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#### tesla2

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##### ONE LASER and " 400 years old Mr Galileo's problem "
« on: 26/12/2012 12:49:08 »
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Have a nice reading..
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Michelson Morley proved that
light speed is indepentent .

Light speed is C not C+Vearth!
(They confirmed all directions )
Above fact always will be part of modern physics

... below drawing explain what realy Michelson Morley proved .
Please  turn on/off  laser or radio remote.

GALILEO STARTED
HIS WINDOWLESS ROCKET PROBLEM

Similar to below paragraph  You can find in many books. Nobody solve below problem for Einstein also it is impossible recognize speed V without windows

" Imagine an observer traveling inside a windowless spaceship moving away from the sun at constant velocity. Galileo asserted that there are no mechanical experiments that can be made inside the rocket that will tell the occupants that the rocket is moving . The question are we moving'' has no meaning unless we specify a reference frame (are we moving with respect to that star'' is meaningful). This fact, formulated in the 1600's remains very true today and is one of the cornerstones of Einstein's theories of relativity."

One Laser + zero theory = zero problem !?
In real home test  I used Nikon 5000 camera sensor + dark filtre ( my T-shirt :), distance camera laser was about :) 4 km = 2,5 miles details later...
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If You not like use calculator  point 1-3 can help
1 Distace laser/sensors = 300 000 km
2 Laser turn on/off  time  t=0,1 s
3 What will register  sensor   - time between (0,1 - 1) s  and after ?

During time T laser has many new positions. The same  energy portion E the same time T but area of work is different?  What mean speed V and 2V ?

The brightness of beam  "Luminous Intensity"
and geometry (long,wide ) not  the same ?

The reason is constant V and Omega ?

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KOPERNIK stoped the SUN.
MAROSZ stoped the Space
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« Last Edit: 26/12/2012 13:10:39 by tesla2 »

#### Phractality

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##### Re: ONE LASER and " 400 years old Mr Galileo's problem "
« Reply #1 on: 26/12/2012 19:28:54 »
A popular misconception is that Michelson-Morley proved there is no aether. No; they only proved that their own assumptions about the nature of aether were wrong. They thought the aether was a fluid, and it should be dragged along by the Earth. Einstein believed the aether was a solid, and light moves thru it like acoustic shear waves in a solid. (He had no explanation of why the Earth moves thru the aether without dragging it.) He proved that the MM experiment has a null result regardless of whether there is an aether. The length contraction and time dilation of SR are all you need to explain the null result of MM.

I believe Einstein missed one very important aspect of the aether. Not only light, but also masses consist of acoustic shear waves propagating thru the solid aether. In my model, fundamental particles are orbiting pairs of photons. If a photon is an acoustic wave in the aether, there is no reason for it to drag the aether. Likewise, if planets are made of particles, and particles consist of orbiting pairs of photons, there is no reason for planets to drag the aether.

I see the aether as an ultra-stiff, ultra-dense, homogeneous and isotropic solid. I believe the aether is the medium of gravity, as well as light. The medium of gravity has no gravitational mass of its own. It does have inertia, and the inertial density of the aether is probably many times greater than that of a black hole. If we knew how dense the aether is, we could calculate its stiffness (shear modulus) from the formula speed of acoustic shear waves in solids.

I also see no reason to postulate aethereal currents, eddies, vortices, etc. If the aether has inhomogeneities, they must be too large or too small for us to detect. There conceivably may be inhomogeneities near the Plank scale and smaller or near the scale of the Hubble limit and larger.

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##### Re: ONE LASER and " 400 years old Mr Galileo's problem "
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