The first one is what was Charles Miller's middle name? Linda, and/or Mr. Twigsnapper, do you know?
The second question is, Is this the same 'Miller' that Thomas Townsend Brown records in Notebook #4 in 2 places?
The first instance is on Pg. 35:
The second instance is on Pg. 130:Are we possibly talking about ether drift? I am no sure that there is no ether drift. Certainly, the long labors of Miller have never been contradicted by valid experiment.
OK, I think I might have just answered my own question. I noticed in Notebook #2, Pg. 50, we apparently have a different 'Miller'.If this phenomenon is indicative of an ether flow (from the south --- ref. Miller interferometer observations), a metallic casing may "kill" the effect. It is best, for the moment, to utilize the Plexiglass casing alone.
Now I got excited because of the "C" in his middle name may be Charles, but it really is Clarence.In this connection, it is interesting to note that the Dayton C. Miller observations with the interferometer, both in Cleveland and on Mt Wilson, show minima at 16h ST. And this brings to my mind the statement made by Dr Miller in Cleveland, when he looked at our electrometer records, that they are "inverted".
Dead end there unless the 2 were related.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dayton_Miller
Now Dr. Miller was an advocate of aether theory and absolute space and an opponent of Albert Einstein's theory of relativity. He apparently had performed 'ether drift computations' according to Dr. Brown.
Well, this wasn't Charles Miller but it was a 'Miller' and also referenced by Dr. Brown.