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The result is that once they move from the sun's gravitational field to the Earths gravitational field,
The big problem is the idea that photons travel from the sun to the Earth independent of the gravitational fields of the sun and the Earth.
I guess you think that there is one electric field in the universe as well.
They showed that the aether wind, if it existed, had a speed relative to the Earth that was much less than the Earth's orbital speed around the Sun.
Einstein took the whole way, and say there is no aether, and no need for it.
People have been arguing that the test instruments contracted in the direction of motion. This would invalidate the MM experiment and Einstein's conclusions.
The third argument is that the photons adjust their speed to the particular reference platform where the measurements are taking place.
The EE'S have taken this approach. Who is correct?
The third argument is that the photons adjust their speed to the particular reference platform where the measurements are taking place. To me, the Earth itself is a reference platform and all photons coming to the Earth will have a velocity C relative to the Earth. If that is true the MM experiment proved nothing at all.
Thus from a geometric mean perspective Einstein has the best fit approximation to the time clocks and distance shrinkage.
The big problem is what is the aether? Every day I have new ideas and new thoughts. I will post a different understanding of the aether soon.
I assume that you believe that Eiinstein produces contradictions while Lorentz the EE wizzard is more correct.
How does the photons interact with space from a physical perspective?
You say that space limits the transmission through it to the speed of light C. Yet various experiments have concluded that space itself can travel faster than C.
The question of the Aether wind looks at something slow compared to the motion of the Earth. Yet it is possible that the Aether is extremely high light speed.
The Michelson/Morley experiment enabled Einstein to produce his theory of special relativity. Einstein's work has produced excellent results such as the slowing of time clocks in orbit around the Earth. Yet the experiment itself was flawed. The big problem is the idea that photons travel from the sun to the Earth independent of the gravitational fields of the sun and the Earth. It was assumed that they travel at the speed of light C without any changes. However as I see it, photons jump at the speed Co and then stop for a tiny amount of time. Then they jump again along the gravitational field lines. The result is that once they move from the sun's gravitational field to the Earths gravitational field, they jump at Co with respect to the center of the Earth. Thus whether the Earth is moving toward or away from the Sun the measured speed is Co. Thus the Michelson/Morley experiment proved nothing at all.