ether drift

ether drift

[′ē·thər ‚drift]
(electromagnetism)
Hypothetical motion of the ether relative to the earth.
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Particularly, Silvertooth has claimed an experimental detection of the ether drift velocity using a device capable of detecting the beams arriving in opposite directions [23].
This prediction is in agreement with modern ether drift experiments in vacuum [36, 37], using two cavity-stabilized lasers and whose value is
A review of the Dayton Miller's ether drift experiments made by James DeMeo [38] shows indisputable evidence that data collected by Miller was affected by the sidereal period and this is clear proof of a cosmological ether drift effect.