                       Ether andMagnetic field
 Galileo andEinsteinare wrong
 EquivalencePrinciple
 Ether andEquivalencePrinciple               THE AIRCRAFT EXPERIMENT THROUGH THE EMISSION OF AN ELECTROMAGNETIC  WAVE TRAIN OF SPECIFIC LENGTH.THE EXPERIMENT     Let us assume (fig. 2) that we have a transmitter A emitting electromagnetic radiation, which is firmly installed at an altitude h above the surface of the Earth, for instance, on a high spot. An aircraft B is moving towards transmitter A at a steady velocity υ, across a straight line and at the same altitude h.As it is known, in this case, aircraft B constitutes an inertial frame of reference (Galilean) moving at steady velocity υ in relation to the Earth (namely, in relation to the Earth’s etherosphere). During the performance of the experiment and over a certain (known) time t, transmitter A transmits to aircraft B a continuous electromagnetic wave train, for instance, microwaves or a LASER beam.Thus, during this transmission, the length of the above-mentioned wave train Ao Bo = ℓ  in relation to the frame of reference of the Earth (namely in relation to the Earth’s etherosphere) will be: ℓ = c t           (1)(c = the speed of light = 3 108 m/sec in relation to the Earth’s frame of reference, namely in relation  to the Earth’s etherosphere). Let us consider, however, what the Theory of Relativity holds. As it is known, according to the Theory of Relativity the velocity Vk of the above-mentioned transmitted electromagnetic wave train AoBo, in relation to the inertial frame of reference of aircraft B, should be equal to c, namely:Vk = c                (2) for (according to the Theory of Relativity) the velocity of the electromagnetic waves (i.e. in our case of the electromagnetic wave train AoBo) is the same for all inertial frames of reference and is moreover equal to c; hence, it will be also the same --i.e. c-- for the inertial frame of reference of aircraft B. Yet, the following question arises:Is what the Theory of Relativity maintains, i.e. Vk = c, valid or not?The answer to the above question will be given following the realization of the actual experiment, which will be elaborated on below. The reasoning that we will adopt  is the following:  According to Classical Physics and on the basis of the new ether model (Earth – etherosphere surrounding the Earth), aircraft B will meet wave-train AoBo = ℓ and will go through it in time. where in relation (3) c + υ is the velocity Vk of the electromagnetic wave train AoBo in relation to the inertial frame of reference of aircraft B, namely :Vk = c + υ                 (4)Thus, from relation (1) and (4) relation (3) becomes: In relation (5), the values of c and t are known a priori in our experiment. As regards the value of t΄, it can be found experimentally, as follows:During the realization of the experiment, at the point where aircraft B meets the first end Boof wave train AoBo, the chronometer will record a certain time t1. Similarly, when aircraft B runs through the entire wave train AoBo and at the moment in which it abandons the last end Aoof the wave train, the chronometer will record another time t2.As a result, time t΄ needed for aircraft B to run through the entire wave train AoBo will be :t΄ = t2 - t1            (6)On the basis of relation (6), relation (5) becomes : As a result, values c, t, t2 and t1 in relation (7) are all known in our experiment. The crucial question that arises now is the following: The answer to the above-stated question (in my opinion) is that, should the experiment be carried out, the value of Vk that results from relation (7) will be greater than the value of the speed of light c, namely it will be:Vk >c  = 3 108 m/sec. In other words, the electromagnetic wave train AoBo in relation to the inertial frame of reference of aircraft B will have a velocity Vk greater than the speed of light c. However, we are well aware that this fact is at total variance with the premise of the Special Theory of Relativity. Therefore, in the event that the latter is true, viz. should relation (7) yield a value Vκ > c = 3 108 m/sec, the Theory of Relativity is undoubtedly inaccurate. EXAMPLE Let us assume that, in our experiment, are:t= 3 sect΄= t2 – t1 = 2,999997 sec. c= 3 108 m/sec.Then, from the relation (7), we have :                                     Vk = 300.000.300 m/sec   (8),  namely                                      Vk > c = 3 108 m/secin relation to the inertial frame of reference of aircraft B.Also, from relations (4) and (8), the velocity υ of aircraft B is:                                     υ = 300 m/sec ©  Copyright 2001 Tsolkas Christos.  Web design by Wirenet Communications