## Physics Question #541

Dr. X, a 26 year old female from Cornberry asks on January 13, 2002,

I have made a theoretical discovery in my studies. It concerns vibrations of frame of reference in 4-dimensions to explain events such as the limit to the speed of light, the link between curved linear space and time and last but not the least the problem of light going through 2 slits and making interference patterns. The last case concerns only one particle going through one of the slits but still making interference pattern. The background is from MIT's introducotry books on vibrations and waves and thermal physics, and a fair bit of calculus. It is too easy to be true, so I am kind of worried that if I present it to my University they will take it away. How can I get my idea out without losing my rights to it? By the way I am not crazy, my IQ is 180, the last two times I had the test and I am in second year of engineering. IF you are laughing then consider this, did you know that if you take light, shine it between two plates for eternity, the plates will get closer to each other?, now take the same plates and change the wavelngth of light, you can slowly make one of them stop and the other one speed up, depending on the ratio of their atomic mass. You say why, its because you are losing equivalent of absolute time between successive redirections, as far as the light is concerned the plate is moving all the time, as far as the plate is concerced, ..... I can't go any further, lets just say the photoelectric effect is a special case of a much simpler law, mine. Now tell me how to publish this and put my name on it.

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