These are very interesting comments, a similar study was carried out in UFT119 on the equinoctial precession. I will do a literature search to find the velocities of typical galaxies. The motion of the MIlky Way towards Leo is of the order of magnitude of 0.068c.
Sent: 27/01/2016 14:17:35 GMT Standard Time
Subj: Re: 339(2): The Vacuum Hamiltonian and Velocity of the Vacuum Particle
Perhaps it would also be interesting to compare this value with velocities of galaxies movng relative to each other. It could be assumed that a galaxy “swims” in the background vacuum or ether and moves with intergalactic flow velocity of the medium. Motion of stars in a galaxy then would be relative to the “local main vacuum flow”. By the Cobe satellite the microwave background was measured. Besides the homogeneous radiation of 2.7 K a dipole term was measured with 3 mK. This can be attributed to a linear motion. The fluctuating rest background is very small (20 mikro K) and is attributed to fluctuations whose interpretation is unclear.
I have in mind that our galaxy moves towards the constellation Leo. I am not sure if it was one thousandth of light velocity. Perhaps it would also worth to verify this value. All obtaind values should be compatible with 0.068 c. But you have to define a fixed point to which this motion occurs.
Am 27.01.2016 um 14:51 schrieb EMyrone:
This note gives the vacuum energy equation and hamiltonian (10), and the velocity of the vacuum particle is calculated to be 0.068c from the anomalous g factor of the static electron. A lot of background detail is given.