Discovery of Dynamical 3-Space: Theory, Experiments and Observations-A Review
Reginald T. Cahill
DOI : 10.3844/ajssp.2013.77.93
Space Science International
Volume 1, Issue 2
The existence of space as a dynamical system was recently revealed in 2002, following the discovery that the Michelson-Morley light speed anisotropy experiment of 1887 was not null. Numerous later experiments have confirmed that discovery, as reviewed here, with the latest being the discovery of a very simple and cheap nanotechnology quantum detector method for observing space and its fluctuations/turbulence: Gravitational waves. As well over the last ten years the dynamical theory for space has been under development and has now been successfully tested against experiment and astronomical observations, explaining, in particular, the observed characteristics of galactic black holes, galactic rotations and universe expansion, all without "dark matter" and "dark energy".
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