DETECTING THE MOTION OF EARTH FROM EARTH,
AND FREE ENERGY FROM NOWHERE

Updated : July 4, 2018




MACROSCOPIC COLLAPSE OF THE THEORY ELECTROMAGNETISM
ΑΝD SPECIAL RELATIVITY,

ENERGY PRODUCTION FROM ENERGY WITH AN EFFICIENCY > 100%, OVERUNITY.

PREFERRED VELOCITIES PART 2.

P.T. Pappasa, T.P. Pappasb, L.P. Pappasc.

appappas@papimi.com, btpappas@papimi.gr, clpappas@papimi.gr.

WHAT THE MICHELSON-MORLEY EXPERIMENT FAILED AND DID NOT HAVE SHOWN.
ANISOTROPIC VELOCITIES OF ELECTROMAGNETICS SIGNALS IN AN AROUND CONDUCTOR WIRE LOOP OF 134 METERS

 

Electronic schematic 1. For measuring an electrical signal’s return time delay across a total 134 M. loop, of  a closed wire square via a tektronics digital oscilloscope

,

ABSOLUTE RESULTANT VELOCITY OF THE EARTH IN THE UNIVERSE.

 

EXAMPLE OF MEASUREMENTS AND DIAGRAMS OF CLOCK WISE (CW) AND COUNTER CLOCK WISE (CCW) TIME DELAY OF ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNALS IN A CLOSED 134 M. LOOP.


THE UPPER AND DOWN ANISOTROPY IN GROUPS OF RED AND BLUE DOTS, INVERSES AFTER SOME TIME,
MONTH, YEAR, EPOCH, RELEVANT TO THE MOTION OF THE EARTH.





















DATE TIME
DIRECTIONMEAS. 1 MEAS. 2 MEAS. 3 MEAS. 4 MEAS. 5 AVGColumn 1
Speed Km/sec
..........................
Column 2
Column 3













1//1/18 9.29 CCW 698 690 726 698 714 705.2 190017 304















st14.14 CW 698 706 722 710 718 710.8 188520 305














2//1/18 9.34 CCW 700 688 686 696 710 696 192528.7 306 AV.  V.














ST14'23 CW 708 714 708 712 712 710.8 188520 307 185185.1852













3//1/18 8.24 CCW 764 754 760 766 770 762.8 175668.6 308 REVERSAL














st13.15 CW 762 754 750 760 744 754 177718.8 309 IN THE DIFFERENCE OF MEAN VALUES











3//1/18 3//1/19 3//1/20 750 748 736 736 752 744.4 180010.7 304















st18.12 CW 720 726 726 724 734 726 184573 305














4//1/18 11.52 CCW 836 800 828 852 828 828.8 161679.5 306 HEAVY RAIN














st156.49 CW 844 868 852 844 860 853.6 156982.2 307 HEAVY RAIN














15.35 CCW 724 748 745 760 720 739.4 181228 308 GETING DRY














st20.52 CW 792 795 776 788 776 785.4 170613.7 309 GETING DRY













5//1/18 11.4 CCW 770 768 774 784 772 773.6 173216.1 310 RECOVERY














ST16.40 CW 732 744 732 744 736 737.6 181670.3 311














6//1/18 9.22 CCW 730 744 736 748 754 742.4 180495.7 312 STARTED RAINING












. st14.25 CW 710 708 722 720 722 716.4 187046.3 313 STARTED RAINING












7//1/18 10.03 CCW 714 724 725 582 552 659.4 203215 314 dry miday














st15.11 CW 702 722 698 582 578 656.4 204143.8 315 dry miday














16.04 CCW 566 578 576 586 572 575.6 232800.6   227964.0618














st 21.12 CW 588 578 590 582 582 584 229452.1   AV. V.













