The Anisotropy of Space - The necessary revision of certain postulates of contemporary theories.pdf

The Anisotropy of Space - The necessary revision of certain postulates of contemporary theories PDF

Maurice Allais

Maurice Allais, author of a physics book ? This may seem surprising to anyone who is already impressed by the work of the 1988 Nobel Prize in Economics. And yet Maurice Allais passion for physics is older than his passion for economics. He declared having devoted a quarter of his time to physics. The results of his work and his experience in this field are entirely original. In my experimental and theoretical research (from 1954 to 1996), I demonstrated very significant anomalies, on the one hand in the movement of the paraconical pendulum with anisotropic support and with isotropic support, and on the other hand in optical sightings at marks. I proved their existence, independently of any perverse effect. These anomalies are totally inexplicable in the framework of currently accepted theories. This work is based on new experimental data in four fields considered a priori as very different, although in close relation with each other : - observations on the paraconical pendulum with anisotropie support and with isotropic support

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