Implications of Hafele-Keating, Michelsom-Morley, & Michelson-Gale Experiments

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Scientific Paper
Title Implications of Hafele-Keating, Michelsom-Morley, & Michelson-Gale Experiments
Author(s) Antonis Agathangelidis
Keywords Ether
Published 2001
Journal Galilean Electrodynamics
Volume 12
No. of pages 7
Pages 43-49

Abstract

There were two serious flaws in Hafele's "general-relativistic" calculations: # He calculated the "proper times" d, of his own atomic clocks, by means of the special relativistic equation dt = ds/c, as if the gravitational potential ?' of the space inside the flying airplanes or on the ground, was zero ( ? = 0 ).

  1. He did not complete his theoretical calculations for the heliocentric non-rotating frame.

Such a calculation leads to conclusions that are devastating for GRT. On the other hand, the Hafele-Keating (H-K) experimental result shows surprising similarities to both the Michelson-Morley (M-M) and the Michelson-Gale (M-G) classical optical results. These analogies are fatal for present-day SRT & GRT. We have to accept Stokes?s model of ether (1845), or otherwise "Earth's Ether Atmosphere" (EEA).