8//1/18 8.35 CCW 582 582 582 582 582 582 230240.5   early morning














st13.47 CW 582 594 602 598 594 594 225589.2   early mornig














10.27 CCW 594 594 572 572 572 580.8 230716.3   morning














st15.39 CW 584 588 584 590 598 588.8 227581.5   morning














12 CCW 576 574 582 578 580 578 231833.9   mid day














st17.15 CW 590 600 594 602 600 597.2 224380.4  















12.11 CCW 592 584


588 227891.2  
















CW 604 594


599 223706.2  














9//1/18 10.32 CCW 568 572 572 572 572 571.2 234593.8   MORNING














ST15.49 CW 592 594 590 590 590 591.2 226657.6   MORNING













10//1 9.28 CCW 586 574 586 580 588 582.8 229924.5   MORNING














st14.48 CW 610 698 602 584 606 620 216129   MORNING













11//1 8.17 CCW 586 596 590 592 592 591.2 226657.6   MORNING














st14.01 CW 592 605 600 606 602 601 222961.7   MORNING













12//1/189.17 /9.17 CCW 610 618 617 604 610 611.8 219025.8   " V0= 70/396














st14.45 CW 618 616 622 618 610 616.8 217250.3   V0=70/382













13//1/18 9.21 CCW 684 682 679 542 652 647.8 206854  















st14.53 CW 778 722 714 728 730 736.2 182015.8  














14//1/18/8.46 CCW 608 610 612 610 606 609.2 219960.6   NO AREA














ST14.23 CW 624 634 626 624 634 628.4 213240   WITH DOUBLE TWISTED WIRE  TWISTED WIRE












15//1/18/8.53 CCW 594 594 588 592 598 593.2 225893.5   TOL=443=440+443)/2=443













14.33 CW 588 590 594 594 588 590.8 226811.1  














16//1/18/8.40 CCW 578 570 572 572 572 572.8 233938.5   LSINGLE=43.7METER. , T=440,446













st14.24 CW 604 604 582 604 612 601.2 222887.6    VO=197000KM/S












17//1/18/9.13 CCW 592 588 574 588 580 584.4 229295   V=(u+v)/(1+uv/cc)  













st15.31 CW 612 616 606 604 606 608.8 220105.1   LOL=87.4


OPPOSITE ANISOTROPPY







18//1/18/9.39 CCW 570 575 574 578 580 575.4 232881.5   225744.6556 CW428,CCW444 V=204000,196000 ,196000KM/S KM/S- 8000KM/S








st15.30 CW 604 600 600 610 596 602 222591.4   AV.V.1300:1347 CW424,CCW456 V=206000,1910000KM/S km/s- 15000KMS







