An explanation of Michelson Morley experiment

From Tesla, Maxwell, and many others we all have learned that light moves through a medium called ether. A wave that requires a dense medium to propagate is called “elastic” or “mechanic”, because it moves through an elastic or mechanic medium. I will, in the future, analyze some experiments scientists have performed on light: they all prove the Earth is not moving in the universe. To understand them you have to know something more about[…]

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Smoke columns, waterfalls and Coriolis

Surfing the net you often happen to notice images of smoke columns getting out from volcanos and raising up to great altitudes. This is a phenomenon  by many considered to be  a clear evidence  the Earth is not spinning. Many people could  get the same impression in relation with high waterfalls: the fact that water falls on a straight line and doesn’t bend would be a clear consequence of the Earth being stationary and not[…]

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Coriolis Effect proves the Earth is not moving.

What s Coriolis acceleration? This is a phisical phenomenon happening to an object moving in a rectilinear way on a rotating surface. Look at the image: in the first picture the ball is moving  over a rectilinear line on a stationary platform. The ball doesn’t resent of any lateral acceleration. When the platform starts  rotating, the ball starts bending its trajectory and the result will prove to be a non rectilinear movement. This side acceleration is[…]

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