Can anyone help me with an experiment of detecting the fabric of space?

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Offline Thebox

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Hello I have an idea how to test for the existence of an aether and to test if space itself has a fabric. Before I explain the idea , is there any one even interested in what I have to say or am I just wasting my valuable time all the time?


P=1 of the experiment giving a conclusive answer.

I just need one scientist to have a bit of belief and who can co-write it putting in all the technical specifications, I want credit for this, I have done the probabilities of the test working and it gives a conclusive answer.


The first scientist who has a bit of faith will get the credit along with me for the experiment, it will work have some faith in my abilities to think.
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Re: Testing for an aether
« Reply #1 on: 24/10/2015 13:21:03 »
[MOD EDIT] CAN YOU PLEASE PHRASE YOUR THREAD TITLES AS QUESTIONS RATHER THAN STATEMENTS?

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Re: Testing for an aether
« Reply #2 on: 24/10/2015 13:30:45 »
[MOD EDIT] CAN YOU PLEASE PHRASE YOUR THREAD TITLES AS QUESTIONS RATHER THAN STATEMENTS?

WE HAVE ASKED YOU TO DO THIS PREVIOUSLY AND IT'S A TERRIBLE PAIN FOR THE MODERATORS TO HAVE TO KEEP REMINDING YOU AND / OR EDITING YOUR POSTS.

CAN YOU PLEASE EDIT THIS ONE TO FIX IT WITHIN THE NEXT 24H PLEASE.

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I am sorry Chris I have in some way misunderstood the section title which says experiments, I already have the experiment and the probability of success of the experiment is 100%.  There is no questions I need to ask about the experiment because I already understand the physics involved and know 100% it will work, there is no calculated error in the experiment. (nothing can go wrong or interferer).

It is neither a new theory, it is an experiment that will define a proof.

Could you move this to appropriate section then please?   

But to be honest once the experiment is written up proper, it would need to be back in the section anyway. I just simply want some credit for it and do not want it to be plagiarised.




added-Maybe I could inbox you the brief details on a trust level to keep it from public until it has been written up and presented as a paper with some credit towards me?  to see what you think .
« Last Edit: 24/10/2015 13:38:13 by Thebox »

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Re: Testing for an aether
« Reply #3 on: 24/10/2015 14:09:33 »
Why don't you just change title to "Can anyone help me with an experiment to test for Aether"
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I may as well  just tell you because arrogant people dont reply , and most of you think I am clueless and stupid.



On earth if we take a cylinder type container with no lid/top on it, and push in a tight fit plunger, the air in the container will produce an active opposing force to the plunger creating a pressure inside of the cylinder. Now if we were to repeat this in space, using a bicycle pump if you like, the plunger should push into the container all the way to the bottom of the container with no opposing force, if there is a force, then space has physical body.


And there you go.

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Simplistic genius

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