Posted by: Paul LaViolette
October 24, 2017
In 2009 the German scientist Martin Grusenick conducted an interferometer experiment that proves the existence of an ether and that indicates the presence of an ether wind oriented vertical to the Earth’s surface. He constructed an interferometer, shown above, which is similar to that used by Michaelson-Morley. He found that when he rotated the interferometer beam platform around an axis parallel to the Earth’s surface, as Michaelson and Morley had done, that he saw no fringe shifts, the same result that Michaelson and Morley reported. However, he found that when he rotated the same interferometer apparatus so that it rotated in a plane perpendicular to the Earth’s surface, he saw a fringe shift, a shift of 11.5 fringes during the course of one half revolution of the apparatus and a shift of 11.5 fringes back to their original position during the second half revolution of the apparatus.
Later he constructed an improved version of the interferometer, shown below, and found a total fringe shift of 1.5 to 2.0 as the apparatus was rotated in the vertical direction. This value comes closer to that of U.S. researcher Frank Pearce who has performed a version of the Grusenick experiment using a 1 inch thick granite block, instead of an aluminum board, for mounting the interferometer mirrors and who found a shift of only about one half to one fringe when the apparatus was rotated in the vertical direction. For more about the Grusenick experiment may be found at: http://blog.hasslberger.com/2009/09/extended_michelsonmorley_inter.html.
The fact that Grusenick had found a fringe shift when rotating his apparatus in the vertical direction implies that an ether wind is present which flows vertically with respect to the Earth’s surface. This confirms a key prediction of the subquantum kinetics theory which requires that G etherons (G-ons) continually diffuse into the Earth. This is because G-ons are predicted to be consumed faster within the Earth as they transform into X-ons through the reaction G → X. This results in a low G-on concentration within the Earth as compared with the Earth’s space environment. The resulting vertical G-on concentration gradient, which varies as 1/r, is identified with the Earth’s gravity potential field.
Subquantum kinetics predicts that G-ons are flowing into the Earth. Hence light waves from the laser traveling upward, against this ether flow, would move slower than light waves from the laser traveling downward, in the same direction as the flow. This results in a fringe shift of the interference pattern relative to its fringe position when the apparatus is oriented with its beams perpendicular to the ether flow. The prediction that G-ons are consumed more rapidly within material bodies is not an ad hoc assumption but rather arises as a direct consequence of Model G. Hence the finding of Grusenick constitutes a confirmation of the theory adding to the 12 plus other confirmations that have been cataloged in the past.
Grusenick’s video describing the original version of his experiment is given below.