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Old May 6th 2018, 07:24 PM   #1
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luminiferous ether

"More artificial theories have been tried out, assuming that the real truth lies somewhere between these two limiting cases: that the ether is only partially carried by the moving bodies. But they all failed! Every attempt to explain the electromagnetic phenomena in moving CS with the help of the motion of the ether, motion through the ether, or both these motions, proved unsuccessful. Thus arose one of the most dramatic situations in the history of science. All assumptions concerning ether led nowhere! The experimental verdict was always negative." (Weaver, p. 145).


Look Weaver has a phd. what do you think of that. Him supporting mE!!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by lovebunny View Post
"More artificial theories have been tried out, assuming that the real truth lies somewhere between these two limiting cases: that the ether is only partially carried by the moving bodies. But they all failed! Every attempt to explain the electromagnetic phenomena in moving CS with the help of the motion of the ether, motion through the ether, or both these motions, proved unsuccessful. Thus arose one of the most dramatic situations in the history of science. All assumptions concerning ether led nowhere! The experimental verdict was always negative." (Weaver, p. 145).


Look Weaver has a phd. what do you think of that. Him supporting mE!!!!!!!!!!!
Yeah, just imagine that a guy supports the lack of an aether. You are aware than that statement has been known to Physics for more than 120 years?

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