Classical Physics

   

Michelson's Experiment of Force Majeure?

Authors: Vladislav Mirkin, Ph.D.

 The article shows that almost "negative" results of the Michelson-Morley-Miller and all subsequent experiments due to the fact that the selected standards of measurement of the size and time have changed almost simultaneously with the measured parameters. That means that all the "old" and modern experiments could not answer the question of the existence of the ether in principle. Furthermore, even in the first experiments the result was already present, which should be interpreted as the presence of the ether.

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[v1] 2016-10-30 09:23:06

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