Michelson Morley Experiment: facets that help in deriving a proper expansion estimate.

Frank Pio Russo - September 25, 2015 am. (Revised September 25, 2015 pm)

Yesterday's article was monumental in establishing exactly how the universe expands, using my expertise in both the Michelson-Morley and stellar aberration which I've developed over the past 28 years.

Of course as I said yesterday, the starting point was a figure of about 17.472%, which is about 2.472% outside the range given by Riess. However about 1.42% of this, should have been incorporated in the original estimate, as the details concerning the 'cosmic microwave background radiation' were already well known... however the 369 km/sec of this, or 0.12%, are really about 4,683,415.2 m/sec in absolute terms. The latter - as I've shown before - is none other than the 'advance' of the 'origin' in the Michelson-Morley experiment, and equates to the difference between the absolute speed of light of 304,475,873.2 m/sec, and the relative speed of light of 299,792,458 m/sec. This difference amounts to about 4,683,415.2 m/sec.

Yet this is not the whole correction, because light actually moves over this distance without adding to the overall expansion: this becomes clear if one studies my Michelson-Morley work, where the absolute 'orbital' speed is modified to 49,272,606.21 m/sec! Hence a second correction factor of about 1.54 % (without any deduction of 0.12% like we did earlier to compensate for the 369 km/sec already included), would come into play bringing my calculation to about 14.51% ...  this is within Reiss's estimate upper-range of 15%. ( This value is for comparison purposes only: otherwise it would be 15.93 % )

Finally, it gives me great satisfaction to see all of my work climaxing so beautifully! Furthermore, the pleasure that I derive in proving that the universe is not dissipating into nothingness: is immense! I am glad I've lived to see this day!

Frank Pio Russo.


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