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What is the Aether within space?
« on: 05/07/2016 22:27:13 »
What is the Aether within space?
   The debate of long ago of what light travels on has led to the Michelson/Morley experiment and the Einsteinian space time and alternate electrical theory solutions.  Somehow the Aether proponents felt that the universe was filled with something that was stationary. This would cause photons from a moving object to drop into a stationary field and then arrive upon another moving object which receives the photons.  There would always be an aether wind as objects flowed through space.
   The photonic gravitational fields are spherical fields composed of tiny masses of 1.566E-72Kilograms and charge 2.755E-61 coulombs according to dot-wave theory calculations. These tiny values would have little effect on moving objects but the most important thing about spherical fields is that they have little to no effect upon linear and orbital forms of energy. Only when they encounter the correct levels of energy within particles will they produce effects.
  In addition the gravitational field of the Earth moves with the Earth and corrects itself at the speed of light. The point of interaction with the suns field is at the balance point between the suns field and the Earths field. In addition we are dealing with orbital motion and the gravitational field patterns tend to maintain consistent balance of force patterns.
   The argument of an object moving through a stationary aether is thus meaningless. We have a moving aether.  The other problem is that photons tend to recombine readily into spherical waves. Light from the sun leaves the surface of the sun as photons. Then they become spherical waves. These flow along the suns gravitational field. As soon as they reach the balance point with the Earth, they become part of the Earths gravitational field. This causes a color change in any future photons. Thus when the Earth is moving toward the sun, the photons will appear relatively blue. When the earth is moving away from the sun the photons will appear relatively red. The speed of the photons will be the speed of light C when referenced with respect to the Earths field. The Michelson/Morley experiment proved nothing because the speed of light with respect to the Earth is C and with respect to the sun is C even though when traveling through space the speed was C+V or C-V. And of course Einstein was wrong. So for over 100 years many people have believed the wrong things. Oh well. It will probably take another hundred years or so because the errors are corrected. It is really funny that wrong concepts become scientific dogma and people are taught the wrong things over and over again until they are believed.
 


 
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Re: What is the Aether within space?
« Reply #1 on: 06/07/2016 11:06:27 »
Not quite, one see, this is the best part of theoritical science, one is never completly right as one is not completly worng, unless you're completly reality...
  What I mean is, haveing us started with the correct or wrong perception, we took oe that worked this far, and we build and rebuilt machines, new source of energy, we had wars and nations reborning themselves to ashes, learning, in resume is a good thing to be grounded sometimes...
 Even if the concepts aren't correct, the aplication is real, maybe less eficient but real noneless...
 I would reduce the correction for a period below a decade, since we're always producing, there will be not a big cost to produce "new", more effective, energy sources and machines...
 By any means wrong sience evolution may be correct and better, we by being grounded were forced to crack it to the last particle to try to find the mistakes, why would we build colisors and any other scientific experiment or telescopes learing about the whole, if we could have fly there since the begining...
 One things is sure about humans, if one can travel to a star relatively easy, learing, how its happening at the quantum level is not necessariry, evolution imposses necessity, if necessity is not presence, there would be no need for learing the details...
 And more important, if Einstein's equations are revealed to be incomplete or incorrect, we would need the old technoledge, this technoledge, to build the new one...
 

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Re: What is the Aether within space?
« Reply #2 on: 06/07/2016 15:33:17 »
Not quite, one see, this is the best part of theoritical science, one is never completly right as one is not completly worng,

Theoretical science produces a best fit approximation to the complex reality of existence. Einsteins equations fit well. Yet the complexity of space and time have non-linear components. Thus it is very difficult to really produce exact equations. this is especially true with variable space time in which the ruler and clock vary with a slowing time clock and expanding ruler. So what can we do? That is why I like to look at things from an engineering analysis. This gives practical feasible answers. The mathematicians can come up with fancy theories and equations but do they represent reality? Can you really build a universe proposed by many mathematicians? Einsteins complex space time makes no sense from a practicable engineering perspective. Newton made sense because he related the world we know and measure to his equations. We got to the moon with a simple slide rule and very basic computer long ago. We break apart protons and produce quarks and think the quarks are contained within the protons. Is that true? Or are quarks merely byproducts of the destruction of the protons? Are we able to take a box full of quarks and make protons again? I do not know if anyone tried to do that. So we question the older theories and look for improved versions. Today many scientists are searching for answers beyond the standard model. They want to understand how objects at a distance appear to attract each other. To me the objects are pushed together as the gravitational waves expand. thus basic physics is missing in the complex Einsteinian theories. Basic physics was left out of the equation and the people were fooled by the mathematicians who had no basic engineering abilities.
 

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