A wind of ether causes gravity

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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. As stated by mainstream scientists, such a motion should have had the speed of 30 km/s. It would be the correspondent speed of the revolution of the Earth around the sun, the speed that determines the aberration of light. But, alas, no ether wind could be detected.

An experiment into the state of the ether

On this account, Airy’s failure cannot be attributed to the ether wind. Michelson’s experiment proved it does not exist any such a wind and the aberration is more a refractive phenomenon.  It is commonly accepted the fact that there is not an ether wind over the Earth. Anyway, is that the true reality? Let’s consider, once more, the actual meaning of the Michelson Morley experiment. This experiment has been considered the exhaustive proof of the non-existence of the ether. In 1881 Michelson, to verify the state of the ether decided to measure the speed of light in different directions, by using an interferometer.

An evidence of no relative motion of the ether

The interferometer makes it possible to split a light beam into two parts.  Two beams are traveling and following two perpendicular paths. They are later reunited on a screen and form interference figures. By orienting the interferometer in different directions Michelson should have registered a change in the fringes. Michelson, however, didn’t register any change coherent with the motion of the Earth around the sun. This has been interpreted as the evidence of the non-existence of the ether. The logic conclusion was that the ether can’t have a relative motion in accordance with the Earth. As we all know, there is no relative motion because the Earth doesn’t move around the sun at the postulated speed of 30 km/sec.michelson

A gravity model based on ether

However, something more must necessarily exist. Analyzing gravity we were able to establish a gravity model based on ether. (see this articles: http://earthmeasured.com/ether-g-etherons-and-gravitation/ http://earthmeasured.com/etherons-could-be-higgs-bosons/) A non-uniform concentration of etherons produces, in fact, a field of force that causes an ether wind downward. Here is the problem. The ether wind is blowing on a vertical plane and not on a horizontal one.

No horizontal movement of the ether

The Michelson Morley experiment has correctly revealed that the Earth doesn’t rotate around the sun. This is a consequence of the fact that there is no relative motion of the earth with the ether on a horizontal plane. But, on the other hand, an experiment made on a vertical plane could reveal a change in the interference fringes due to the moving ether.

Proving an ether wind vertically oriented

Having made farther researches, I’ve found that such an experiment has been done. In 2009 the German scientist Martin Grusenick proved experimentally the existence of the ether. Using an interferometer he clearly revealed the presence of an ether wind vertically oriented with respect to the surface of the Earth. Grusenick contrived an interferometer very similar to that used by Michelson in his own experience. He thought of putting the plate of the interferometer in rotation around an axis parallel to the Earth. This way the plate, being perpendicular to the Earth surface, would reveal a change in the interference fringes.

Gravity as the consequence of the vertical wind

Paul Laviolette quoted this experiment as an evidence of the validity of his etherons theory. My only annotation is that Laviolette believes the Earth is a globe. In his etheric model, he believes that a particular G etheron does exist. Laviolette states that there is a continuous formation of G etherons or gravitons (as they are called in the standard model). They originate from the normal etherons that fill the space. He postulates that, in the condensed matter, there is a less accentuated formation of G etherons. This would cause a different concentration of the etherons and a consequent vertical wind of ether. Gravity is a consequence of such a wind and, as he states, the law is varying with the radius given by Newton.Newton

An electrical stress in the space between dome and earth

I have to be grateful to Laviolette, Euler, and so many other deep thinkers. They have brilliantly opened the way to the understanding of gravity through the notion of a vertical wind which generates it. I have just to add a small adjustment to their theory. And this is simply because the Earth is flat. There is a dome over us causing a sensible difference in potential with regards to the lower ground. This will be the cause of an accumulation of etherons near the dome and the consequent creation of a field of force sustaining a wind of etherons. This is my explanation of gravity: a vertical wind of ether generated by the electrical stress in the space between dome and Earth.

All movements are movements of ether

Is there a wind of normal etherons or, as Laviolette posits, of G-etherons? Further studies, will certainly give the answer. Have we finished deepening all the needed understanding of the ether wind? Absolutely not. In reality, many scientists during the nineteenth century did agree in saying that all movements are movements of ether.

What about ether vortexes?

What about the sun and the moon? Are they moving on their spiral trajectory due to an ether vortex? All we know is that the Michelson Morley experiment has not revealed a horizontal wind. However, we have to notice that this experiment failed to measure a movement of the ether of about 30 km/s on the Earth surface. This is the supposed yearly speed of the earth around the sun. It is also the motion of the Earth that generates seasons. On a Flat Earth model, seasons generate according to the motion of the sun between the two tropics on a conical spiral trajectory. Between the tropics, we have a distance of 6660 km that the sun runs in one year up and down.

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The sun: seasonal motion upward or downward

The speed of the sun in this direction is thus:

that is a very low speed in comparison with 30km/s. So we understand why Michelson failed. In the calculation, I considered a 360 days year.

A daily speed motion

The motion of the sun, however, is not only the yearly one but the daily one as well. Probably an ether wind is sustaining the daily speed, too. Let’s calculate the speed, that obviously changes with the radius. So we can try the calculation considering the equator at 11100 km radius. The circumference is 11100*2*pi= 66600km where 2pi  is six as you already know, provided you are a usual reader of this blog. The sun runs this circumference in 24 hours. So we have a speed of:

that is already a good speed even if it is much lower than the 30 km/sec mainstream science postulates.

The Sagnac effect and the Michelson Gale experiment

Could an interferometer ever reveal the existence of such a speed?  It would mean to reveal an ether wind pushing the sun.  I will show in a further article that the answer should be yes. And it will be a consideration of the Sagnac effect and the Michelson Gale experiment. Bye.

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