Updated Experiment

This experiment is designed to confirm that the earth's field (gravitational field or matter field) constitutes the primary transmitting medium for electromagnetic energy generated at or near the surface of the earth. The apparatus is mounted upon a platform that is set in high-speed rectilinear motion at or near the earth's surface. Readings are taken when the apparatus (laser beam path) is oriented in the direction of platform motion and when the apparatus (laser beam path) is oriented transverse to platform motion (apparatus rotated 90 degrees). STR predicts identical laser impact points on the photo detector regardless of apparatus orientation. Field medium theory predicts that the laser impact point on the photo detector will shift in a predictable direction when the apparatus is rotated transverse to platform motion.

      The following test apparatus is placed aboard a platform that is moving at high-speed relative to the earthís surface.  The apparatus is initially aligned such that the laser beam is emitted in the direction of platform motion and readings from the quadrant detector are taken.  The apparatus is then rotated 90 degrees and additional readings are taken.  It is anticipated that the beam impact point will shift in a predictable direction as shown in the attached diagram.  This shift could not be explained by the Special Theory of Relativity and would confirm a field medium for light transmission.  In this example, the primary transmitting medium would be the terrestrial field. 

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