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Maurice Allais
« on: July 03, 2016, 02:53:03 pm »

Nobelprismodtageren Maurice Allais viste at der var noget galt med Newtons gravitationsteori.

Besides his career in economics, he performed experiments between 1952 and 1960 in the fields of gravitation, special relativity and electromagnetism, to investigate possible links between the fields. He reported three effects:

    An unexpected anomalous effect in the angular velocity of the plane of oscillation of a paraconical pendulum, detected during two partial solar eclipses in 1954 and 1959. The claimed effect is now called the Allais effect.
    Anomalous irregularities in the oscillation of the paraconical pendulum, with periodicity 24hh 50min, which corresponds to the tidal lunar day.
    Anomalous irregularities in optical theodolite measurements, with the same tidal periodicity.

Over the years, a number of pendulum experiments were performed by scientists around the world to test his findings. However, the results were mixed.[10]