Welcome to the Project Experiments directory:

The Cavendish experiment

Conducted by Henry Cavendish in 1797-1798, this experiment measured the force of gravity between masses in the laboratory.

Michael Faraday Ice Pail

Michael Faraday’s 1831 demonstration of induced electric charges using an “ice pail” experiment

Double Slit Experiment

Thomas Young’s 1801 experiment suggesting EM energy exhibits characteristics of particles and waves.

Fizeau’s Experiment

Hippolyte Fizeau’s 1849 experiment measuring the speed of light in a moving medium relative to the source and observer.

Michelson Morley

Albert A. Michelson and Edward W. Morley’s 1887 groundbreaking experiment using an interferometer to detect the hypothetical “ether wind.”

Millikan Oil Drop

Robert Millikan’s 1909 experiment to measure the elementary electric charge using oil droplets.

Anderson Anti-matter

Carl D. Anderson’s 1932 discovery of the positron, the antimatter counterpart of the electron.

Pound and Rebka

Robert Pound and Glen A. Rebka Jr.’s 1959 experiment measuring the color shift of light in a gravitational field.

Shapiro Delay

Irwin Shapiro’s 1964 experiment demonstrating predictable delays in radar signals sent close to planetary bodies.

The Hafele-Keating Experiment

The 1971 experiment testing time dilation predictions in special relativity by flying atomic clocks around the world.


The Oscillation Project with Emulsion-Racking Apparatus’s 2011 investigation of tau neutrinos resulting from muon neutrino oscillations.

Electron Symmetry

2011’s precise measurement of the electron’s shape, revealing it to be almost a perfect sphere.

JILA – Atomic clock

The JILA experiment in 2022 using atomic clocks to detect minute gravitational effects.

Reflectionless Scattering Modes (RSM)

Ongoing experiments exploring energy areas to develop an understanding of Quantum Admittance (QA)

Light Slowed Down by 10,000

New experiments slow light by changing energy density and phase twisting support Quantum Admittance (QA)