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Even before the detection of gravitational waves by LIGO, it was observed that the Hulse-Taylor binary neutron star system experienced orbital decay at exactly the rate predicted by relativity if the system emitted energy in the form of gravitational waves: http://aspbooks.org/publications/328/025.pdfTake a look at the fourth page of the document to see just how closely the data matches the predictions. An awfully convenient coincidence if gravitational waves do not exist. If gravitational waves don't exist, then what was carrying the energy of the system away to allow for such orbital decay and why did it exactly match gravitational wave predictions?
Do you believe the ether has mass?
Massless things are not affected by centrifugal forces. You can't "centrifuge" them.
The ether is big and , at least in places, it's very near things that are big and dense. (Black holes if you believe in them; but stars will do if you don't). So how come it doesn't collapse under its own gravity?
Aether is an excitation of praether the fundamental essence.
Quote from: mad aetherist on 07/02/2019 20:22:53Aether is an excitation of praether the fundamental essence.You are building a house of cards of nonsense there. The rest of your post says "because magic"
And everything is magic untill explained.
Quote from: mad aetherist on 07/02/2019 20:39:45And everything is magic untill explained.Well, sort of... But you are seeking to use magic as the explanation.