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Ether
and
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Experiment 21
Experimental
Verification

 


Experiment 22
Experimental
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The mistakes
of Einstein

 


Spherical
Shell
Problem
 

Recapitu-
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TECHNOLOGY
Fusion:
The “ZEUS”
machine

 


CERN/OPERA
IKARUS
TSOLKAS

 

THE ... EXPERIMENT

ABSTRACT

The ... experiment, which we will elaborate below, is basically the implementation of Experiment XT – b in a laboratory context (See Experiment 5).
The ... experiment which is very simple and inexpensive proves beyond any doubt that the theory of Relativity is a totally wrong Theory of Physics
The experimental proof is very simple and is provided below:

A VERY SIMPLE EXAMPLE

A very simple example which is associated with the ... experiment and proves that the second postulate of the Special Theory of Relativity is utterly wrong is the one shown in Fig. 2.

Note: This example is of a purely didactic nature.

Fig. 2

  1. In Fig. 2 (a) an observer is at rest relative to the Earth and holds a magnetic needle in his hand.
    An electron passes by him at a constant velocity v, relative to him.
    As it is well known, this motion of the electron is equivalent to an electric current of intensity i.
    Therefore, around the electrons linear course a magnetic field is formed causing the magnetic needle that observer has in his hand to deflect.
  2. Conversely, in Fig. 2 (b) the electron is at rest relative to the Earth in position P and observer moves at an opposite velocity– v, relative to the electron.

The question that is being raised is the following:
Will in Fig. 2 (b) the magnetic needle that observer holds in his hand deflect as id did in the case of Fig. 1 (a)?
The answer to the above question is NO.
More specifically, the magnetic needle that observes holds in his hand will deflect only in the case of Fig. 2 (a) and never in the case of Fig. 2 (b).

CONCLUSION

The above simple example demonstrates beyond any doubt that the second postulate of the Special Theory of Relativity is wrong and therefore the entire Theory of Relativity is AN UTTERLY ERRONEOUS THEORY OF PHYSICS.

Note: The electron in the above example can obviously be a metallic sphere (e.g. the size of a soccer ball), which may carry a large electric charge –Q, move at a very high velocity, e.g. v = 10 km / sec and pass very close by the magnetic needle .

THE LAW OF MAGNETIC FIELD CREATION

As it can be observed, in the example of Fig. 2 (a), when the electron e moves relative to the Earth (namely, relative to the Earths etherosphere), observer with the magnetic needle is at rest relative to the Earth.
Conversely, in Fig. 2 (b), when the electron e is at rest relative to the Earth, observer with the magnetic needle moves relative to the earth.
Consequently, from everything explained above, the following basic law transpires:
LAW: When an electric charge q is at rest relative to the Ether (e.g. relative to the Earths Etherosphere), then no magnetic field is created around it.
On the contrary, when an electric charge q moves relative to the Ether, then a magnetic field is created around the orbit of its movement.
As it can be observed, the following law is totally opposed to the second postulate of the Special theory of Relativity

VARIOUS CASES

. Relative to the earths frame of reference S, Fig. 3:
If v is the velocity of an electric charge q , and is the velocity of the inertial frame of reference S` of observer with his magnetic needle, then we have the following cases:

Fig. 3

Fig. 3(a): v 0 and v`=0
Result: The magnetic needle moves from its initial position.

Fig. 3(b): v = 0 and v` 0
Result:
The magnetic needle DOES NOT move from its initial position.

Fig. 3(c): v = 0 and v`=0
Result:
The magnetic needle DOES NOT move from its initial position.

Fig. 3(d): v=v`
Result: The magnetic needle moves from its initial position.

Fig. 3(e): v v`
Result:
The magnetic needle moves from its initial position.

Where, i is the intensity of the electric current that is generated by the movement of the electric charge q.
From all the above, the following conclusion can be drawn:

Conclusion

By watching the magnetic needle M, observer of the inertial frame of reference S`  can immediately verify whether the electric charge q is in motion or at rest relative to the earths frame of reference S.
In particular: 1) If the electric charge q moves relative to the earth, then the magnetic needle
                           will deflect from its initial position, Fig. 3(a), Fig. 3(d), Fig. 3(e).
                       2) If the electric charge q is at rest relative to the earth, then the
                           magnetic needle will remain at rest in its initial position, Fig. 3(b)
                           and Fig.3(c).

. If (Fig. 4) observer uses an electric charge q and a magnetic needle , he can easily verify whether he is moving or at rest relative to the earths frame of reference S.

Conclusion

In Fig. 4:

  1. If the magnetic needle M moves from its initial position, then the inertial frame of reference  S` moves relative to the earth.
  2. If the magnetic needle M does not move from its initial position, then the inertial frame of reference S` is at rest relative to the earth.

    Fig. 4

    Therefore, from the above it results beyond any doubt that the second postulate of the Special Theory of Relativity is utterly wrong.

    In conclusion, the ... experiment was carried out and yielded a negative result, as mentioned above.
    This is a very simple, totally inexpensive experiment that can be conducted even by a high-school student!!!
    The ... experiment can be considered as one of the most important experiments of Physics and perhaps the most significant one of all times.

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