On the aether’s existence and how to compress/decompress the Aether

Do you think the Aether is real


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Einstein

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I came across this info which I think adds even more mystery to the existence of the aether.

An observable fact: An electron accelerating due to gravity or sitting stationary in a gravity field does not radiate.

All sorts of interpretations can result from this fact. Yet no experimental proof for any of these interpretations has ever been forthcoming. I do think this is additional proof that kills general relativity as a viable theory.

Paradox of radiation of charged particles in a gravitational field - Wikipedia
 

Harte

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That paradox is resolved by the fact that a falling observer would observe the stationary electron to be radiating.
A perfect fit with what Relativity says.

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Einstein

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That paradox is resolved by the fact that a falling observer would observe the stationary electron to be radiating.
A perfect fit with what Relativity says.

Harte
Do you have any credible sources to show when and by whom this experiment was done?
 

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