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Entrainment of Luminiferous Medium with Massive Solids

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104051, PP. 1-7

Subject Areas: Modern Physics

Keywords: Luminiferous Medium, Aether, Dark Matter, WIMP

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Experiments on searching the space flows of luminiferous medium through Sagnac interferometer have been conducted. To do this, in one of the interferometer arms the inhomogeneity has been introduced in the form of a transparent tube with distilled water. The difference in speeds of the interferometer was registered in relation to the medium when changing the tube orientation from S-N to W-E: By shifting the interference fringe on the screen. Measurements were carried out in two places: 30.2 East longitude/60.5 North latitude at a height of 165 m above sea level; 41.3 East longitude/43.6 North latitude at height 2850 m. Flows with speeds > 45 m/s were not observed. The result is explained by entrainment of the medium due to gravitational attraction to the Earth, the Sun and Center of the Milky Way: Similar to how it happens to other physical medium.

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Korolev, A. I. (2017). Entrainment of Luminiferous Medium with Massive Solids. Open Access Library Journal, 4, e4051. doi:


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