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**Author:**

Sokolov, Gennadiy

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Mechanics / Electrodynamics

**Language:**

English

**Date Published:**

June 19, 2016

**Downloads:**

736

**Keywords:**

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**Abstract:**

The Fizeau experiment actually proves not partial, as special relativity asserts, but complete dragging of light by a moving medium. The decrease of the fringe shift in Fizeau's two-beam interferometer is explained, not with the erroneous Fresnel's aether drag hypothesis, but with the phase deviations arising in the interfering beams due to a Doppler shift of frequencies. Fizeau's experiment does not prove, but on the contrary, refutes Einstein's theory of relativity.

Hello Dr. Sokolov,

I am confused. Your article states Fizeau expected a frequency shift of 0.47099, but the experiments was 0.23 instead. The article states the difference was almost 0.4346, which would be 0.0363 for the difference between prediction and experiment. Is it a typographical error that 0.23 should be 0.03?

Just curious,

Steve

I am confused. Your article states Fizeau expected a frequency shift of 0.47099, but the experiments was 0.23 instead. The article states the difference was almost 0.4346, which would be 0.0363 for the difference between prediction and experiment. Is it a typographical error that 0.23 should be 0.03?

Just curious,

Steve

I am confused. Your article states Fizeau expected a frequency shift of 0.47099, but the experiments was 0.23 instead. The article states the difference was almost 0.4346, which would be 0.0363 for the difference between prediction and experiment. Is it a typographical error that 0.23 should be 0.03?

Just curious,

Steve

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