In 2015 the LIGO facility discovered gravitational waves as predicted by Albert Einstein. This reminds me of Cavendish experiment in 1797-1798 that measured force of gravity between two objects - see Local Gravity.
Rethinking Cavendish experiment based on Einstein's SpaceTime Continuum. Maybe, Cavendish measured a ripple in space. Not of a planetary nature. But of a local nature or what I call Local Gravity.
Experiments can look for space ripples in a variety of ways.
Instead of two lead spheres. Start wih irregular shaped objects (2 or more). We are looking for extremely small ripples in space.
Atmosphere in the experiment can range from vacuum to high air pressure to water.
After establishing a baseline. Ojects can be moved about to detect space ripples.
Movement of objects should distort SpaceTime for each arrangement of objects. Same as Cavendish.
First use gravitaion measuring devices.
Another possible measuring devices would be light meters. Try different spectrum level.
Measuring changes in air pressure and possibly even use of sonar detectors.
I could continue. My point is to try a variety of experimnents with different designs and measuring devices.
Written By: Dennis Wilmeth
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