Thursday, September 27, 2012
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
The Michelson–Morley experiment has shown us that particles aren't affected by the Aether, so how can it be that there is an Aether?
One solution for this problem is that an elementary particle is a string-like vortex/eddy, and it is closed-loop so it can keep its composition. Something like a Torus or a Figure 8 knot. Such an object can keep its relative position thanks the rotation that redirecting the Aether-wind around itself in all cardinal directions, and making it look as if there is no Aether at all.
... similar to the wooden windmill below; the wind makes it spin around and screw forward, but it doesn't push the object away.
This kind of rotating particle is not a passive object, and it can drills its way through the Aether. When a particle is 'attracted' by an area in the medium with a 'cooler' intensity level, than it will cut trough the Aether like a 'Circular Saw' to that lower energy zone. (Note: every particle has an empty core unit (container) that sucks energy/excitement out of the Aether, the more particles there are in one place the less excitement there is, and the lower the temperature is in that area.)
One can compare it to a spinning top that keeps its spot even when blowing hard on it, the moment you give it a push with your finger, or as in the clip below when it hits a wall, it shoots into one direction, and it is not affected by any friction or wind.
Posted by Michel at 8:04 AM
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
A fractal structure concept for an branched Atomic Shell system (2-8-18-32) that generates a tree of electron 'leaves' with multiple echelons to process or absorb incoming photons in an photosynthetic way. All the rotating electrons are rotating in a synchrony set-up, and can bounce around. In the heart there is a nucleus of protons made out of quarks in a trefoil knot binding, that exchange bosonic gluons and that has a flow generating core in the middle, the flow of these cores are bundled into one glass wire type of canal network, holding everything in balance. The dynamics of this should be seen as a 'horn-section' where photons are puffs of air (containers), sucked in and blown out. It is all about the music baby : )
In the beginning of this clip, you can also see how electricity spilts 'fractal-wise' up in two threads.
Posted by Michel at 4:23 AM
Thursday, September 6, 2012
art by Bengal
"All is fair in love and war, so they tell me ..." So I've recently used this image on Ethan Siegel's blog, in my debate with others commentators about the Aether and what the substance of matter is (my name is chelle):
Posted by Michel at 6:10 PM
Monday, September 3, 2012
imho particles are temperature related (I use temperature here more as a popular term to describe an excitement level within the Aether and the Particles). Now replace mass with temperature container, and see for example the Sun as one giant cold spot, because it contains so many little cold spots. Now everything goes from warm to cold, we all look for a place in the shades to cool down. Fermions are particles that are open and Bosons are shielded off, and can carry the cold (shade) from one place to an other without losing it. Next you have to imagine the Aether as a static vibrant fluid that can transfer temperature freely but with a relative constant pressure, this would be the Higgs Field. A fermion that has mass 1 or temperature 1 and that is open, will gradually move towards the place that has temperature -1 but by doing so it will lose heat to the medium, thus the medium get’s warmer around it and it’s acceleration towards the cold spot will stay the same. Now imagine photons that are closed off, these particles can’t mingle their temperature with the Aether (Higgs Field) so they won’t change in temperature and are hardly affected by colder temperature fields (Gravity), but gravity goes in a circle around one spot (Sun) so the gradient is curved and light will be bent. Now the Aether disperses an overall a temperature of 2.725 K (CMB). And a massive particle can never move at the speed of light, because it will always lose energy because it is open, not like a photon that generates a shell and that can keep it’s temperature. The relation between the temperature of the Aether and the core temperature of the particle will define the energy of a particle. And yes there might even be very small graviton-bosons that carry a little bit of coolness far into space, along with the photons, so gradually the Space around the Sun and the Milky Way is being wider and wider cooled down, affecting the photons that are approaching us. Thus the further the field around us gets to be chilled, the more energy the incoming particles relatively lose, creating Red Shift.
Some quotes & notes regarding Aether:
A. “Thus, once again ,,empty” space appears as endowed with physical properties, i.e., no longer as physically empty, as seemed to be the case according to Special Relativity. One can thus say that the Aether is resurrected in the General theory of Relativity, though in a more sublimated form.”
A. Einstein, Grundgedanken und Methoden der Relativitatstheorie in ihrer Entwicklung dargestellt, (Morgan Manuscript) Einstein Archives 2070.
B.“According to the general theory of relativity, space without ether is unthinkable; for in such space, not only would there be no propagation of light, but also no possibility of existence for standards of space and time (measuring rods and clocks), nor therefore any space-time intervals in the physical sense.”
A. Einstein, Aether und Relativitaetstheorie, Berlin: Verlag von J. Springer, 1920.
C. “All our attempts to make ether real failed. It revealed neither its mechanical construction nor absolute motion. Nothing remained of all the properties of the ether except that for which it was invented, i.e., its ability to transmit electromagnetic waves. Our attempts to discover the properties of the ether led to difficulties and contradictions. After such bad experiences, this is the moment to forget the ether completely and to try never to mention its name.”
The Evolution of Physics Einstein 1938
So Einstein does not say that there is no Aether, he only spoke of failure to make it real, and to give up and forget looking for it. That’s like how Newton said in 1721 that a watch could never measure time precisely, or how Ernest Rutherford said in 1933 that anyone who looked for a source of power in the transformation of the atoms was talking moonshine. The problem is discovering it.
Posted by Michel at 1:29 AM