An interesting article from 1920

An interesting article from 1920

Aetheric
Aetheric

June 8th, 2017, 3:17 pm #1

Here's an interesting article from 1920 that points out discrepancies in Einstein's theory.

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https://od.lk/d/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
https://od.lk/s/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
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June 8th, 2017, 9:21 pm #2

Interesting.
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Bill Geist
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June 13th, 2017, 11:39 am #3

Here's an interesting article from 1920 that points out discrepancies in Einstein's theory.

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https://od.lk/d/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
https://od.lk/s/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
Another article by C. L. Poor

Deflection of light
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https://od.lk/s/OV8xMzAxMzU5Njlf/josa-20-4-173.pdf
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June 13th, 2017, 12:56 pm #4

Here's an interesting article from 1920 that points out discrepancies in Einstein's theory.

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https://od.lk/d/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
https://od.lk/s/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
Interesting.
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Bill Geist
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June 13th, 2017, 3:54 pm #5

Here's an interesting article from 1920 that points out discrepancies in Einstein's theory.

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https://od.lk/d/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
https://od.lk/s/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
If Spacetime Were a Superfluid, Would It Unify Physics—or Is the Theory All Wet?

If it is true that spacetime is a superfluid and that photons of different energies travel at different speeds or dissipate over time, that means relativity does not hold in all situations. One of the main tenets of relativity, the Lorentz invariance, states that the speed of light is unchanging, regardless of an observer’s frame of reference. “The possibility that spacetime as we know it emerges from something that violates relativity is a fairly radical one,” Jacobson says. It does, however, clear a potential pathway toward rectifying some of the problems that arise when trying to combine relativity and quantum mechanics. “Violating relativity would open up the possibility of eliminating infinite quantities that arise in present theory and which seem to some unlikely to be physically correct.”
https://www.scientificamerican.com/arti ... m-physics/
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Bill Geist
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June 13th, 2017, 3:55 pm #6

Here's an interesting article from 1920 that points out discrepancies in Einstein's theory.

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https://od.lk/d/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
https://od.lk/s/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
This article compares superfluid helium and aether.
https://od.lk/s/OV8xMzAxMzU5NzVf/NewSci ... rfluid.pdf

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June 13th, 2017, 3:56 pm #7

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June 13th, 2017, 7:05 pm #8

Here's an interesting article from 1920 that points out discrepancies in Einstein's theory.

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https://od.lk/d/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
https://od.lk/s/OV8xMjk5MjE1OTJf/See-19 ... ichten.pdf
Spacetime is idiotic concept.
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