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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2007 10:32 pm    Post subject: aether drift patents Reply with quote

I found some patents that disclose methods of measuring the velocity relative to the electromagnetic aether.



You can look them up here http://ep.espacenet.com/numberSearch?locale=en_EP

Here's the list:

US6634600 (USA)
GB2276718 (Britain)
DE3823106 (Germany)
JP10019683 (Japan)


US 6634600 Satellite constellation for measuring atmospheric wind speeds using doppler lidar
see Column 2 lines 10+
Quote:

Additionally, various satellite observation methods based on the Doppler effect have been proposed. JP-A-10 19683 proposes, in a constellation of at least three satellites, sending laser pulses from one satellite to a mirror on other satellites rotating in opposite directions. The pulses are reflected toward the source satellite and the time difference between the pulses is measured; a measured value of the electromagnetic ether speed is deduced from this.



Here's some Derwent abstracts of the others.


PUB-NO: GB002276718A
DOCUMENT-IDENTIFIER: GB 2276718 A
TITLE: Instrument for measuring velocity and direction.

PUBN-DATE: October 5, 1994

INVENTOR-INFORMATION:
NAME COUNTRY
BRISCOE, JOSIAH ALFRED
N/A
ASSIGNEE-INFORMATION:
NAME COUNTRY
ASPDEN HAROLD
GB
APPL-NO: GB09306690
APPL-DATE: March 31, 1993
PRIORITY-DATA: GB09306690A (March 31, 1993)
INT-CL (IPC): G01S011/12 , G01P003/36
EUR-CL (EPC): G01P003/36 , G01S011/12 , G01P013/04

US-CL-CURRENT: 342/107

ABSTRACT:

CHG DATE=19990617 STATUS=O> An optical instrument for sensing absolute movement v of the instrument, relative only to the aether in which light propagates, comprises a coherent light source 1, which is a laser beam, divide 2 into two parallel rays which fan out as spherical wavefronts and overlap at an observer position to create optical interference fringes. The lateral positions of the fringes are affected by lateral motion through space at velocity v measured in the plane of the parallel ray axes. Displacement of the fringes is detected by a photoresistor 6 placed behind a pinhole in a screen 5. The screen can also be laterally displaced to scan across the fringes. The instrument can be suspended to allow rotation in order to vary its absolute orientation, which is said to be detectable by the fringe displacement. The instrument thus has navigational or educational applications.

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DERWENT-ACC-NO: 1990-023226
DERWENT-WEEK: 199004
COPYRIGHT 2006 DERWENT INFORMATION LTD
TITLE: Lorenz-theory-based data transmission method - carrying data on aether waves of longitudinal electrostatic and magnetostatic type
INVENTOR: BSCHORR, O
PATENT-ASSIGNEE: BSCHORR O[BSCHI]
PRIORITY-DATA: 1988DE-3823106 (July 7, 1988)
PATENT-FAMILY:
PUB-NO PUB-DATE LANGUAGE PAGES MAIN-IPC
DE 3823106 A
January 11, 1990
N/A
009
N/A
APPLICATION-DATA:
PUB-NO APPL-DESCRIPTOR APPL-NO APPL-DATE
DE 3823106A
N/A
1988DE-3823106
July 7, 1988
INT-CL (IPC): G01S005/00, H04B013/00 , H04L027/00
ABSTRACTED-PUB-NO: DE 3823106A
BASIC-ABSTRACT:
The data transmission method uses as data carrier the longitudinal electrostatic and magnetostatic aether waves resulting from the modified Lorenz concept. The said aether waves can be used to as navigation aids. The auther outlines Lorenz's theory and modifications and discusses transversal and longitudinal waves and their contributions to the carriage of information.
CHOSEN-DRAWING: Dwg.1/2
TITLE-TERMS: THEORY BASED DATA TRANSMISSION METHOD CARRY DATA WAVE LONGITUDE ELECTROSTATIC MAGNETOSTATIC TYPE
ADDL-INDEXING-TERMS: RETARD POTENTIAL POSITION FIX NAVIGATION
DERWENT-CLASS: W01 W02 W06
EPI-CODES: W01-A09; W02-C09; W06-A03;
SECONDARY-ACC-NO:
Non-CPI Secondary Accession Numbers: N1990-017730

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PAT-NO: JP410019683A
DOCUMENT-IDENTIFIER: JP 10019683 A
TITLE: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR CERTIFYING EXISTENCE OF ELECTROMAGNETIC ETHER
PUBN-DATE: January 23, 1998
INVENTOR-INFORMATION:
NAME COUNTRY
NAKAMURA, HIROSHI
ASSIGNEE-INFORMATION:
NAME COUNTRY
NAKAMURA HIROSHI
N/A
APPL-NO: JP08188316
APPL-DATE: June 28, 1996
INT-CL (IPC): G01J009/04 , G01B009/02 , G01D021/00
ABSTRACT:
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for certifying the existence of electromagnetic ether as a medium of electromagnetic wave.
SOLUTION: Michelson-Morley interferometer utilizing Jaseja's laser, is installed on an aircraft moving at a high speed, or a space shuttle having higher relative speed, and the wind of ' electromagnetic ether' is observed by changing an angle in a traveling direction. Or plural (at least three) of artificial satellites are launched in a condition that they have the relative speed as high as possible to the ground, the laser pulses are emitted from one of the satellites to the mirrors of the other satellites, in such manner that they are rotated in the direction opposite to each other, the mirrors of the other satellites are installed in such manner that the laser pulse is recovered to the original satellite, and the time difference of the laser pulses recovered to the original satellite is measured.
COPYRIGHT: (C)1998,JPO

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DERWENT-ACC-NO: 1998-148922
DERWENT-WEEK: 199814
COPYRIGHT 2006 DERWENT INFORMATION LTD
TITLE: Electromagnetic ether existence verification method - involves observing existence of electromagnetic ether by changing angle of progress direction of satellite in which interferometer is installed
PATENT-ASSIGNEE: NAKAMURA H[NAKAI]
PRIORITY-DATA: 1996JP-0188316 (June 28, 1996)
PATENT-FAMILY:
PUB-NO PUB-DATE LANGUAGE PAGES MAIN-IPC
JP 10019683 A
January 23, 1998
N/A
008
G01J 009/04
APPLICATION-DATA:
PUB-NO APPL-DESCRIPTOR APPL-NO APPL-DATE
JP 10019683A
N/A
1996JP-0188316
June 28, 1996
INT-CL (IPC): G01B009/02, G01D021/00 , G01J009/04
ABSTRACTED-PUB-NO: JP 10019683A
BASIC-ABSTRACT:
The method involves installing an interferometer which is used as a laser source in a satellite moving at high speed. The angle of progress direction of the satellite is changed and the existence of electromagnetic ether is observed. Laser pulse is emitted from one satellite to other satellite and is received back from the other satellite. The time difference of the emission and reception of laser pulse is measured.
ADVANTAGE - Avoids influence of relative velocity of light source in verification result.
CHOSEN-DRAWING: Dwg.2/2
TITLE-TERMS: ELECTROMAGNET ETHER EXIST VERIFICATION METHOD OBSERVE EXIST ELECTROMAGNET ETHER CHANGE ANGLE PROGRESS DIRECTION SATELLITE INTERFEROMETER INSTALLATION
DERWENT-CLASS: S02 S03
EPI-CODES: S02-A03A; S02-K08A; S02-K09; S03-A09;
SECONDARY-ACC-NO:
Non-CPI Secondary Accession Numbers: N1998-118040
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