Einsteins theory of relativity is built upon the assumption that the speed of light is the same to all observers. However for his theory measurements of the speed of light were only done by observers which were statuory on the surface of the earth. They always concluded the same result i.e. Speed of light = c. According to the Kha theory the speed of light is always c relative to the Kha field within which it is travelling. As the Kha field follows the earths surface, all measurements of the speed of light done on the surface of the earth, will be c.
Let us look at the light from a galaxy, which is moving away from us at the speed v. The light from the galaxy will have the speed c relative to the galaxy, when emitted. Einstein believed this, and the Kha theory also supports this, as the Kha field follows the galaxy. But Einstein assumed that the light from the galaxy also has the speed c relative to an observer on earth. This assumption is not supported by measurements, and it is not correct.
According to the Kha theory, the speed relative to the observer on earth of the light emitted from the galaxy must be less than c. The speed must be c-v because of the movement of the galaxy. The light from the galaxy will, on its journey to earth, gain speed to c. Einstein assumed that light moves in empty space, and can not change speed. According to the Kha theory, light moves within the Kha field, and its speed depends on the speed of the Kha field within which it is travelling.
This wrong assumption by Einstein means that our previous and current calculations of the speed of galaxies are incorrect. This has, in turn, lead to the wrongful opinion that the expansion of the universe is accelerating. Abstract ideas like “curvature of space” and “time dilation” are also borne by this misunderstanding.
Some calculations in Einsteins theory of relativity are correct, for instance the formula for kinetic energy. This formula can also be explained by the Kha theory. In fact all phenomena explained in Einsteins theory of relativity can also be explained by the Kha theory or by other physical laws.
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