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There the velocity of

the velocity of

apart from the rest of physics by a failure of Galilean relativity there are several ...

There the velocity of

**light**in vacuum was equal to c . In other coordinate framesthe velocity of

**light**was presumably not c . To avoid setting electromagnetismapart from the rest of physics by a failure of Galilean relativity there are several ...

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11.1 Aberration of star positions . V This simple explanation of aberration

contradicts the hypothesis that the velocity of

transmitting medium ( our atmosphere in this case ) or that the ether is dragged

along by the earth ...

11.1 Aberration of star positions . V This simple explanation of aberration

contradicts the hypothesis that the velocity of

**light**is determined by thetransmitting medium ( our atmosphere in this case ) or that the ether is dragged

along by the earth ...

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11.10 World line of a system and the

cone represents the past and the future , while the shaded region outside the

cone is called “ elsewhere . ” A point inside ( outside ) the

have a ...

11.10 World line of a system and the

**light**cone . The unshaded interior of thecone represents the past and the future , while the shaded region outside the

cone is called “ elsewhere . ” A point inside ( outside ) the

**light**cone is said tohave a ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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