Michelson Was Right
Our problem is that mainstream refuses to talk to us, when we say that Einstein was wrong. I, and prof Hartwig Thim in Linz, have another problem and that is that CNPS members refuse to talk to us when we say that Lorentz also was wrong. I am still waiting for response on my book which I sent to Cynthia W and Ron H a couple of months ago. Therefore, Hartwig and i feel like dissidents in relation to dissidents.
The crucial question is as follows: Since it was assumed that light behaves independent of translational motion of the equipment in the longitudinal arm in MMX we must do the same assumption in the transverse arm. So, we conclude: no effect of the ether wind in the transverse arm. This is Hartwig’s and my opinions and this also was the opinion of Michelson. So, I find it remarkable that no CNPS member has commented on my latest blog post.
Einstein wrong is not enough; we must find who is right, and that is Michelson, in my opinion.
We must use the Galilean transform, and no time dilation, although there is a real contraction of matter, since we have included this contraction in the definition of our unit of length, the meter.
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