Clock synchronization, a universal light speed, and the terrestrial red‐shift experiment

Alan Lang Macdonald
1983 American Journal of Physics  
This paper (i) gives necessary and sufficient conditions that clocks in an inertial lattice can be synchronized, (ii) shows that these conditions do not imply a universal light speed, and (iii) shows that the terrestrial redshift experiment provides evidence that clocks in a small inertial lattice in a gravitational field can be synchronized.
doi:10.1119/1.13500 fatcat:omddc3gglbaxhkh7i7gvib4ulq