Gorbatsevich, Felix F.
February 26, 2014
In a general evaluation of inertial motion, one should take into account that all bodies move in ether, or otherwise in the ether medium . This refers to both cosmic bodies and micro-particles. The above assessment of the body's inertia pertains to velocities that are much lower than the velocity C, of electromagnetic waves (light) in ether. A body moving in the ether medium with a velocity that is virtually much lower than light velocity does not interact with the ether medium . A physical body moving uniformly in the ether medium does not experience resistance. The ether resembles an ideal medium displaying no frictional effects. D’Alembert referred to the possibility of a body maintaining uniform linear motion in an ideal liquid experiencing no resistance at all . But at the same time the ether has certain characteristics similar to a specific solid body .
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