Why Morley Experiment Could Not Observe the Movement of Interference Fringe

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    Why Morley Experiment Could Not Observe the Movement of Interference Fringe
    1. The influence of water on the speed of a car
    2. The influence of air on light propagation
    3. The influence of gravitational field on light propagation
    4. Eddington Observation
    5. Mass-energy equation
    6. Fiber optic gyroscope
    7. Explanation of the Sagnac effect
    If the weakest gravitational wave could rise the fluctuation of the LIGO interference fringe of light, how should we ignore the gravitational field influences on light? We raise the possibility that the light is affected by the gravitational field of the earth. In this way, the Morley Experiment would not find the movement of interference fringe either in the air or in the vacuum environment.

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