Shrair, Jamal Saad A.
November 29, 2017
A dynamic cosmological ether exits and it possesses infinitesimal mass. The best locations for detecting it is at high altitudes. A large number of ether-drift experiments for more than one hundred years have demonstrated systematic positive effects, like Dayton Miller (1906-1929), the Sagnac's experiment in 1913, Michelson-Pease-Pearson (1929), Galaev (2001-2002) and many others. In fact, a dynamic ether does not only exist, but also acting as the prime mover of the Cosmos.