Extinction Shift Principle� : The Details
What is an Extinction Shift?
As apposed to any Doppler shift, a re-emission at the point of interference of a not-yet-interfered-with primary wave takes place as graphically depicted above in the symbol for the Extinction Shift, whereby, from left to right, a longer primary wavelength with velocity c+v relative to the point of interference is extinguished at the point of interference, immediately re-emitting a new secondary wave at the relative frequency of the primary wave in the frame of reference of the interference. The new secondary wave has a shorter secondary wavelength with velocity c relative to the point of interference. The primary and secondary waves have exactly the same frequency in the frame of reference of the interference, i.e., the velocity-to-wavelength ratio of the primary wave equals the velocity-to-wavelength ratio of the secondary wave. The point that has been missed in previous emission theories is that the ordinary real world observer can measure neither the velocity nor the wavelength of a primary wave. The measuring instrument can only discern the frequency of interference as perceived in the frame of reference of the interference.
As a consequence of the mathematical illustrations presented in this book, it is thereby demonstrated that any wavelength of a primary wave cannot be Doppler Shifted, but rather re-emitted as an extinction shifted secondary wave, requiring absolutely no relativistic corrections whatsoever. And there is no direct observation or measurement on the primary wave.
Thus, any primary wave along with its previously undisturbed wavelength is extinguished upon interference and replaced with a new secondary wave with a shifted , i.e., extinction shifted wavelength, moving with velocity c in the frame of reference of the interference.
Unlike earlier emission theories, the principal axioms of the Extinction Shift Principle makes a clear distinction between the measurable and the calculable.
The following graphical illustration is that of a fixed interference, namely, that of a fixed window. The fixed window becomes the secondary source, at the point of interference, thereby re-emitting the previously undisturbed primary wave originating from a moving primary source that is approaching with velocity v from the left of the illustration. The undisturbed primary wave is replaced with a new extinction shifted secondary wave as follows: