SR and one-way speed of light tests

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The speed of light through the ether is c. If an object travels at close to light-speed it feels the effects of force and time dilation. The result is that it cannot eject matter forwards passed the speed of light, as the push force is dilated to almost zero. Similarly ejecting matter backwards will have the same weakened force. At the speed of light the forces needed to eject matter are zero.

I've had some good feedback on wisp theory. One saying it's one of the best alternative theories they have come across, but had reservations about the wisp binding force being called the nuclear force. I'm not sure whether I should call it by a different name!
 

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