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Rado’s Aether as a Rotating Spring

Raymond H. Gallucci
Year: 2016 Pages: 3
Keywords: Aether, Steven Rado, Sink Vortex, Springs

Despite the long-accepted claims by mainstream physicists that the 1887 Michelson-Morley interferometer experiment ‘proved’ that an aether did not exist, based on its alleged ‘null result,’ ‘dissident’ physicists have long contended that it proved the opposite.  Now there may be as many aether theories as there are dissident physicists who postulate an aether, some believing it to be fixed against absolute space, others that it can be ‘dragged’ by massive bodies such as Earth (and hence the alleged ‘null result’), and some that believe it flows between ‘sources’ and ‘sinks’ throughout the universe.  Some believe it comprises all matter and energy, with light just being one of its various manifestations.  I know not whether there is an aether, but of all the theories so far encountered, one by Steven Rado appears to be quite plausible a