Saturday, August 27, 2011


One way that a spiraled torus would move forward is because of the thrust generated in the center, where the pressure of all the rotating spirals meet. An other option for a larger ring is that the torque at every point along the ring has an opposite force, this keeps the whole ring in balance and generates the tension needed to make the whole ring move forward along its center axis. 

On previous models there where 'scoops' along the torus that generated the spiraled profile. An other way of generating a profile that has grip, is to use a polygon with 3 to N sides, and have it twirling around the ring. Such a twisted profile along with an impulse spin would provide the necessary features to make a hoop move forward through a medium, be it water and air, as in clip with the dolphin below, or Aether and compressed Aether.

The image of the whirlpool below shows how it has a naturally rippled profile due to the structure of the water (medium) and the wind. An entwined Torus could have a similar grip providing profile.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Pilot Wave

A recent article in Nature:

A quantum take on certainty

Intriguingly, the trajectories closely match those predicted by an unconventional interpretation of quantum mechanics known as pilot-wave theory, in which each particle has a well-defined trajectory that takes it through one slit while the associated wave passes through both slits. The traditional interpretation of quantum mechanics, known as the Copenhagen interpretation, dismisses the notion of trajectories, and maintains that it is meaningless to ask what value a variable, such as momentum, has if that's not what is being measured.

Steinberg stresses that his group's work does not challenge the uncertainty principle, pointing out that the results could, in principle, be predicted with standard quantum mechanics. But, he says, "it is not necessary to interpret the uncertainty principle as rigidly as we are often taught to do", arguing that other interpretations of quantum mechanics, such as the pilot-wave theory, might "help us to think in new ways".

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Spiralled Torus - Cross Section

This simulation shows perfectly the current / thrust that is generated through the hole in the middle.

Color Spectrum (Shaoling Fish - Flocking Birds)

Light is build up out of different frequencies, layer up on layer: Red + Green + Blue = white. In physics the term photon is used to describe the smallest entity, it is the lowest number on the plank's scale.

Light is considered a wave that travels through space. From the 8-formation particle concept, one could see light as a flock of birds or a shoal fish moving through the Aether. The compression and size of the group defines the possible frequencies it contains.

By using a prism light can be split up, when it passes the lattice of the glass' atomic structure, bending the incoming light into different observable bundles / formations / frequencies: Low (Red) - Medium (Green) - High (Blue)

Visco-Elastic Medium (Aether)

When Aether is considered as a Visco-Elastic medium, with particles bouncing of each other, containing lots of energy, as shown in the above YouTube clip (2min38) … well if in such a medium a spiraled looping such as the Torus or the '8' is placed, and they are given an impulse, then this impulse might be conserved.

The spiraled screw-structure would reduce friction when flowing forward, and an agile rotary system along the path of the looping would act like a ball bearing, make them slippery as an eel, and they would have a continuous momentum, giving them the mechanism to move from one side of the medium to the other side, at a constant speed that is defined by the intensity of the Visco-elasticity of that medium. The ongoing process of action & reaction, push and being pushed, powered by the bouncing particles.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Spiralled Torus in Bath of Particles

This animation is a first test made by computer artist / scientist José 'El Gato' JAHC. It shows that thrust is generated.