneity. The clocks themselves don't know anything about what you're doing of course; they just continue to do what they were built to do. So if you accelerate at one Earth gravity, that distance is about 0. The more strongly you accelerate, the closer this "horizon" will be to you. If you stop accelerating, the horizon moves off to be infinitely far away.
So imagine again that the room in which you're sitting is an accelerating rocket far from gravity, and your weight is due to its acceleration upwards. Your 1-g acceleration means you infer that light and time flow faster above you and slower below you.
About one light-year below you is a plane parallel to the floor on which light and time slow to a stop, the horizon mentioned a few lines back. Below that plane time flows backwards, but you can never receive a signal from below that plane—a fact that you can prove easily with a quick sketch on the spacetime diagram of an inertial observer, where you'll notice that you'll forever outrun a light signal that was sent to chase you from that far away, even though an inertial observer says that the light is travelling at c faster than you are.
So you'll never see any weird breakage of causality occurring beyond the horizon. Saying that light and time have stopped on this horizon is a consequence of your changing standard of simultaneity as you accelerate.
Anyone sitting on or beyond the horizon just continues life as usual; they can't be influenced by your state of motion. Although you maintain that they have stopped ageing, they themselves notice nothing unusual.
In that sense, what we say about the flow of time and the speed of light is all about the coordinates that we have used to describe the world of our accelerated frame. But those coordinates are not silly and arbitrary, because they reflect the fact that we can build our accelerated frame by using the standard mechanism of making measurements in special relativity: we construct a rigid lattice of observers whose clocks always agree with ours, and who don't move relative to us.
This construction is precisely what a uniformly accelerated frame is, and it's by no means obvious that it's possible to do: for example, an inertial observer will measure the accelerations of those other accelerated observers to differ from our own acceleration—even though we and all the accelerated observers say that they remain a fixed distance from us and from each other. It MP3) the largest collection of high quality music, and allows you to search your favorites in tags, such as indie, hip-hop, and classical.
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However, it has been suggested in various theories that the speed of light may have changed over time. It also is generally assumed that the speed of light is isotropicmeaning that it has the same value regardless of the direction in which it is measured.
Observations of the emissions from nuclear energy levels as a function of the orientation of the emitting nuclei in a magnetic field see Hughes—Drever experimentand of rotating optical resonators see Resonator experiments have put stringent limits on the possible two-way anisotropy.
The speed of light is the upper limit for the speeds of objects with positive rest mass, and individual photons cannot travel faster than the speed of light. One argument for this follows from the counter-intuitive implication of special relativity known as the relativity of simultaneity.
Such a violation of causality has never been recorded,  and would lead to paradoxes such as the tachyonic antitelephone. For example, as is discussed in the propagation of light in a medium section below, many wave velocities can exceed c. For example, the phase velocity of X-rays through most glasses can routinely exceed c but phase velocity does not determine the velocity at which waves convey information.
However, this does not represent the speed of any single object as measured in a single inertial frame. Certain quantum effects appear to be transmitted instantaneously and therefore faster than cas in the EPR paradox. An example involves the quantum states of two particles that can be entangled. Until either of the particles is observed, they exist in a superposition of two quantum states.
If the particles are separated and one particle's quantum state is observed, the other particle's quantum state is determined instantaneously. However, it is impossible to control which quantum state the first particle will take on when it is observed, so information cannot be transmitted in this manner. Another quantum effect that predicts the occurrence of faster-than-light speeds is called the Hartman effect : under certain conditions the time needed for a virtual particle to tunnel through a barrier is constant, regardless of the thickness of the barrier.
However, no information can be sent using this effect. So-called superluminal motion is seen in certain astronomical objects,  such as the relativistic jets of radio galaxies and quasars.
However, these jets are not moving at speeds in excess of the speed of light: the apparent superluminal motion is a projection effect caused by objects moving near the speed of light and approaching Earth at a small angle to the line of sight: since the light which was emitted when the jet was farther away took longer to reach the Earth, the time between two successive observations corresponds to a longer time between the instants at which the light rays were emitted. In models of the expanding universe, the farther galaxies are from each other, the faster they drift apart.
