Dayton Miller's Ether-Drift Experiments - Digital Download


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by James DeMeo

This 11-page paper was published in Issue 38 (2001).

From the Abstract: "Dayton Miller's work on an Earth-entrained ether drift (1933) is nearly unknown today in large measure due to a 1955 critique by Shankland et al. (1955) published after Miller's death. Miller's interferometer fringe-shifts showed sidereal-cosmic variations at all times of day and seasons of the year, along the same cosmological axis. Shankland acknowledged the systematic patterns in Miller's data, but explained them away as the consequence of temperature artifacts. My review of the subject suggests this dismissal was not well-supported..."

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