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#50233 - 11/04/13 02:32 AM 1930 Tolman surface brightness test ...
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Fresh Discovery ready for research !!!

1930 Tolman surface brightness test
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tolman_surface_brightness_test




2012 Marosz first Michelson Morley brightness version

( the same idea different tool )
we can see and measure West-East ( 30 km/s )

http://www.scienceagogo.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=50228#Post50228



Edited by newton (11/04/13 02:32 AM)

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#50235 - 11/04/13 03:02 AM Re: 1930 Tolman surface brightness test ... [Re: newton]
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RIGHT NOW WE HAVE MANY LINKS IN WEB ABOUT DARK MATTERY

WHY ZERO LUX ?

What if below rocket has got velocity close C ???
what will register front sensor ?



Aberration problem ?

Can we be to far from place where signal started ?
look below light made during time T distance "a "
how long must be opposite wall to register signal ?
( we have sensors on opposite wall )



Edited by newton (11/04/13 03:03 AM)

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