The Coriolis Myth & 4 Scientific Experiments That Prove The Non-Motion of The Earth

  1. Airy’s Success
  2. Michelson-Morley Experiment
  3. Sagnac Experiment
  4. Pier Luigi Ighina’s Machine

The Michelson/Morley experiment, 1887, unquestionably established, to their dismay, a stationary Earth, although modern physics will attempt to fool you into claiming, with no proof, that it established null results for the existence of the ether. This is what they want you to believe.

The James Bradley experiment, 1729, proved the Ether was not carried along by the Earth.

The Sagnac, experiment, 1913, proving the existence of the Ether, as well as disproving the constancy of the velocity of the speed of light (which destroys the assumption on which Einstein’s theory of relativity is based).

The Michelson/Gale experiment, 1925, proved the Ether passed over the Earth every 24 hours.

Airy’s failure, 1871, failed to detect or prove a rotating earth, while proving the stars were carried by the Ether, while the Earth remained stationary & motionless.

Yet not a single experiment has ever proved either a rotating or moving Earth. The moving Earth is based entirely on assumptive theory, and is contradicted by all true scientific evidence from scientific method. Apart from the many scientific experiments that have all already proven a motionless stationary earth, and apart from the fact that not one scientific experiment has ever detected or proven either a rotating or orbiting earth.

Star trails, Polaris, constellations, absence of Coriolis effect, astrolabes, sundials, gyroscopes, stationary atmosphere, centrifugal force, aircraft directional headings, flight times and the heliocentric model theory itself, which is impossible & incompatible with reality.. all also prove a stationary motionless earth.

1, 2, and 3:

Abridged version:

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Coriolis Debunked:

Sniping Manual PDF – https://archive.org/details/milmanual-fmfm-1-3b-sniping-u.s.-marine-corps

Bonus, The Aether DOES exist:

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