19//1/18/9.44 CCW 558 576 568 560   565.5 236958.4  
CW436,CCW456 V=200000 , 191000KM/S km/s- 9000KM/S








st15.39 CW 596 600 604 610   602.5 222406.6  
CW440CCW460 V=198000 ,190000
800KM/S








20//1/18/9.11 CCW 570 570 568 568 574 570 235087.7   21000 CW436,CCW452 V=200000 ,193000
7000KM/S








st15.11 CW 624 624 624 624 624 624 214743.6  
CW432,CCW448 V=202000 ,195000
7000









12 CCW



574 574 233449.5   15000 CW432,CCW448 V=202000 ,195000
7000










CW



612 612 218954.2  
CW428,CCW440 V=204000 ,198000
6000









1315 CCW


575
575 233043.5   12000 CW436,CCW444 V=204000,196000
8000









13.52 CW


606
606 221122.1  
















CCW

576

576 232638.9   41000 cw426 ,ccw446














CW

696

696 192528.7  
cw434,ccw448













15.13 CCW
566


566 236749.1   9000 440,448














CW
588


588 227891.2  
456,448













16.27 CCW 566



566 236749.1   13000 408244














CW 594



594 225589.2  
















CCW
568


568 235915.5   11000















CW
598


598 224080.3  
















CCW

574

574 233449.5   15000















CW

612

612 218954.2  
















CCW


570
570 235087.7   12000















CW


608
608 220394.7  
















CCW



576 576 232638.9   25000















CW



618 618 216828.5  















19.24 CCW 586 586 586 586 586 586 228668.9   11000















CW 600 600 600 600 600 600 223333.3  














22//1/18/8.34 CCW 574 574 574 574 574 574 233449.5   14000














st14.37 CW 608 624 620 608 614 614.8 217957.1  















19.5 CCW 582 584 572 580 580 579.6 231193.9   8000















CW 596 604 598 604 600 600.4 223184.5  














22//1/18/8.20 CCW 644 646 642 634 650 643.2 208333.3   inversion-4000















CW 628 630 640 636 624 631.6 212159.6   raining














14.1 CCW 580 578 572 588 586 580.8 230716.3   dry, 16000















CW 624 628 620 630 624 625.2 214331.4  














23//1/18/10.40 CCW 576 596 576 586 588 584.4 229295   V. DRY,10000















CW 600 608 614 618 612 610.4 219528.2  














24//1/18/9.48 CCW 588 592 592 614 598 596.8 224530.8   2000















CW 620 620 594 586 592 602.4 222443.6  














25//1/18/11.52 CCW 550 572 576 580 580 571.6 234429.7   9000















CW 586 588 594 602 602 594.4 225437.4  














26//1/18/19.08 CCW 562 582 574 574 564 571.2 234593.8   8000















CW 588 588 596 596 592 592 226351.4  














27//1/18/8.32 CCW 596 598 594 588 590 593.2 225893.5   3000















CW 600 606 606 606 600 603.6 222001.3   NT= 134M./20000000M./S=670 NS












28//1/18/9.10 CCW 578 582 582 578 588 581.6 230398.9   7000















CW 604 598 598 602 600 600.4 223184.5   AV.1348-1395 606 594

knot r2 442







29//1/18/ 8.47 CCW 572 588 580 584 582 581.2 230557.5  
592 582

1
436








CW 600 600 600 600 604 600.8 223036   7521.5 574 584
2 2 436
av. T.=438.5




TWISTED 43.7 M CCW 440 440 446 440 436 440.4 304268.8   222609.7386 594 608

1 440
av.v=199500km/s




CW 87.4 TOT. CW 462 454 462 452 458 457.6 292832.2   11436.7 596 602
3 LENGTH=87.4 M.
AV.T=438 NS





SWITCH CCW 438 434 434 430 440 435.2 307904.4   NORMT.=438 608 618


432 464








CW 462 462 462 462 462 462 290043.3   17861.12172 600 612
0ver size4 436 442 NORMAL V..= 87.4/438=200,000KM/S


AISITROPY OF BOARD CCW 440 436 440 440 440 439.2 305100.2   449.8 614 616


450 454






9.6 NS
CW 460 460 458 458 466 460.4 291051.3   14048.9 612 608
5
440 442






30/1/18/11.02 CCW 600 602 598 602 600 600.4 223184.5  
626 612


448 456








CW 636 636 624 536 632 612.8 218668.4   4516.1 612 604
6
454 436






31/1/18/10.34 CCW 590 590 590 594 588 590.4 226964.8  
618 630


454 440 71O6 AV.T=443.6 87.4/443.6= 197000 km/s


CW 628 622 624 632 632 627.6 213511.8   13453.0


conclusion the over sizes pulses become faster





1/2/18/7.51 CCW 610 574 604 590 594 594.4 225437.4  
generally faster slower













CW 606 618 620 620 622 617.2 217109.5   8327.9













2/2/18/110 10.22 CCW 590 606 596 594 596 596.4 224681.4  
596














CW 616 624 624 624 624 622.4 215295.6   9385.8 596












3//2/18 EARLY CCW 656 662 660 660 648 657.2 203895.3   ΝΕΑR       inver.7 680
size of the order 2 v








MORNING CW 666 662 680 668 680 671.2 199642.4   4252.9


sens. of osill. 1v/div.







4/2/18/9.22 CCW 606 606 588 590 600 598 224080.3   EARLY SM. RAIN 516 v=259000 puls. 2 div.










CW 646 634 642 640 634 639.2 209637   14443.2
604 v=221000










 5/2/18/ 9.15 CCW 604 608 602 594 592 600 223333.3  

578 v=231000 puls. Over 10 div'










CW 656 628 652 628 634 639.6 209505.9   13827.4
600 v=223000










6/2/18/8.36 CCW 590 588 594 586 598 591.2 226657.6  

590 v=227000












CW 632 638 630 630 636 633.2 211623.5   15034.1
606 v=221000










7/2/18/8.35 CCW 604 604 600 606 602 603.2 222148.5   AV.1354-1371
576 v=232000 puls2div.











CW 654 652 645 644 644 647.8 206854   15294.6
606 v=221000










8/2/18/9.22 CCW 592 612 616 592 616 605.6 221268.2   216790.6
570 v=235000












CW 576 554 554 584 554 564.4 237420.3 INVERSION -16152.1
588 v=227000










2ND 14.59 CCW 594 610 600 598 606 601.6 222739.4 REVERSED LATER THE SAME DAY 580 v=231000












CW 640 636 646 635 644 640.2 209309.6   13429.8
592 v=226000










9/2/18/19.24 CCW 610 608 602 608 608 607.2 220685.1  

568 v=235000 p. over 10 div.