This receding is not due to motion through space, but rather to the expansion of space itself. Beyond a boundary called the Hubble spherethe rate at which their distance from Earth increases becomes greater than the speed of light. In classical physicslight is described as a type of electromagnetic wave. In modern quantum physicsthe electromagnetic field is described by the theory of quantum electrodynamics QED. In this theory, light is described by the fundamental excitations or Speed Of Light - Inerpois - Speed Of Light EP (File of the electromagnetic field, called photons.
In QED, photons are massless particles and thus, according to special relativity, they travel at the speed of light in vacuum. Extensions of QED in which the photon has a mass have been considered. Another reason for the speed of light to vary with its frequency would be the failure of special relativity to apply to arbitrarily small scales, as predicted by some proposed theories of quantum gravity.
In a medium, light usually does not propagate MP3) a speed equal to c ; further, different types of light wave will travel at different speeds. An actual physical signal with a finite extent a pulse of light travels at a different speed. The phase velocity is important in determining how a light wave travels through a material or from one material to another. It is often represented in terms of a refractive index.
The refractive index of a material may depend on the light's frequency, intensity, polarizationor direction of propagation; in many cases, though, it can be treated as a material-dependent constant.
The refractive index of air is approximately 1. In exotic materials like Bose—Einstein condensates near absolute zero, the effective speed of light may be only a few metres per second. However, this represents absorption and re-radiation delay between atoms, as do all slower-than- c speeds in material substances.
As an extreme example of light "slowing" in matter, two independent teams of physicists claimed to bring light to a "complete standstill" by passing it through a Bose—Einstein condensate of the element rubidiumone team at Harvard University and the Rowland Institute for Science in Cambridge, Mass.
However, the popular description of light being "stopped" in these experiments refers only to light being stored in the excited states of atoms, then re-emitted at an arbitrarily later time, as stimulated by a second laser pulse.
During the time it had "stopped," it had ceased to be light, Speed Of Light - Inerpois - Speed Of Light EP (File. This type of behaviour is generally microscopically true of all transparent media which "slow" the speed of light.
In transparent materials, the refractive index generally is greater than 1, meaning that the phase velocity is less than c. A pulse with different group and phase velocities which occurs if the phase velocity is not the same for all the frequencies of the pulse smears out over time, a process known as dispersion. Certain materials have an exceptionally low or even zero group velocity for light waves, a phenomenon called slow lightwhich has been confirmed in various experiments.
None of these options, however, allow information to be transmitted faster than c. It is impossible to transmit information with a light pulse any faster than the speed of the earliest part of the pulse the front velocity. It can be shown that this is under certain assumptions always equal to c.
It is possible for a particle to travel through a medium faster than the phase velocity of light in that medium but still slower than c.
When a charged particle does that in a dielectric material, the electromagnetic equivalent of a shock waveknown as Cherenkov radiationis emitted. As described above, the speed of light is slower in a medium other than vacuum. This slowing applies to any medium such as air, water, or glass, and is responsible for phenomena such as refraction. When light leaves the medium and returns to a vacuum, and ignoring any effects of gravityits speed returns to the usual speed of light in vacuum, c.
Common explanations for this slowing, based upon the idea of light scattering from, or being absorbed and re-emitted by atoms, are both incorrect. But this effect is not seen in nature. A more correct explanation rests on light's nature as an electromagnetic wave.
The material's protons also oscillate but as they are around times more massive, their movement and therefore their effect, is far smaller. A moving electrical charge emits electromagnetic waves of its own. The electromagnetic waves emitted by the oscillating electrons, interact with the electromagnetic waves that make up the original light, similar to water waves on a pond, a process known as constructive interference.
When two waves interfere in this way, the resulting "combined" wave may have wave packets that pass an observer at a slower rate. The light has effectively been slowed down. When the light leaves the material, this interaction with electrons no longer happens, and therefore the wave packet rate and therefore its speed return to normal.
The speed of light is of relevance to communications : the one-way and round-trip delay time are greater than zero. This applies from small to astronomical scales. On the other hand, some techniques depend on the finite speed of light, for example in distance measurements.
In supercomputersthe speed of light imposes a limit on how quickly data can be sent between processors. Processors must therefore be placed close to each other to minimize communication latencies; this can cause difficulty with cooling.
If clock frequencies continue to increase, the speed of light will eventually become a limiting factor for the internal design of single chips. Similarly, communications between the Earth and spacecraft are not instantaneous. There is a brief delay from the source to the receiver, which becomes more noticeable as distances increase.
