|BASIC CONCEPTS OF THE AETHER
|The movement of the aether can be studied as a fluid dynamic phenomena
- We are able to treat the aether as a fluid phenomenon because it consists of incompressible particles
(aethrons) in constant motion.
|The aether tends to move in the direction of least resistance
- The only resistance to the motion of an aethron is other aethrons. This resistance takes the form of elastic
collisions. The aether naturally moves to equilibrate density differences in the medium.
- All phenomena of nature, including gravity, atoms, magnetism, light, are responses to pressure or density
changes in the aether medium.
- All density fluctuations in the aether-medium, because it exists three-dimensionally, are propagated in
expanding spherical shells at the speed of light until the disturbance is equally dissipated or distributed.
The intensity of these sphere-layers is inversely proportional to their distances from the source of density
of disturbance (this accords with the geometry of a sphere and is called the inverse square “law”). The
dissipation of density fluctuations is the cause anisotropic motion. The duration of anisotropic motion can
range anywhere from being immediately dissipated to being sustained for billions of years.
- Isotropic Motion: When the aether evenly occupies the space around it (i.e. there is a homogenous
density of aethrons) they aethrons are said to be in "isotropic motion."
- At each moment in isotropic motion, any given aethron is at the center of a hypothetical collision-free
sphere of space, such that, on average, there is an equal probability that it will collide with another
aethron whatever radius of the sphere it traverses. In other words, because of the random movement of
an isotropic aether, the cumulative collisions amongst its aethrons cause them to oscillate omni-
directionally about their collision-free sphere centers of space. The volume of the collision free spheres
depends on the density of the aether. In isotropic motion they are of equal size.
Aether Density: The two fundamental types of motion of the aether
- Anisotropic Motion: A density disturbance in the aether causes aethrons to be in anisotropic motion. A
density disturbance is of two forms: when the aether-medium is denser than isotropic equilibrium; or, rarer.
- Aethrons in anisotropic motion are direction-dependent. At each moment, on average, any given
anisotropic aethron is off-center within its collision-free sphere. The longest radius, drawn from the aethron
to the boundary of the sphere, represents the greatest probability that the aethron will move farthest with
the direction of the aether drift before colliding with another aethron. To move along shorter radii is to
move, however marginally, against the aether drift, and thus, to collide sooner with other aethrons moving
with the drift. In other words, while an aethron off-center in its collision-free sphere still oscillates omni-
directionally, the extra length of the longer radii, compared to that of the equal-lengthened radii of an
isotropic aethron, causes it to drift along the direction of the longer radii. The longer the major radius the
greater the drift. In anisotropic motion a great many neighboring aethrons share a common drift.
- The figure on the left shows an aethron in isotropic motion. Because of the even distribution of the aether-
medium, whatever radius of the sphere it traces it is equally likely to collide with another aethron
- The figure on the right shows an aethron in anisotropic motion. A density disturbance causes it to be off-
center within its collision free sphere. This aethron has a "drift-velocity" or is has "dynamic pressure."
- Bernoulli's Principle: As the velocity of a fluid increases its pressure decreases.
- The total pressure of the aether of the universe is constant. Bernoulli's equation states the following:
Dynamic pressure (anisotropic motion) + static pressure (isotropic motion) = total pressure
- While a density disturbance initially causes anisotropic motion, an area of the aether already in
anisotropic motion itself causes a density disturbance because it has low pressure (i.e. the aether will drift
to the area of lower pressure).
Click Here for a simple demonstration of Bernoulli's Principle
- As the fluid moves through a more narrow tube its velocity, or dynamic pressure, increases. This causes
the static pressure to decrease. The tube connected to it, which has a fluid within it, responds to this
pressure change by moving towards the area of lower static pressure
- This is an extremely important phenomena to comprehend since it fundamentally explains gravity,
atoms, and magnetism. All you really need to know is the inverse relation between the velocity and
pressure of a fluid and that a fluid in the vicinity of a area of low static pressure moves towards that area.
From the postulates listed above, the most important concepts to understand are:
- That all phenomena of nature are responses to pressure or density changes in the aether
- An increase in the velocity of a fluid means there is a decrease of pressure within it.
- That all matter is aether.
- That the aether consists of ultra-small, fundamental and incompressible particles (aethrons) of
equivalent size, shape and speed.
- The aether pervades all space; i.e. is extremely dense.
- That space in no way resists or alters the motion of the aether.
- That matter, its motion, and space exist three-dimensionally.
From these five postulates I give aethro-kinematic descriptions of gravity, atoms, magnetism and light.
"Aethro-kinematics" is the study of the mechanics of motion of the aether.
- Note that I do not propose the existence of any forces (gravitational, electromagnetic, strong or
weak) or fields (gravitational or electromagnetic) or dimensions beyond three. I propose that all
these so-called forces can be explained mechanically; i.e., they are entirely the effects of motion
and collisions of aethrons.
- I propose no wave/particle duality of matter or light. I propose no quantum indeterminacy or
- I also do not propose that electrons, protons, neutrons, bosons, quarks, or whatever other
quantum particles are the fundamental particles of nature; in fact, they are systems of motion of
|What is the Aether? What is Postulated and what is Not?
|Summary of this page:
- Assumptions of this Aether Theory
- What this Aether Theory does not assume
- Understanding the Aether Fluid Dynamically
The Aether Understood Fluid Dynamically as an Isotropic "Gas"