**Fundamentally Anisotropic Light-Velocity at the Foundation of Classical Physics**

Thomas E. Chamberlain, Ph.D.*

* “... any two clocks of [accelerated system] Σ are synchronous with respect to [nonaccelerated reference system] S at the time t = 0, and undergo the same motion, they remain continuously synchronous with respect to S.*

* On the other hand, we must not consider the [same-motion] local time as simply the “time” of Σ, because, in fact, two [clocks] at two different points of Σ are not [synchronous] in the sense of [special relativity] when their local times are equal to each other.” Quotations in reversed order. (Albert Einstein, Principle of Relativity and Gravitation, 1907, p. 900) *

**ABSTRACT**

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While it is certainly true that Einstein’s special and general theories of relativity are insightful and useful models of physical reality, they are interim theories destined to be contained within a deeper understanding. An examination of Einstein’s 1907 essay *Principle of Relativity and Gravitation* reveals “same motion” acceleration within his “nonaccelerated reference system *S *” as the basis for an alternative transformation as foil or counterpoint to the standard Lorentz transformation. Using this alternative transformation - closely related to the recently substantiated __optically-anisotropic__ *Selleri gauge* (Rizzi et al., 2008) - Einstein’s *progressive time-shift* due to linear, first-order acceleration is re-derived at the deeper anisotropic level, thereby further validating the Selleri gauge. This same-motion transformation is again employed within Einstein’s reference system *S* - but now in a *two-phase* procedure - to establish Selleri’s optical anisotropy as a fundamental* *condition of space-time. Indeterminate space-time of relativistic-classical physics is also established in a similar (two-phase) procedure, by showing Schrödinger’s cat to be (briefly) both alive and dead in the determination and conclusion of a removed observer. These advances define a new *neoclassical* *paradigm* midway between the relativistic-classical and quantum-mechanical paradigms, and recommend *singularly* unbounded (i.e., one-way infinite) light-speed as the empirically-promoted basis for resolving the Bell-EPR impasse and defeating the divide between classical physics and quantum theory.

Fundamentally Anisotropic Light-Velocity at the Foundation of Classical Physics

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* Independent Researcher. Los Angeles, CA. Rev 3; January 14, 2016. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it \ www.chamberlain-west.com