As a consequence of this, if a robot on the surface of Mars were to encounter a problem, its human controllers would not be aware of it until at least five minutes later, and possibly up to twenty minutes later; it would then take a further five to twenty minutes for instructions to travel from Earth to Mars.
NASA must wait several hours for information from a probe orbiting Jupiter, and if it needs to correct a navigation error, the fix will not arrive at the spacecraft for an equal amount of time, creating a risk of the correction not arriving in time. Receiving light and other signals from distant astronomical sources can even take much longer.
Astronomical distances are sometimes expressed in light-yearsespecially in popular science publications and media. Proxima Centaurithe closest star to Earth after the Sun, is around 4. Radar systems measure the distance to a target by the time it takes a radio-wave pulse to return to the radar antenna after being reflected by the target: the distance to the target is half the round-trip transit time multiplied by the speed of light. A Global Positioning System GPS receiver measures its distance to GPS satellites based on how long it takes for a radio signal to arrive from each satellite, and from these distances calculates the receiver's position.
The Lunar Laser Ranging Experimentradar astronomy and the Deep Space Network determine distances to the Moon,  planets  and spacecraft,  respectively, by measuring round-trip transit times. The speed of light has become important in high-frequency tradingwhere traders seek to gain minute advantages by delivering their trades to exchanges fractions of a second ahead of other traders. There are different ways to determine the value of c. One way is to measure the actual speed at which light waves propagate, which can be done in various astronomical and earth-based setups.
Historically, the most accurate results have been obtained by separately determining the frequency and wavelength of a light beam, with their product equalling c.
Consequently, accurate measurements of the speed of light yield an accurate realization of the metre rather than an accurate value of c. Outer space is a convenient setting for measuring the speed of light because of its large scale and nearly perfect vacuum.
Typically, one measures the time needed for light to traverse some reference distance in the solar systemsuch as the radius of the Earth's orbit. Historically, such measurements could be made fairly accurately, compared to how accurately the length of the reference distance is known in Earth-based units. It is customary to express the results in astronomical units AU per day. The distance travelled by light from the planet or its moon to Earth is shorter when the Earth is at the point in its orbit that is closest to its planet than when the Earth is at the farthest point in its orbit, the difference in distance being the diameter of the Earth's orbit around the Sun.
The observed change in the moon's orbital period is caused by the difference in the time it takes light to traverse the shorter or longer distance.
Another method is to use the aberration of lightdiscovered and explained by James Bradley in the 18th century. A moving observer thus sees the light coming from a slightly different direction and consequently sees the source at a position shifted from its original position. Since the direction of the Earth's velocity changes continuously as the Earth orbits the Sun, this effect causes the apparent position of stars to move around. From the angular difference in the position of stars maximally An astronomical unit AU is approximately the average distance between the Earth and Sun.
By combining many such measurements, a best fit value for the light time per unit distance could be obtained. For example, inthe best estimate, as approved by the International Astronomical Union IAUwas:   . The relative uncertainty in these measurements is 0. A method of measuring the speed of light is to measure the time needed for light to travel to a mirror at a known distance and back.
On the way from the source to the mirror, the beam passes through a rotating cogwheel. At a certain rate of rotation, the beam passes through one gap on the way out and another on the way back, but at slightly higher or lower rates, the beam strikes a tooth and does not pass through the wheel. Knowing the distance between the wheel and the mirror, the number of teeth on the wheel, and the rate of rotation, the speed of light can be calculated. The method of Foucault replaces the cogwheel by a rotating mirror.
Because the mirror keeps rotating while the light travels to the distant mirror and back, the light is reflected from the rotating mirror at a different angle on its way out than it is on its way back. From this difference in angle, the known speed of rotation and the distance to the distant mirror the speed of light may be calculated. Nowadays, using oscilloscopes with time resolutions of less than one nanosecond, the speed of light can be directly measured by timing the delay of a light pulse from a laser or an LED reflected from a mirror.
One option is to measure the resonance frequency of a cavity resonator. If the dimensions of the resonance cavity are also known, these can be used to determine the wavelength of the wave. InLouis Essen and A. Gordon-Smith established the frequency for a variety of normal modes of microwaves of a microwave cavity of precisely known dimensions.
