The result from Michelson-Morley experiment is not null. A velocity of about 8 km is detected. The most reliable experiments are done by Dayton Miller on Mt. Wilson in the period from 1925 to 1926 [1,3]. He accumulated long time yearly observations during this period and was able to determon the direction of our absolute motion. By the way the Michelson-Morley experiment cited by Physics textbooks contains data only for a few days, but they are also in agreement with Miller's observations. Much later in 2002 an article from Yu. M. Galaev  describes another experiment that detects our absolute motion in the same direction found by Dayton Miller. One particular problem bothered the minds of the experimenters from the time of Michelson-Morley experiment: Why a small velocity about 8 km is detected and mostly it higher elevations, while the motion of the solar system around the galactic center is in the range of 200 - 300 km/s? Nobody so far was able to provide a reasonable explanation for this problem.
BSM-SG theory provides the most reasonable explanation of the above mentioned problem. It is shown in Chapter 10 of BSM-SG what causes the inertia of the moving material object (particle, atom, molecule, solid) through the CL space structure of the physical vacuum. Every astronomical body with a mass beyond some level (a star, a planet, a satellite) carries own CL structure. The selfsynchronization effect of this structure defining the constancy of speed of light is supported by the gravitational field of the body. When moving in outer CL space away from another massive object the flexible CL nodes of the outer space partly fold and pass through the CL nodes structure of the body field. For this reason the measured local velocity appears as not dependand on the body motion in the outer space. However, some small residual effect still exists that corresponds to detection of a small velocity in order of few km/s (instead of hundreds). The passing folded CL nodes more probably affect the proper resonance frequency of the CL nodes of the body (Earth). This will give not one but two maximums and minimums for 24 hours when detected with the Michelson type interferometer. This was actually the case of Dayton Miller's observations using Michelson type interferomenter. Since the magnitude of the effect depends on the gravity the detection could be easier at high altitudes. This is the case of Miller's observations in Mt. Wilson. The different arranged experiments provided by Galaev more clearly shows the dependance of the ether-drift detection on the height .
THE ABSOLUTE FRAME IS NEITHER EARTH, NEITHER SUN CENTRED. IT IS DEFINED BY THE GALACTIC SPACE. WE MOVE THROUGH THIS ABSOLUTE SPACE WITH A VELOCITY ABOUT 270 KM/S (DEPENDING ON THE DAY IN THE YEAR).
THE EFFECT OF OUR MOTION THROUGH THE GALACTIC ABSOLUTE SPACE MAY HAVE A PROFOUND EFFECT ON THE EARTH CLIMATE AND MUST BE INVESTIGATED VERY SERIOUSLY.
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2. Ronald R. Hatch, Those scandalous clocks, Springer-Verlag, DOI 10.1007, 30 Apr 2004, http://springerlink.com (theoretical)
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