CW 664 662 636 662 648 654.4 204767.7   15917.4
584 v=229000










10/2/18/9.32 CCW 602 616 616 656 656 629.2 212968.8  

574 v=233000












CW 650 644 654 676 648 654.4 204767.7   8201.1
592 v=226000











17.11 CCW 816 804 788 796 786 798 167919.8   WITH RAIN















CW 828 816 824 820 804 818.4 163734.1   4185.7














17.35 CCW 780 768 776 768 770 772.4 173485.2   WITH RAIN















CW 804 814 778 780 772 789.6 169706.2   3779.1













11/2/18/9.22 CCW 624 638 626 636 634 631.6 212159.6  
















CW 646 662 668 664 652 658.4 203523.7   8635.900877













12/2/188.43 /8.43 CCW 604 600 606 610 608 605.6 221268.2  
















CW 622 634 624 624 622 625.2 214331.4   6936.749857














15.25 CCW 594 598 586 588 592 591.6 226504.4  
















CW 616 618 624 624 622 620.8 215850.5   10653.8794













13/2/18/8.22 CCW 602 602 604 592 592 598.4 223930.5  
















CW 630 638 634 618 632 630.4 212563.5   11367.02951














15.57 CCW 590 596 592 590 584 590.4 226964.8  
















CW 652 642 626 628 614 632.4 211891.2   15073.56155













14/2/18/8.03 CCW 638 628 636 628 630 632 212025.3  
















CW 684 654 658 660 660 663.2 202050.7   9974.653006














15.16 CCW 602 602 602 612 608 605.2 221414.4  
















CW 632 644 634 652 636 639.6 209505.9   11908.46725













15/2/18/8.91 /8.01 CCW 638 644 658 646 636 644.4 207945.4  














RISING
CW 680 674 672 646 670 668.4 200478.8   7466.620307













PULSES 15.36 CCW 684 658 674 678 676 674 198813.1  














ALL REST CW 674 694 688 682 666 680.8 196827.3   1985.794335













FALING 16.03 CCW 672 660 644 632 648 651.2 205774















PULSES
CW 672 692 656 680 672 674.4 198695.1
7078.819356













16/2/18/8.34 CCW 614 636 640 640 658 637.6 210163.1

















CW 668 668 668 668 668 668 200598.8
9564.309274














14.41 CCW 600 600 628 604 596 605.6 221268.2

















CW 664 656 640 660 656 655.2 204517.7
16750.45929














18.18 CCW 612 612 608 604 636 614.4 218099

17/218














CW 632 632 632 632 632 632 212025.3
6073.641878 17.59 BIG CW54VSMALLCCW37.2









17/2/18/9.35 CCW 602 600 610 600 606 603.6 222001.3
see 576 for e.g. 18.09 55V













CW 626 630 620 628 620 624.8 214468.6
7532.695419 18.51 54.2V











18/2/18/8.12 CCW 610 600 610 604 610 606.8 220830.6

19.24 55.2        36.6 V












CW 640 658 644 650 664 651.2 205774
15056.63091 19.34 54.6V 36.2V










19/2/18/11.47 CCW 604 606 608 694 600 622.4 215295.6

19.49 55.4V 37












CW 634 622 634 630 638 631.6 212159.6
3136.03514 18/2/18/8.24 55.8 36.4










20/2/18/7.53 CCW 658 668 684 662 702 674.8 198577.4 rain
















CW 670 690 680 700 684 684.8 195677.6
2899.78616













21/2/18/8.33 CCW 616 614 612 612 620 614.8 217957.1

















CW 620 638 628 628 642 631.2 212294
5663.016114













22/2/18
CCW 618 626 628 626 620 623.6 214881.3

















CW 654 662 646 658 656 655.2 204517.7 26.6/22 v 10363.62967













23/2/18/19.58 CCW 600 598 606 604 614 604.4 221707.5

















CW 656 644 660 660 628 649.6 206280.8
15426.69031 ENERGY MODE












24/2/18/8.32 CCW 794 744 748 740 755 756.2 177201.8 INVER
IDENTICAL AS ALWAYS













CW 596 600 576 552 596 584 229452.1 HEAVY RAN -52250.25633













25/2/18/10.32 CCW 612 624 620 622 612 618 216828.5 HUGE CW E.G.















