Discovery of dynamical space: experiments and theory

Reginald Cahill

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    Recently the existence of space as a complex dynamical system was discovered, based upon various experiments going back to 1887. The early experiments by Michelson and Morley 1887, and Miller 1925/26, used light speed anisotropy detected with interferometers. Only in 2002 was the calibration theory first derived. More recently there have been other experimental techniques, including Doppler shift effects detected by NASA using spacecraft Earth ybys. The most recent technique uses current uctuations through the nanotechnology reverse-biased Zener diode barrier potential, by using two detectors and measuring the time delay in correlations to determine speed and direction of the space ow. Physics has never had a knowledge of this dynamical space, and the theory is now well developed, and is now known to explain the origin of gravity, quantum uctuations, bore hole g anomalies, galactic rotations, galactic lensing of light, universe dynamics, laboratory G measurements, and more. This dynamical space supports a coordinate system, and it was this that was originally thought to be space itself.

    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2015
    EventSPIE 9570 -
    Duration: 9 Aug 2015 → …


    ConferenceSPIE 9570
    Period9/08/15 → …


    • Dynamical Space
    • Quantum Theory of Gravity
    • Speed of Light Experiments
    • Speed of Space Flow Quantum Experiments


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