|Spring 1998 Vol. 11, No. 1
Michelson-Morley-Miller: The Coverup
The Experiments of Dayton C. Miller (1925-1926) and the Theory of Relativity
On My Experiments in Physics, 1952-1960
Einsteins theories of special and general relativity rest on the allegedly null results of Michelsons interferometer experiment. Here, a French physicist and Nobel Laureate in economics, demonstrates that Michelsons results were not null, and that the interferometer experiments of the American scientist Dayton Miller produced positive results, thereby invalidating the foundation of the Theory of Relativity.
Background: Optical Theory in the 19th Century, and the Truth about Michelson-Morley-Miller
To understand the ground-breaking significance of Dayton Millers ether drift measurements, one must go back to the original discoveries of Fresnel on the wave theory of light and its subsequent development in the 19th century.
Into Space from the Sea
Oleg A. Sokolov
Since the dawn of the space age, nations have lofted satellites into space from launch sites on land. Soon, for the first time, satellites will also be reaching space from the sea.
All Chernobyls Victims:
A Realistic Assessment of Chernobyls Health Effects
AIDS and the Duesberg Controversy
Science Versus the HIV Phenomenon
AIDS, Duesberg, and Fundamental Skepticism
Dr. Peter Duesberg: Disinformation Agent?
The Challenge of Developing an AIDS Vaccine
Kyoto Protocol Means U.S. Energy Austerity
Special for Young Scientists
Getting to the Square Root of the Math Problem
Elijah C. Boyd