CW 644 664 650 644 650 650.4 206027.1 ENER.GAIN 10801.41869













26/2/18
CCW 732 734 740 752 720 735.6 182164.2 right after  inversion















CW 708 720 672 704 688 698.4 191867.1 heavy rain -9702.905172













27/2/18/14.58 CCW 608 604 614 624 618 613.6 218383.3

















CW 640 650 640 634 654 643.6 208203.9
10179.45828













28/2/18/15.12 CCW 620 626 626 616 622 622 215434.1

















CW 662 656 660 650 656 656.8 204019.5
11414.59517













1/3/18/10.24 CCW 608 614 614 614 628 615.6 217673.8

















CW 662 666 660 664 666 663.6 201928.9
15744.94135













2/3/18/17.53 CCW 618 624 632 620 628 624.4 214606

















CW 680 666 671 682 674 674.6 198636.2
15969.7929













3/3/18/11.01 CCW 626 618 618 612 634 621.6 215572.7

















CW 656 662 668 666 652 660.8 202784.5
12788.21194













4/3/18/11.31 CCW 600 604 616 614 602 607.2 220685.1

















CW 654 654 648 652 642 650 206153.8
14531.26584













5/3/18/8/43 CCW 614 618 608 610 608 611.6 219097.4

















CW 652 642 658 646 650 649.6 206280.8
12816.66114













6/3/18/9.12 CCW 600 618 624 632 610 616.8 217250.3

















CW 676 664 668 668 662 667.6 200719
16531.33084



















ANOTHER PAPER WHILE CONTINUING OUR EXPERIMENTS,

UNDER WRITING-PREPARATION:

DETECTING THE MOTION OF THE EARTH

FROM THE EARTH ITSELF,

AS WELL AS CORRECTING EINSTEIN, BY (I.S.R.R.)

P.T. Pappasa, T.P. Pappasb, L.P. Pappasc.

appappas@papimi.com, btpappas@papimi.gr, clpappas@papimi.gr.


ABSTRACT

WHAT THE MICHELSON-MORLEY HISTORICAL EXPERIMENT FAILED AND DID NOT HAVE SHOWN TO YOU: ANISOTROPIC VELOCITIES OF ELECTROMAGNETICS SIGNALS AROUND CONDUCTOR WIRE, AS IN OUR LOOP OF 134 METERS. MACROSCOPIC COLLAPSE OF THE THEORY ELECTROMAGNETISM ΑΝD SPECIAL RELATIVITY,ENERGY PRODUCTION FROM ENERGY WITH AN EFFICIENCY > 100%, OVERUNITY. PREFERRED VELOCITIES PART 2.

INTRODUCTION

S. RELATIVITY TEACHES THAT A CLOCK’S TIME DILATES WHEN OBSERVED FROM A MOVING INERTIAL OBSERVER RELATIVE TO THIS CLOCK.  NUMBER 1. OBJECTION, THERE ARE NO INERTIAL OBSERVERS IN OUR UNIVERSE, AS EVERY OBSERVER IS IN ONE OR MORE, MAJOR GRAVITATIONAL FIELDS UNTIL TO INFINITY, AND THUS, EVERY OBSERVER IS ACCELERATING. THEREFORE, EVERY OBSERVER ACTUALLY IS ACCELERATING, AND SO NON-INERTIAL. NUMBER 2 OBJECTION, MOST OF THE ASSUMED TESTS OF THE S. RELATIVITY ARE DONE ON THE ROTATING EARTH THAT IS NOT AN S. RELATIVITY’S INNERIAL FRAME 100%. EVEN, EVERY OTHER OUTSIDE THE EARTH-TEST SUFFERS FROM THE SAME CONDITION, AS EXPLAINED ABOVE. BASED ON THE HAFELE AND KEATING EXPERIMENT, DESPITE THE FAVORABLE TO S.R. OF THESE AUTHORS, OBVIOUSLY TO SECURE AN EASY WAY FOR THEIR PUBLICATION, NO MATTER THEIR APPARENT MISINTERPRETATION.

THE STATIONARY EARTH’S CLOCK DIALATED WITH RESPECT TO COUNTER CLOCKWISE FLYING AIRPLANE AND CONTRACTED ON CLOCKWISE FLYING AIRPLANE.

SO THE FASTER AND CLOCKWISE (CW) MOVING CLOCK IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM AND OUR UNIVERSE, DILATED ON THE STATIONARY ON THE ROTATING EARTH CLOCK, AS WELL AS, ON THE LEAST AND (CCW) MOVING CLOCK.

