Abstract

In the Marinov coupled rotating-mirror–interferometer experiment [Czech. J. Phys. B 24, 965 (1974)], a comoving observer must synchronize his clocks after an acceleration. As a result of the resynchronization, the mirrors, according to the observer, reach their fiducial points at different times. The observer interprets this as a twist in the apparatus; when this is corrected by adjusting a mirror, a null result follows.

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