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View count: 525 An Alternate Test Using an Optical Interferometer

by Norman Silliman

Purpose: To test using an interferometer whether or not aether drift is present.

Outcome: This result is very significant. This device was designed (125 years ago) to detect an Aether flow. This evidence says YES, there is an Aether! And YES, there is a flow! And YES, it is in the vertical plane (z-axis).

Type: Experiment
Status: Completed

Website: www.21stcenturyideas.com/interferometer.html

Description

The effect is robust, and while the effect is not large, the fringe components are about triple in size, this change in size would have been vindication for Michelson. But the direction is different from where Michelson-Morley was looking and would probably have been a quandry for them. Just like modern day physicists.

This result is very significant. This device was designed (125 years ago) to detect an Aether flow. This evidence says YES, there is an Aether! And YES, there is a flow! And YES, it is in the vertical plane (z-axis).

The implications are, at least, a problem with General Relativity insisting that the 'speed-of-light' is a constant. Also, there is a problem with General Relativity insisting that gravity is the result of a 'warping of space'. For an alternate discussion of gravity, look here.

We need to continuing follow this evidence....

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