Relativity and Cosmology

   

Michelson-Morley Experiment

Authors: Valery Timin

The Michelson-Morley experiment is devoted to the experimental measurement of the anisotropy of the speed of light propagation on the Earth's surface. Since at that time it was believed that space is filled with ether and light propagates in it, it was assumed possible to determine the speed of the Earth relative to the "ether" and the direction of motion of the Solar system in the space ASO. But the result is known to be negative. Rose "ether wind" was isotropic, to be exact - zero. Why didn't the theory coincide with the experiment? In the orthonormal wave space Einstein's str the coordinates linked to each individual ISO to conditionally fit in space and time, the number of waves from resting in it a reference source. But whatever coordinate system is adopted, the number of waves on the trajectory will not depend on it. And phase of the returning route, the installation of MM-waves will coincide invariably in any ISO. But only with wave standards. Not Galilean absolute! If we had Galilean absolute standards, we would see the world differently. At least – if not eyes, ears, nose, tongue, hands (tactile) and other available feeling organs-at least in physical experiments. But we can not hope for this – all real standards are subject to electromagnetic and gravitational interaction with a finite, equal to the speed of light in a vacuum. And these are again the same waves.

Comments: 12 Pages. timinva@yandex.ru, russian

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[v1] 2019-08-28 15:23:33
[v2] 2019-09-08 15:54:17
[v3] 2019-09-10 14:24:35

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