14. Duncan W. Shaw, Experimental support for the flowing aether concept of gravity

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Volume 34: Pages 538-547, 2021

Experimental support for the flowing aether concept of gravity

Duncan W. Shawa)

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The article of Apffel et al. [Nature 585, 48 (2020)] reported on an experiment that produced the sight of two miniature sailboats floating upside down to each other on the two sides of a layer of glycerol that was levitated by high frequency vibrations. The vessel on the underside of the glycerol is a remarkable display of the results of simulated gravity caused by vibrations. The present article considers this and other experiments on simulated gravity and finds that they provide support for the flowing aether concept of the cause of gravity.

 

L'article by B. Apffel et al. Nature 585, 48 (2020)] rapporte sur une expérimentation qui a produit la vue de deux voiliers miniatures flottant l'un vers l'autre sur les deux côtés d'une couche de glycérol qui a été en lévitation par des vibrations à haute fréquence. Le vaisseau sur le dessous du glycérol est un affichage remarquable des résultats de la gravité simulée causée par des vibrations. Le présent article examine cette expérimentation et d'autres sur la gravité simulée et trouve qu'elles fournissent du support pour le concept de l'éther courant de la cause de la gravité.

 

Key words: Cause of Gravity; Simulated Gravity; Aether; Ether; Flowing Force; Pushing Force.

Received: September 21, 2021; Accepted: October 11, 2021; Published Online: November 17, 2021

 

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