As already explained to you,Originally Posted by clj4
1. Gagnon measures the phase difference, not the addition or subtraction of any waves.
2. If you measured the addition or subtraction of the waves, you get an oscillating result (unlike measuring the difference in phases). Therefore you need to specify a TIME to state what the PHASE is for the oscillating result. This makes the addition or subtraction of waves useless for this experiment.
Again, if you insist on repeating this incorrect claim. Please answer my direct questions so that we may resolve this.Originally Posted by clj4
And, also show your calculations for Gagnon's paper (since you also claim it is incorrect) if you insist on claiming that my calculations are wrong.
YOU have to answer direct questions if you continue to make against-mainstream claims.Originally Posted by clj4
Please answer our questions in a timely manner.
Stop avoiding the questions.