Mechanics / Electrodynamics
August 15, 2013
In all papers on the Fizeau experiment with moving water, an analysis contains
the statement: "The beams travel relative to the interferometer with different speeds, cover the distance in different times, and the time difference determines the estimated fringe shift. There is a principal error in calculation because the estimated value is greater than the experimental value. In the ether hypothesis, this discrepancy is explained by a partial entrainment of light by moving water and the Fresnel drag coefficient. The relativistic velocity addition law can only approximately explain this discrepancy. The estimated value has never been questioned.
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