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This is an experimental paper, resembling the Sagnac Effect (SE), but using electrical signals in closed conductive wire loops with an area. The results are completely different than the SE, depending on the time of the day and the epoch. We curried several experiments, and we measured and studied velocities of square pulse signals, propagated along a one-dimensional wire. In particular, we determined, the existence of very important of a preferred velocity of the order of 30000 Ã¢ÂÂ 425 m/s. Our experiment concerned a type of SE, M-M and Michelson- Gale1 Experiment (M-G Exp.), all together abbreviated to SE-M-M-G. However, the present experiment is using inexpensive electrical signals of square pulses with a cable installation. It is of a higher range of measurements than the SE-M-M-G Exp. In the literature, these signals have been specified wrongly in the past. They were referred as group velocities or phase velocities or time reversed precursor signals, (never observed this unphysical time reversal in our Universe before). By the obvious purpose to make no contradiction or harm to the “Theory Special Relativity.” The present discovery concerns the very roots of Special Relativity of EINSTEIN that own velocity of an observer can be observed (always absolute, due to an existing curvature, due an existing gravitation field which extends to infinite in the universe) to the point (SR) is threatened its viable existence. We show that we detect the crest of a square pulse signal. A capable signal of diverting the beam of our oscilloscope, or turning on a lamp, or triggering a relay, as the trigger of the presently used oscilloscope, or in general telecontrolling information. Thus, carrying information slower or faster than the velocity of light. Therefore, it is violating the very core of Special Relativity of Einstein in many ways, and not for the first time50, but not to its very roots and to complete depth of extinction.

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**Author(s):** Pappas PT*, Pappas TP and Pappas LP

Violation of special relativity, One-dimensional wires, privileged velocities, The utopia of inertial frames, Inversion special relativity, Sagnac effect, Superluminal and subluminal signal velocities, CERN, Observers own velocity observed by the same observers themselves, Physical Mathematics, Axioms, Topology, Integration , Algebraic Geometry, Quantum Mechanics, mirror symmetry, Noether's theorem, Quantumelectrodynamics, Hamilton Mechanics, vector bundle, Riemannian Geometry, Theory of Mathematical Modeling, Fourier Analysis, Theoretical Physics, Analytical Geometry, Differential Equations, Complex Analysis.

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