Microwave Background Radiation Front Speed spectacularly predicts my Absolute Orbital Speed!

Frank Russo - May 26 2007.

Once one realizes that the 'tics' are longer than the 'tocs' in the Michelson-Morley, one should also realize that the away orbital interval in being thus lengthened, allows the fast speed of light to bridge a large orbital velocity. This process results in a moderate difference in the two speeds of light accounting for a massive orbital absolute velocity via the operation of speed contractions as outlined in my Michelson-Morley Addendum on the left of my home page.

Let us now spectacularly derive my absolute orbital speed of 53198 km/sec from the 'advance' of the Microwave Background Radiation Source (MBRS) front. Firstly we must realize that the relative metre of the orbital velocity of the earth relative to the sun, is contracted by the factor of  369/29.79  because the microwave source receding from the earth at 369 km/sec, is as absolute as we are going to get! Hence here comes the tricky part: we have actually measured the absolute speed of the front with our contracted relative metre, hence to get the real uncontracted speed of the MBRS we must multiply the 369km/sec by the previous factor of  369/29.79  and don't worry we are not erroneously repeating ourselves! The resultant MBRS front speed then becomes an uncontracted 4571 km/sec!

Of course you might exclaim... "You're way-off Frank your speed is 53198km/sec!". Ah! but don't forget about the great value of my speed contractions for a modest reduction of the absolute speed of light can result in a massive absolute orbital velocity! In view of the foregoing, if the front is advancing at 4571km/sec, this means that the resultant calculated relative speed for light would become the absolute speed of 304476 minus 4571 giving us a calculated 299905km/sec. To now get the predicted Absolute speed for the earth from the MBRS advance, we must triangulate the two speeds of light using Pythagorean mathematics to do with the right angle triangle theorem (this is outlined in my "Required Modifications" paper on the left of my home-page). This process gives us an orbital absolute velocity for the earth of  52561km/sec! This is indeed very close to my aberration derived figure of 53198km/sec! In fact it represents 98.8 percent of my value and considering all the experimental errors involved this is a miracle of astronomical dimensions!

I feel great satisfaction at actually being able to prove my whole edifice in such a clear-cut way, by being able to use the recent experimental work, which if I might add won last year's NOBEL Prize for physics!

April 07, 2017 - slight update:

In view of my recent Bradley paper (which is to be published in July/August 2017) in "Galilean Electrodynamics", I think I can improve on the 98.8% figure! Obviously if all that imprecision - which was supposed to accompany the aberration constant - is no longer there, then I should look for ways to improve this verification, rather than just simply accept what's firstly tossed up!

Yes! It now becomes clear that the figure derived as "52,561 km/sec", is the 'relative' version taking place in the normal short-cutted interval of the Michelson-Morley experiment of 0.984618107 of a second: this being equal to the numeric ratio of CR/CA  (i.e. 299,792,458/304,475,873.2). Hence we must first convert the orbital speed from my work to a relative one - giving 52,380 km/sec - an then compare the two. This ends up giving us an error of only 0.35% instead of the 1.2% error hinted at 10 years ago.

Frank Russo.



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