The Bending of Light

I think that the fact of having recovered an old dismissed concept, the one about the existence of a vortex of ether acting upon the Earth, will prove to be an intuition of the utmost relevance. This is a powerful concept, able to give a reason for a number of phenomena in connection with the Earth, such as gravity and the motion of the celestial bodies. Explaining the flat Earth mechanism would be an impossible challenge without understanding how gravity works.

Admitting the existence of a vortex of ether

It is only admitting this reality, I mean the existence of a vortex of ether, that you can reach a thorough comprehension of the origin of the gravity force and how this force can act. Proofs of the existence of the vortex are the effects that it produces. Empirically, you can have some evidence of it when you correctly evaluate the results of the  Michelson Gale demonstration. The experiment proved that the light speed is different at different latitudes. This is due to the fact that light moves in the ether. This is the mean supporting the movement of the light.

Light as a vibration

Light is nothing else than a vibration of etherons. The vortex, while vibrating around the North Pole axis, changes its peripheral speed. This is according the linear law Vp=ωxr, where ω is the rotational speed, i.e. about one turn per day. It gives a reason for the variation of the speed with the different latitudes: light is pulled by the ether. The ether is in a rotation, with speeds that are increasing with the radius. This way the light will behave the same way.  It increases its speed with the radius. From this fact we can develop another interesting concept: light is affected by the movements of the ether and the ether pulls the light. It is something similar to Einstein’s idea that the light bends in the ripples of the space-time.

Two main movements

By now, we have understood that the ether moves to perform two main movements. The vortex is rotating around the North Pole and the vertical wind generates gravity. On the other hand, I’m rather skeptical about the idea that gravitational masses are able to bend the space-time and hence the light. You already know that masses do not have an inherent influence over gravity, otherwise, the Earth would be spherical, as a consequence of the gravitational influence.

A parabolic movement

We can conclude that a horizontal ray of light will be bent downward but also curved westward by the ether. In this sense, light follows a parabolic path on a vertical plane. It is like the trajectory of a projectile that bends downward due to gravity. At the same time, it tends to move in a circular way around the North Pole.

Einstein’s 1929 famous experiment

Einstein’s equation to calculate the bending of light due to the gravitational mass of the sun is

He made the calculation and checked it with a famous experiment during the eclipse of 1929.

A thoroughly inacceptable equation

I think this equation cannot be accepted because it is grounded in a totally wrong assumption. It depends on the Newtonian concept of gravity. If we want to calculate the bending of a light beam in the gravitational, ethereal field of the Earth, we must consider the equations of the parabolic motion of a projectile. This is a composition of two movements along the horizontal x-axis and the vertical y-axis. The equation will be the following:

where x0 and y0 are the coordinates of the starting point of the light beam. V0x and V0y are the starting speed in x and y-direction. The equations don’t take into account the fact that the light also bends westward, due to the vortex around the North Pole.

Watching Corsica from Menton in France

Some time ago, I made a calculation of the earth’s curvature between Menton in France and the Corse. Up to mount Cinto in Corsica there is a distance of 195 km. So, from Menton, it shouldn’t be possible to see the mountain. In fact, the total curvature is of 2700 m, exactly like the height of the mountains.  But, rather unexpectedly, it is possible to see a great deal of land from Menton and not just the peak of the mountain.

Someone could say that this is a phenomenon due to the bending of light. A consequence of gravity. We have already made the calculation by the aid of the Einstein’s formula. So, we saw that the influence of the gravitational mass of the Earth would be too small to bend the light in such a measure enough to win the curvature of the globe. Let’s make the calculation now with the new parabolic formulas.

Using the new parabolic formulas

When considering that a ray of light is projected toward Menton from the top of the mountain, we would find:

Y0=2700m;

x0=0;

V0x=c=299792458m/sec;

V0y=0.

 

We obtain that the light bends downward due to the vertical wind of ether Δy=2.07×10^-6mm that is a microscopic length, absolutely negligible in the curvature calculation.

Why is the sun rising from the east and setting west?

I will consider now another bending action over the light. There is a vortex that bends a ray of light westward. This action of the vortex over the light is important to explain some optical phenomena. On short distances, this is a completely negligible phenomenon, but over big distances, it is not indifferent. We can thus explain why on a flat Earth we can see the sun rising from east and setting west.

On a disk, we should see the sun rising at the northeast and setting southwest. In the image below, an observer A should see the sun setting 45° northwest. Anyway, this doesn’t happen and the sun sets more or less westward everywhere on the Earth.

A trajectory tangent to the vortex

Light, however, is bent and pulled by the vortex in a circular path around the North Pole. An observer will thus see the sun setting along a trajectory tangent to the vortex.

This is a pretty good answer to those that use this argument against the flat Earth model.

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