These documents have never been published before.




IN MEMORIAM: Robert Latham

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Reports by Professor Latham of Imperial College, London



A discussion of aether theories (1967)

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Report No. 21 (1970)

A discussion of the work of Michelson/Morley/Miller and Esclangon

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Report No. 26 (1978)

Comments upon the Paraconical Pendulum Experiment of M. F. C. Allais

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Report No. 28 (1980)

A Report on a Repeat of the Allais Experiment

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And click Here for a PDF file of pages 21-44. (1160K)

And click Here for a PDF file of the final pages 45-70, which contain (from page 52 onwards) Latham's description of his automatically operating paraconical pendulum - a thing that I personally thought was impossible to build, but he did do it! this was what inspired me... (1257K)

Latham's operational methodology was also far ahead of any other researcher to date: he didn't monitor the azimuth of swing of the pendulum, but rather the minor axis of its elliptical motion - which is presumed to be much closer to the seat of the anomalies. This document is of the first importance in the field.


Report No. 29 (1980)

Experiments during the Solar Eclipse in Peru

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Report No. 33 (1985)

A Computational Study of the Results of M.F.C. Allais with his Paraconical Pendulum

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Click Here for a PDF file of the second portion. (1131K)

Click Here for a PDF file of the third portion. (1618K)

And click Here for a PDF file of the fourth and last portion (1950K)

This is an in-depth study of the greatest importance.


Report No. 34 (1987)

Further Notes on Report No. 33

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This is a follow-up document to Report No. 33



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