[geocentrism] Re: Moving Earth Deception

  • From: Robert Bennett <robert.bennett@xxxxxxx>
  • To: geocentrism@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 03 Aug 2007 14:26:05 -0400

  ..... However the most interesting point of this exercise was the fact
that despite increasingly sensitive and accurate apparatus, no evidence that
an aether had been identified was found.

[Robert Bennett] The 'null' result meant that MM didn't find the 30km/s
speed they expected, but ~ 5 km/sec.  ==> MM did find anistropy in c, but
didn't acknowledge it. Wiki is giving the MS party line on this.

As we know from GWW, Dayton Miller's exps over 25 yrs clearly established a
non-null aether detection.... and direction.

    The suggestion, so often made, that MM proves the Earth to be
stationary, so far from being conclusively shown, was not even mentioned.

[Robert Bennett] Michelson summarized the MM exp 'null' result as having 4
possible interpretations.... none of which were the static Earth, though
this was an obvious deduction.  Could the dominance of Copernican ideology
be more obvious?

    As such a proof depends in fact upon the presumption of the existence of
an aether which cannot be shown, it seems then that this view springs
entirely from a non scientific base.

[Robert Bennett]  If reference is to Michelson's preclusion of a stationary
Earth,  this is true.

    My understanding is that if an aether indeed does not exist, then this
experiment says nothing at all about whether the Earth moves or does not

[Robert Bennett] Correct. But the result was not zero.

  Paul D

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