BTW, Vincent of UVS finally sent something. I asked him about "gravity probe B" which was a test of space-warping (Einstein). He replied..
From: Vincent Wee-Foo <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: 07 August 2019 03:16 To: neil mcewan <email@example.com> Subject: Re: Gravity probe b
I remembered we had discussed this issue before.
The precision of the experiment was not in question, it was the accuracy of the experiment was in question.
Einstein's spacetime is aether; it does not literally refer to space or time. This rendered the physical paradox for the proposition of the expt. It was engineeringly precise, but it was not qualitatively accurate.
Precisely accounted for the time dilation effect with the expt, does not equate to how it actually work. It was not warping of space or time that was precisely measured with the expt, it was the warping of aether that was being precisely measured.
Take for example, the geocentric model can accurately predict the apparently retrograde motion of Mars. But, this is a physical paradox, which was later proven in modern astronomy.
.. Precision can be wrong if there is another explanation (aether) and one tends to end up in a universe of precision, not the "real" one. The precise universe is much more convincing, and could almost be an advertising gimmick, a hall of mirrors (Karam Akkad), a perspective illusion. This is coming up.
This has something on the Allegheny Indians, plus Clair Noto and more.
Diffraction refers to various phenomena that occur when a wave encounters an obstacle or a slit. It is defined as the bending of waves around the corners of an obstacle or through an aperture into the region of geometrical shadow of the obstacle/aperture (from Wiki: diffraction of X-rays or other wavelengths of light)
DNA diffraction: The diffraction pattern determined by the helical nature of the double helix strands (antiparallel). The outside of the DNA chain has a backbone of alternating deoxyribose and phosphate moieties, and the base pairs, the order of which provides codes for protein building and thereby inheritance, are inside the helix.