Aether vs. Relativity; Proof of Einstein’s Grand Folly

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Airy’s Failure And The Sagnac’s Experiment

Airy’s “Failure” was that to observe a particular star he did NOT have to increase the tilt of his telescope when he filled it with water. This animation demonstrates what happens, proves that the Earth is stationary and therefore at the centre of the universe – as the Bible maintains.fe einstein dress

Sagnac’s experiment proved the existence of the aether, thus demolishing Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Complaints by two experienced physicists that when they were at university, they were never informed about this important experiment. When other experiments – Airy’s Failure, Michelson-Gale’s experiment (also not taught at universities!) and of course the famous Michelson-Morley experiment- a completely different picture of the cosmos emerges – with the Earth at the centre of the universe.

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Gerrard Hickson PORTRAIT OF THE AUTHOR, BY HIMSELF *** It will be remembered how Hipparchus failed to get an angle to the stars 2,000 years ago, and arrived at the conclusion that they must be infinitely distant; and we have seen how that hypothesis has been handed down to us through all the centuries without …

 

2 thoughts on “Aether vs. Relativity; Proof of Einstein’s Grand Folly

  1. rwederfoort May 2, 2016 at 4:53 pm Reply

    Reblogged this on ronaldwederfoort.

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  2. hiroji kurihara October 4, 2018 at 12:48 am Reply

    Aether is Measurable

    On the moon’s surface, there is a passenger car. To the roof, waves of sun-light (plane waves) are coming horizontally. In the roof, there is a small hole. When the passenger car moves to the right (or to the left), a point of light projected on the floor will move.

    Moon’s motion (horizontal) will have an effect (on the point of light) also. The angle of light ray (in the passenger car) will not be 90 degrees.

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