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The VSL Discussion: What Does Variable Speed of Light Mean and Should we be Allowed to Think About ?

@article{Unzicker2008TheVD,
  title={The VSL Discussion: What Does Variable Speed of Light Mean and Should we be Allowed to Think About ?},
  author={A. Unzicker},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={2008}
}
  • A. Unzicker
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • arXiv: General Physics
  • Abstract In the past years, variable speed of light (VSL) theories have been of growing interest but also a sub-ject of controversial discussion. They have been accused both for tautologies and for violating specialrelativity, and concerns have been expressed about the validity of such approaches in general (e.g. Ellis,astro-ph/0703751). Without trying completeness on the issue, the example of Einstein’s VSL attempts(1911) and Dicke’s ‘electromagnetic’ theory (1957) are urges to give some… CONTINUE READING

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