D O C . 1 6 0 E I N S T E I N T O B E T O N H I S T H E O R Y 2 9 5 Therewith would be disproved the principle of the constancy of the speed of light, which is one of the foundation stones, and the one on which the theory of rel- ativity rests. There exists, however, in my view, practically no possibility that Prof. Miller is right. His results are irregular and point more to a still undiscovered source of error than to systematic effect. Published in San Francisco Examiner, 16 January 1926, p. 6. For the complete German version, see Doc. 161. Dated by the dates of Abs. 258 and Doc. 161. Otto D. Tolischus (1890–1967) was a journalist at the Hearst Universal Service. See, e.g. Miller 1925a. He raised the same counterargument in Doc. 49. Tomaschek 1926.