Jehovah's Witnesses, what did the Michelson-Morley, Michelson-Gale, Sagnac, and Airey's Failure experiments prove about the universe?
- crosseyedLv 66 months ago
they supposedly "proved" there was no luminiferous ether.
what they proved was that there was no static ether through which the planet moves. however they did not disprove the existence of an ether which moved along with the rotation and the orbit of the earth and sun.
fast forward nearly a century and they "prove" the existence of the higgs field. it is the luminiferous ether with a different name.
- Anonymous6 months ago
YES ALL OF THEM YOU SHOULD
- Annsan_In_HimLv 76 months ago
Your last 15 questions have all been addressed solely to Jehovah's Witness, with the clear intent of attacking them for believing in the law of gravity. You are now coming across as being mentally imbalanced because billions of people who believe in God as Creator believe in the law of gravity. Why are you singling out the JWs?
Further, what on earth are you going on about with this Michelson-Morley, Michelson-Gale, Sagnac, and Airey's Failure experiments with regard to the universe? You don't even give a link! Why should anybody explore this question further?
Well, let me just answer it by saying JWs likely say the same thing to all that as do billions of other humans, which is, "What?"