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If you have any questions about wisp theory, please e-mail them to me and I will be happy to answer them. Or if I've missed anything that you think is important to support the existence of the ether please let me know.
The DeWitte Experiment is clear proof that the ether exists
The reason why science has ignored it is because it supports the concept of ether, which challenges Einstein's spacetime, and because it's an amateur experiment (sadly, Roland DeWitte has died and his work was never published in a scientific journal). Wisp theory supports his historic experiment, which demonstrates the anisotropy of light in the earth's reference frame - contradicting Einstein's SR. It's due to Doppler effect caused by the motion of the Earth through the ether. See, http://www.teslaphysics.com/Chapters/Chapter160-DeWitte.htm
Our solar system is moving towards the constellation of Leo (RA 11hrs +/-0.5hr) (Latitude 6 degrees +/- 10 degrees) with speed of 390 km/s relative to the Cosmic Background Radiation (CBR). The CBR frame is the absolute ether frame in which the light moves at constant speed.
The CBR is isotropic - it has the same temperature from all parts of the sky, varying by one part in 10,000. But a large-scale anisotropy in the CBR has now been established. See, http://muller.lbl.gov/COBE-early_history/SciAm.pdf
Special Relativity is cracking up
There is now no doubt that Einstein's relativity theories are false. But because Einstein was such a hugely popular figure who somehow managed to influence the development of modern physics, it will be painful for many academics to admit they got it wrong.
But time is running out, and very soon a modern experiment to test the anisotropy of the one-way speed of light will prove Einstein wrong. And all theories that use his concept of spacetime will have to be changed or abandoned.
Wisp theory is fully complete and ready to replace special relativity. This new theory just happens to produce answers that better special relativity, even though it was developed using simple mathematics and logical commonsense reasoning.
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