Published: 31 August 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/vr7t62vxrp.1
Etienne Brauns


With respect to (the submission of) a third publication in Elsevier Optik (see the preceding publications [1,2]) on the concept of a RVMD (Real Velocity Measuring Device) as an Elsevier Optik follow-up publication of [1,2], this Mendeley set contains an mp4 video and two pdf documents. The mp4 video EMDR13_E_Brauns_Optics2021_June28-30_Kyoto.mp4 is linked to the conference Optics2021 (June28-30), Kyoto, with respect to a presentation by the author regarding [1,2]. The two pdf documents complement the contents of that third publication, on the concept of a RVMD. The pdf document EMDR14_E_Brauns_RVMD_USPTO_Patent_20070222971.pdf has the title 'Patent text&figures “Apparatus to measure real velocity and acceleration"'. That document includes a short introduction to the author's full USPTO patent text on the RVMD (deposited in 2006) and an Annex containing the full patent text (69 pages) itself (including all figures in their original colored layout). The pdf document EMDR15_E_Brauns_RealSpace_Torricelli_Hubble_RVMD.pdf has the title : 'The existence of Real Space and the relevance of the effect of Hubble’s Space Expansion, on observations by a RVMD (Real Velocity Measuring Device)'. That pdf document discusses the existence of RS (Real Space) on the basis of Torricelli's ingenious mercury barometer experiment. That pdf document also proofs that the Hubble space expansion can be totally neglected with respect to RVMD measurements. Reference [1] Etienne Brauns, On two thought experiments revealing two massive theoretical anomalies, proving both the contemporary “ray of light” paradigm to be flawed and the impossibility of a photon to inherit any velocity vector component from its source, Optik 230 (2021) 165858, / Reference [2] Etienne Brauns, On a straightforward laser experiment, confirming the previously published irrevocable falsification of the Equivalence Principle paradigm for photon phenomena, Optik 242 (2021) 167178,



Photonics, Spacecraft, Laser Application, Silicon-Based Photonic Device, Velocity