A household demonstration of this technique is possible, using a microwave oven and food such as marshmallows or margarine: if the turntable is removed so that the food does not move, it will cook the fastest at the antinodes the points at which the wave amplitude is the greatestwhere it will begin to melt. Interferometry is another method to find the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation for determining the speed of light. Before the advent of laser technology, coherent radio sources were used for interferometry measurements of the speed of light.
The precision can be improved by using light with a shorter wavelength, but then it becomes difficult to directly measure the frequency of the light. One way around this problem is to start with a low frequency signal of which the frequency can be precisely measured, and from this signal progressively synthesize higher frequency signals whose frequency can then be linked to the original signal.
A laser can then be locked to the frequency, and its wavelength can be determined using interferometry. They used it in to measure the speed of light in vacuum with a fractional uncertainty of 3. Until the early modern periodit was not known whether light travelled instantaneously or at a very fast finite speed. The first extant recorded examination of this subject was in ancient Greece. Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity concluded that the speed of light is constant regardless of one's frame of reference.
Since then, scientists have provided increasingly accurate measurements. Empedocles c. Aristotle argued, to the contrary, that "light is due to the presence of something, but it is not a movement". Based on that theory, Heron of Alexandria argued that the speed of light must be infinite because distant objects such as stars appear immediately upon opening the eyes. Early Islamic philosophers initially agreed with the Aristotelian view that light had no speed of travel.
InAlhazen Ibn al-Haytham published the Book of Opticsin which he presented a series of arguments dismissing the emission theory of vision in favour of the now accepted intromission theory, in which light moves from an object into the eye. In the 13th century, Roger Bacon argued that the speed of light in air was not infinite, using philosophical arguments backed by the writing of Alhazen and Aristotle. In the early 17th century, Johannes Kepler believed that the speed of light was infinite, since empty space presents no obstacle to it.
Since such misalignment had not been observed, Descartes concluded the speed of light was infinite. Descartes speculated that if the speed of light were found to be finite, his whole system of philosophy might be demolished.
Fermat also argued in support of a finite speed of light. InIsaac Beeckman proposed an experiment in which a person observes the flash of a cannon reflecting off a mirror about one mile 1.
InGalileo Galilei proposed an experiment, with an apparent claim to having performed it some years earlier, to measure the speed of light by observing the delay between uncovering a lantern and its perception some distance away. He was unable to distinguish whether light travel was instantaneous or not, but concluded that if it were not, it must nevertheless be extraordinarily rapid. The actual delay in this experiment would have been about 11 microseconds.
InJames Bradley discovered stellar aberration. The following year Gustav Kirchhoff calculated that an electric signal in a resistanceless wire travels along the wire at this speed. It was thought at the time that empty space was filled with a background medium called the luminiferous aether in which the electromagnetic field existed. Some physicists thought that this aether acted as a preferred frame of reference for the propagation of light and therefore it should be possible to measure the motion of the Earth with respect to this medium, by measuring the isotropy of the speed of light.
Beginning in the s several experiments were performed to try to detect this motion, the most famous of which is the experiment performed by Albert A. Michelson and Edward W. Morley in Modern experiments Speed Of Light - Inerpois - Speed Of Light EP (File that the two-way speed of light is isotropic the same in every direction to within 6 nanometres per second.
Inhe speculated that the speed of light could be a limiting velocity in dynamics, provided that the assumptions of Lorentz's theory are all confirmed. In Einstein postulated from the outset that the speed of light in vacuum, measured by a non-accelerating observer, is independent of the motion of the source or observer. Using this and the principle of relativity as a basis he derived the special theory of relativityin which the speed of light in vacuum c featured as a fundamental constant, also appearing in contexts unrelated to light.
In the second half of the 20th century much progress was made in increasing the accuracy of measurements of the speed of light, first by cavity resonance techniques and later by laser interferometer techniques. These were aided by new, more precise, definitions of the metre and second. InLouis Essen determined the speed as Inthe metre was redefined in terms of the wavelength of a particular spectral line of krypton, and, inthe second was redefined in terms of the hyperfine transition frequency of the ground state of caesium This was times less uncertain than the previously accepted value.
The remaining uncertainty was mainly related to the definition of the metre. They kept the definition of secondso the caesium hyperfine frequency would now determine both the second and the metre. Inthe CGPM stated its intention to redefine all seven SI base units using what it calls "the explicit-constant formulation", where each "unit is defined indirectly by specifying explicitly an exact value for a well-recognized fundamental constant", as was done for the speed of light.
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