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### Author Topic: How can I measure Earth's motion?  (Read 972 times)

#### machmarosz

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##### How can I measure Earth's motion?
« on: 21/11/2015 17:16:30 »
IN BOOKS WE CAN FIND :
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THEORY :
James Clerk Maxwell, in 1861–64, published his theory of electromagnetic fields and radiation, which shows that light has momentum and thus can exert pressure on objects.

SI units :
ENERGY / SPACE  =  [ Joul / cubic meters  = Newton *meter / cubic meters  =  N/m^2 ]

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EXPERIMENT

WHY EARTH IS MAKING OWN ROTATION ?
DYNAMIC PREASURE ( both Earth's side )

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#### machmarosz

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##### Re: AM I ABLE MEASURE EARTH's MOTION
« Reply #1 on: 21/11/2015 17:18:58 »

MICHELSON - MORLEY
(DYNAMICA EDITION  2012 Poland)

How big force is registering left /right wall ( intensity ? )
1 NOT EXIST C+V !
2 where 3D signal started?
3  where are  walls ?

#### alysdexia

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##### Re: AM I ABLE MEASURE EARTH's MOTION
« Reply #2 on: 23/01/2016 06:35:11 »
Liht has angular momentum but no linear momentum: https://www.quora.com/Can-you-help-me-expose-the-radiation-pressure-theory-behind-solar-sails-as-a-sham.  The only linear pressure it can exert is between the two opposite charges of a body which sum to 0.

Don't make sh1t up.

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##### Re: AM I ABLE MEASURE EARTH's MOTION
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