WE SEE THE CENTRAL STATIONARY CLOCK OF EARTH, ONCE RELATIVE, BUT NOT ACCORDING TO S. RELATIVITY, CONTRACTED AND ONCE DILATED, DEPENDING ON WHAT IT WAS ITS OWN VELOCITY, SMALLER OR BIGGER THAN THE OTHERS. THEREFORE, WE SEE THE ACTUAL RATE OF CLOCK DEPENDS ON ITS OWN VELOCITY, AND NOT ON THE VELOCITY OF A MOVING “INERTIAL” OBSERVER RELATIVE TO THIS CLOCK, AS EINSTEIN ASSUMED.  EXACTLY THIS LAST CONCLUSION IS EVERY DAY FOR SEVERAL YEARS NOW, OBSERVED AND CONFIRMED WTH RESPECT TO CW AND CCW SIGNALS, COMPARED TO THE PRESSISON CLOCK OF OUR STATIONARY ON EARTH TEKTRONIX DIGITAL OSCILLOSCOPE. THE TIME OF A CLOCK DILATION OR CONTRACTION WITH RESPECT TO ANOTHER, DEPENDS  ON THE ABSOLUTE VELOCITY OR ABSOLUTE KINETIC ENERGY OF EACH OF THE INVOLVED CLOCKS.

WE CALL THIS RULE THE “INVERSE SPECIAL RELATIVITY RULE”, (I.S.R.R.).

 

AFTER THE PAPER OF MASS PRODUCTION-INCREASE FROM MASS, ENTITLED “THEORY OF EVERYTHING….” WITH A HUGE COLLECTION OF 40 YEARS PROOFS AND OBSERVATIONS, IT IS TIME TO PROVE THE SAME THING FOR THE EQUIVALENT CONCEPT OF MASS, ENERGY, (BOTH CONJUGATE CONCEPTS OF TIME WHICH CONTINUOUSLY ALWAYS INCREASES), WITH A SIMILAR INCREASE OF ENERGY FROM ENERGY WITH AN OVER UNITY COEFFICIENT OF EFFICIENCY. ALSO, A NEW MYSTERIOUS DISCOVERY: FOR -2,+2 DAYS BEFORE AND AFTER ΤΗΕ SPRING EQUINOX 2017, 20-21  0F MARCH …THE PREFERRED VELOCITIES CW, CCW, APPEARED TO HAVE THEIR BIGGEST VALUES AND TO BE  IDENTICAL, WITHIN OUR EXPERIMENTAL ERRORS, BUT HAVING THEIR SMALLEST, NON-DETECTABLE BY US ANISOTROPY. AFTER THE THIRD DAY THEY REAPPEARED TO US, AGAIN ANISOTROPIC WITH THE CCW>CW.

The surface of Earth is considered a “closed system”, other than the external the influences of gravitation, electric fields, magnetic fields, inertial forces, as well as various electromagnetic waves from outside, is considered to be an absolutely closed system. This is not true. Various velocity effects seem to be active. These effects are better described by the presence of an influence that the best word to describe it, is the word of “ether”, and its usually attributed properties.



ELECTRONIC DIAGRAM FOR SENDING CW OR CCW SQUARE PULSES TO OUR LOOP.THE RETURN TIME DELAY OF THE ORDER 600 ns IS ANISOTROPIC, DEPENDING IT IS CW OR CCW AND THE VELOCITY OF THE EARTH IN OUR GALAXY.CURRENTLY JULY 2017 CCW~134 M./652 ns=205521±1.5 Km./s≈2/3Xc IS FASTER THAN CW~134 M./684 ns=195906±1.5 Km./s≈2/3Xc.

 


The motion of the Earth in the solar system and the projection of its galaxy velocity, Up’s≈217 ΚΜ/SEC. ≈(2/3)xC/1000. on the ecliptic plane

 

BELOW TIME DEPENDING GROUPING OF CW AND CCW VELOCITIES, DEPENDING ON EACH TIME VELOCITY OF EARTH IN SPACE, AND FALSIFYING THE MICHELSON MORLEY’S CONCLUSION OF THEIR FAMOUS HISTORIC EXPERIMENT, AS WELL AS EINSTEINS ASSUMPTIONS BASED ON HIS TRAIN THOUGHT EXPERIMENT WITH PASSENGERS, HYPOTHETICALLY COULD NOT LOOK OUTSIDE, THEN COULD NOT, PRESUMABLY, REALIZE THE MOTION OF THE TRAIN. DESPIGHT THIS EINSTIEN’S ASSUMPTION, OUR EXPERIMENT DOES REALIZE THE MOTION OF THE EARTH, THAT COULD BE CONSIDERED AS THE EINSTEIN’S TRAIN!.