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Offline Alex Siqueira

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Re: What if an aether existed ......?
« Reply #25 on: 14/09/2016 02:17:18 »
In space, we do see a sea of photons - it is variously called the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR) or Sunlight, depending on its spectrum and source.

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The CMB is a cosmic background radiation

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Cosmic background radiation is electromagnetic radiation

I am not referring to photons traveling at 'c'. I am referring to the sea of photons which fill 'empty' space analogous to the H2O molecules which fill the oceans.

It is the sea of photons filling 'empty' space which are displaced by the particles of matter the Earth consists of. It is the sea of photons displaced by the Earth pushing back and exerting pressure toward the Earth which is gravity.

Yes for most, but not as a sea of photons, but instead each "starsphere" as being a delimitation of density of a area, and the sea of photons a single photonic tissue that has a base density, that is changed and restabilished by masses, cause as you describle ("filling 'empty' space which are displaced by the particles").
 Not as a sea of photons that need to be massless to be able to travel at C. But as C being directly related with the density of the photonic tissue, in this example inside heliosphere photonic density, determinated by suns mass and energy but occuring on and belonging to the tissue...

 Something like a "whole photonic tissue", when in the presence of light, as you ates it sort of opens up to matter, so it does to light, light than not being "one photon" as real particle traveling trough the mediun, but light being as matter, as energy traveling between the mediun, C speed being constant where it is occuring....
 The photon not as being a real particle that travels, but as something that is already everywhere as a whole, it does have density,this density determinates the speed of C on that area, and the speed of C determinates the acceleration, so C would always be constant, cause there is no photon traveling trough inside out a gass cloud loosing speed, only the constant speed in function of the mediun it is traveling between, reajusting itself to the density of the mediun on that specific area.
 Most important as soon as C leaves the gas cloud are it was passing it instantaneously readquire the speed, cause there never was any loss or gain of speed, not even speed, the C is always constant, and the speed always proporsional to the density of the mediun it is traveling between, I use between because such as a planet, space indienty both light and matter as holes and pehaps rags on it's fabric, sompressing them, away from the point of origin in a straight line, planets are spheric and influenced by the sun's horizontal plate they have where to lock-on, light is different, like a gost it have no bounds, space will than keep compressing the light on a single dirrection when in vaccum...
 This compression will be homogeneous and will give velocity to the light, as for the photon, not a real particle, but more a "temporary construction of space fabric tissue", that happens whenever energy/matter is presented...
 Atest that a photon cease to exist is correct and worng at the same time, for the photon as "the" has never trully "existed" as the term sujests, it seems to be a pseudo particle to deal with energy...
 What I mean is, that "the photon" at saturn, and "the photon" at Earth, are the same "photon", after and even before any light was presented on both location, but even as being one that has never trully traved at the speed of light, but intead opened up and compressed against the light traveling between, falling towards each part of the ray with the same compression provinient from its density, as space is compressing earth from all directions, from the moment the light leaves the source it, space, conserve that original speed, even of the density of the mediun change at some point due precense of energy/mass, the constant is still the same, as soon as the light moves to a less dense are aof the tissue it does not require to speed up, the density of the mediun is always compensating the constant...
 As result, the speed of light will always be constantly different in function of the density of the mediun, space, that also will be aways constantly different...
 

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Re: What if an aether existed?
« Reply #26 on: 14/09/2016 13:53:03 »
   the problem with any static Aether is that it was disproven by the MMX. In 3d a tissue representation is misleading. 3d has to be point oriented rather than fabric oriented. Spin of the points at c is the only explanation mechanically. For them to move electrons there has to be a rotation path. This leads to perpendicular offset (45 degrees) complimentary spins of the particles. This would spin electrons and keep them cycling by density dilation. Mass causes an increase in dilation (expansion). This expansion is related to Relativity (the gamma term). The areas which have the greatest expansion of energy (least dense energy state) has the greatest expansion because mass has no energy that is not given to it by the grid spin structure. Light is just a propagated wave on this structure. The expansion is the inverse square of the distance. The view of an object is the inverse square of the distance as a reduced view. The cause of relativity is the grid spin structure.
 
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Re: What if an aether existed?
« Reply #27 on: 18/09/2016 15:14:56 »
   The question of the Aether or no Aether requires us to understand what the gravitational field and the electromagnetic fields are made of.  The other question is what constitutes mass? Einsteinís special relativity and general relativity are excellent mathematical solutions which match experimental data. So they give true answers to measurements. But do they tell us what the gravitational field consists of? Do they tell us what the electromagnetic field consist of? What are the lowest quanta of charge in the universe? What are the lowest quanta of mass in the universe?  Thus we want to know that the fundamental construction of the universe consists of.
   If we compress space-time from infinity toward zero radius, we get photons and particles that have mass and charge. Thus we compress the Aether and get the physical universe. If the Aether did not exist then we would not exist. It is obvious that the Aether is not a stationary entity. It is also obvious that there are huge numbers of negative and positive sub-particles which form the electromagnetic fields. It is also obvious that there are huge numbers of bipolar sub-particles which make up the gravitational field and the photonic waves.
  We then live in a sea of plus, minus, and bipolar sub-particles. The energy levels are so small and their charges are so small that we cannot detect them. In addition small groups of them make up tiny masses and tiny photons. The tiny masses make up the dark matter in the universe and the tiny photons make up the dark energy in the universe.
  The question is how do they work? And why does Einsteinís relativity provide us with the excellent describing function as to how they work? In any event we do not have a stationary Aether. We live in a universe that in many respects mirrors the general gas law except the photonic sub-particles are all traveling at the speed of light C. That validates Einsteinís work as the best fit describing function.
 
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