Blue and Red Light
Physicists should instinctively know that higher-energy blue light indicates higher-speed, but Einstein’s theory stifled instinct and suppressed common sense, replacing knowledge with imagination. Einstein thought that light speed was “the same for all colors” but this is not correct. Without experiments to compare the speed of blue light with the speed of red light speed, physicists are in the dark respecting the actual speed of different colors of light. This is why researchers have been unable to answer adequately questions concerning light speed, which actually is not as constant as every physics textbook supposes. Learn more in Chapter 21 of the Universal Model where we discuss a number of fundamental physics problems emanating from Einstein’s theory.