The sun analemma

In my latest articles, I have illustrated how an ether vortex could be detected in 1925 by the use of an interferometer. The speed of this vortex is comparable to the diurnal speed of the sun. Such a vortex can influence the speed of light that will not be perfectly the same in all directions all over the Earth. The difference is, however, so small that it is not detectable in our normal daily activities.[…]

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Analemma and Klein Flӓsche

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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