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Michelson-Gale: an experiment left unfinished

Michelson Morley’s experiment: the implications The Michelson Morley experiment of 1881 has enormous implications. After analyzing them, scientists could have perceived there is not a relative movement between the Earth and the ether. The aim of the experiment was to detect, by the use of an interferometer appositely conceived, a possible movement of the Earth with a speed of 30 km/s around the sun. The experiment failed, not because of the non-existence of the ether,[…]

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The Sagnac effect and the speed of light

Gravity is an electromagnetic, etheric phenomenon caused by a non-uniform concentration of etherons in the space. This generates a force field and a consequent vertical ether wind that acts on bodies. They all have a mass with an acceleration of g=9.81m/s2 that produces a force F=m*g. A horizontal wind of ether  to understand the motion of the sun We could wonder if there is another horizontal wind beside the vertical one. To answer we can[…]

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Wind of ether over the Flat Earth

 Here you can find our book Wind of ether.  We wonder if, over the earth,  an ether wind does really exist.  There are people explaining the failure of the Airy’s experiment on account of the presence of a wind of ether. Why? The reason is that this failure cannot be explained by the motion of the Earth, which is immovable. Accordingly, the Michelson Morley experiment failed to reveal a motion of ether on the Earth.[…]

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Analemma of the Sun and the Klein Bottle non Orientable Surface

Analemma and Klein flӓsche have possibly something in common. Let’s explain. As I’ve sometimes suggested on the pages of this blog, the moon keeps on moving inside a nonorientable Mӧbius strip. This is a surface able to give the reason for the lunar phases. When the lunar disc keeps on running a full lap around its Mӧbius belt,  it will turn out, in the end, to be moving on the opposite side of the strip[…]

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