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The more than hundred years old conflict between Michelson's results and his prediction is analyzed and explained. Michelson predicted that a second order effect of an ether-wind at least equal to our planets velocity in relation to the centre of our planetary system should be detectable. This means an effect in two-way propagation time of at least equal to 10-8 of c. The result is instead an observed effect less than 10-14 of c, according to [1].[[Category:Scientific Paper]]
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The more than hundred years old conflict between Michelson's results and his prediction is analyzed and explained. Michelson predicted that a second order effect of an ether-wind at least equal to our planets velocity in relation to the centre of our planetary system should be detectable. This means an effect in two-way propagation time of at least equal to 10-8 of c. The result is instead an observed effect less than 10-14 of c, according to [1].
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Revision as of 10:20, 1 January 2017

Scientific Paper
Title The Mythic Michelson Effect
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Author(s) John-Erik Persson
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Published 2008
Journal None
No. of pages 2

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Abstract

The more than hundred years old conflict between Michelson's results and his prediction is analyzed and explained. Michelson predicted that a second order effect of an ether-wind at least equal to our planets velocity in relation to the centre of our planetary system should be detectable. This means an effect in two-way propagation time of at least equal to 10-8 of c. The result is instead an observed effect less than 10-14 of c, according to [1].