2019-06-13 00:30:00 UTC
The LIGO detected celestial gravitational waves that originate from the merging to two black holes produce a 1.0 × 10-21 strain that depicts a 10-18 m displacement of the interferometer mirror which is too small of a magnitude to detect which emulates Cavendish's gravity experiment where Cavendish detected a 2 ug attractive gravitational force in 1797 which was also to small to measure. The LIGO gravitational waves depict anti-gravity since the LIGO is produces a repulsion force on the mirror since the gravitational waves are said to be an electromagnetic phenomena, based on Einstein's special relativity, that are propagating at the velocity of light that inertial mass represented with Einstein's special relativity equation E = mc2 would produce an force caused by the interaction of the inertial mass with the mirror causing the interferometer mirror strain that produces the 10-18 mirror displacement that is used to justify the existence of gravitational waves. Newton's gravity equation represents an attraction force; consequently, the LIGO experiment that is detecting a inertial force is depicting the detection of anti-gravity or another interpretation is that the electromagnetic gravity wave is mass-less and depicts an effect similar to a radio wave but the interferometer is not an radio antenna which is similar to the Weber bar gravitational wave experiment that detected 1662 Hz gravitational waves yet the vacuum of celestial space is soundless. The LIGO interferometer's interference effect is based on the interference of two coherent light waves forming interference fringes yet Lenard's particle structure of light nullifies the continuity of Maxwell's electromagnetic field that forms the coherency of an electromagnetic wave that are used to produce the interference fringe of the LIGO experiment. Also, the LIGO interference fringe does not resemble the interference effect formed by Michelson's experiment since Michelson's experiment depicts multiple symmetrically aligned fringes yet the LIGO depicts only a single waveform that does not correspond with Michelson's fringes. Also, the formation of Michelson's interference effect that is used to represent the detection of the electromagnetic gravitational waves requires an optical medium, composed of matter, since the Michelson's interference effect is formed by the motion of an ether that does not physically exist which proves that Michelson's experiment is physically invalid and cannot be used to detect for the existence of gravitational waves. The purpose of Michelson's interferometer is to justify the existence of Fresnel's ether, composed of matter, that forms the interfering electromagnetic waves that produce the interference fringes of Michelson's experiment yet the ether does not physically exist (vacuum). The formation of electromagnetic gravitational waves is attempting to justify the wave theory of light by using Michelson's interferometer to detect gravitational waves.
In Einstein's relativity (1917), Einstein uses the reversal of the negative result of Michelson-Morley to justify the existence of Fresnel's ether, composed of matter yet light propagates in vacuum that is void of matter which proves Einstein's relativistic ether, composed of matter, does not physically existences and nullifies the LIGO experiment that is attempting to justify the wave theory of light by using Michelson's interferometer to detect gravitational waves. The reversal of Michelson-Morley experiment is based on a constant magnitude of the translation velocity px but the transitional velocity is formed by the earth's daily and yearly motions that produces a transnational velocity px that magnitude varies from 462 m/s to 30,462 m/s (6:00 pm - 12:00 am) (fig 14) that invalidates the reversal of Michelson's experiment that is based on a constant magnitude of px that is used to represent Einstein's time-space contraction of the interferometer's armature length; consequently, LIGO physicists are attempting to conceal the exposed problem using the varying translational velocity px to depict the oscillation of time-space that is used to form the electromagnetic gravitational waves but the varying translational velocity is always positive and forms a period of 12 hours (43,200 s) which cannot be used to justify the formation of a gravitational wave since a period of 12 hr forms a wavelength of over a billion miles, and, the earth's daily and yearly motions that forms the varying magnitude of px does not affect the formation of gravitational waves that origin the the merging to two 1.2 billion ly black hole in stellar space. The LIGO is said to detect gravitational waves that originate from a back hole that is 1.2 billion light years but the maximum parallax distance of the the Hubble is .14 ly. It is not physically possible to deterimine the distance of a black hole. Black hole represent the uncertainty of an astronomic telescope. Using the uncertainty to create physical effects in physics a common event. In addition, merging of two black holes is based on the celestial universe that is in motion but all the stars of the the celestial universe are stationary. On New Years eve, at 12:00 am, the position of Alpha Centauri measured on every successive New Years eve, at 12:00 am, is always at the same exactly position in the stellar universe. If stars of the celestial universe were in motion then Alpha Centauri would appear at a different position every New Years eve, at 12:00 am yet celestial maps and planispheres appear to function without being regularly undated due to the motion of the celestial univiere which proves the stars of the stellar universe are stationary. Also, the continuous electromagnetic gravitational waves that originated from distance stars would affect both mirrors of the LIGO and VIGO since an electromagnetic field of the gravitational waves expand which would result in the both mirrors of the LIGO and VIGO to be affect by the gravitational waves yet only one of the two mirrors of the LIGO and the VIGO interferometers form a disturbance that is use to determine the existence of the gravitational waves.