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Aether theory with experimental verification
« on: 23/06/2013 08:04:00 »
My name is Branislav Pavlović. I am from Serbia. I wrote a book ”Teorija etra sa eksperimentalnom verifikacijom”. My book is in Serbian. In this book I present the main results of my scientific work. My theory is based on the hypothesis of the existence of aether. Book is about aether and theory of relativity. In my work, I have devoted great attention not only to theoretical considerations but also to the explanation of experiments.  Book was published by Lulu.  More information about the book can be found on the website work is under Standard Copyright Licence, but you can download the book from my site.

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1. Introduction
2. Theories and concepts of aether from ancient philosophers to contemporary viewpoints
3. Analysis of the elementary results of the special theory of relativity
4. Postulates of the aether theory
5. Elementary results of the aether theory
6. The Michelson-Morley experiment
7. The OPERA experiment - neutrino anomaly
8. Relativity of simultaneity
9. The Fizeau experiment
10. The interpretation of the Michelson-Morley experiment in case of the existence of dialectrics in the branches of the interferometer
11. The aberration of light
12. The Hoek experiment
13. The Doppler effect
14. Redshift and blueshift. Change of the frequency of the quantum system
15. The Ives-Stilwell experiment
16. The application of the Doppler effect in the analysis of the Michelson-Morley experiment
17. Experimental testing of the special theory of relativity using laser spectroscopy of fast lithium ions. Determination of the absolute velocity of the Earth
18. Experimental testing of the transversal Doppler effect using Moessbauer spectroscopy
19. The temperature dependent Pound-Rebka experiment.
20. The atomic clocks experiment on a rotating platform. The application of the aether theory within the system of general positioning (GPS)
21. The Pioneer anomaly
22. Henri Poincaré and the theory of relativity
23. The transformation of mechanical quantities from the standpoint of the aether theory
24. Applying equations to transform mechanical quantities on the grounds of the aether theory
25. The analysis of electrodynamics
26. Space and time from the standpoint of Newtonian mechanics
27. The analysis of the general theory of relativity. The explanation for certain experiments based on the application of optics and electrodynamics.
28. The movement of light in noninertial reference systems. The Sagnac effect
29. Using femtosecond lasers for experimental testing of the invariance of the speed of light


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Re: Aether theory with experimental verification
« Reply #1 on: 16/10/2013 09:09:57 »
I did not write enough on this forum, but you can read an interesting discussion of aether, Michelson–Morley experiment, theory of relativity here the Mainstream- Aether theory with experimental verification


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Re: Aether theory with experimental verification
« Reply #2 on: 16/10/2013 16:27:24 »
It was very honest of you to point us to cosmoquest where you appear to have been anihilated rather quickly. As someone who thinks LET is more likely to be correct than SR, I was open to any ideas you had to offer, but it doesn't look promising. I suggest you put all the other forums on hold (where you've started the same discussion) and focus on Cosmoquest before your 30 day window of opportunity runs out. You need to land a few punches there to prove that you know your stuff. If you can do that, then I'll maybe be more interested.

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