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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: mad aetherist on 10/04/2019 02:34:08

Title: Should Lorentz Length Contraction be based on the speed of photaenos or photons?
Post by: mad aetherist on 10/04/2019 02:34:08
Tesla's longitudinal scalar transverse em radiation is superluminal.  Gasser measures a speed of 5c kmps in the nearfield. I have explained that tem is due to photaenos emitted by photons.
The Lorentz equation for length contraction is based on the speed of light (photons) in the aether (ie 1c kmps), & on the velocity in the aether of the object contracted.
I am thinking that inter & intra atomic forces are not transmitted by photons or em radiation but praps by photaenos & tem radiation. In which case LC of an object should be based on say 5c not on 1c.
If photaenos emitted by say electrons travel at say 100c kmps at distances as small as an atom radius then that 100c kmps would apply in some way to some degree.

If true then this would mean that LLC is much weaker than we thort.
And this would upset a lot of nice sounding comfortable theory on both sides of many arguments.

em radiation travels at 1c/n along conductors (n being the n for air, or the n for the unsulation). But transverse em, ie tem, travels at 5c in the nearfield (or praps at 5c/n).  Both em & tem are due to photaenos, & both have the speed of photaenos.  But somehow photaenos have two speeds.  Catt's Heaviside slab of halfwave square tem radiation propagates at 1c/n along a conductor, & propagates at say 5c/n tween two conductors. I think that praps the faster speed (5c/n) has some or all of the effect (re inter & intra atomic forces)(where it might be faster)(eg 100c/n), in which case the standard Lorentz equation is as i said wrong.
Title: Re: Should Lorentz Length Contraction be based on the speed of photaenos or photons?
Post by: Bored chemist on 10/04/2019 07:30:51
"Should Lorentz Length Contraction be based on the speed of photaenos or photons?"
It should be based on photons, because "photaenos " are some nonsense you made up.
Title: Re: Should Lorentz Length Contraction be based on the speed of photaenos or photons?
Post by: mad aetherist on 10/04/2019 08:46:23
"Should Lorentz Length Contraction be based on the speed of photaenos or photons?"
It should be based on photons, because "photaenos " are some nonsense you made up.
Photaenos are charge radiation, & charge radiation gives em radiation.
And electron /nucleus interactions are by virtue of em radiation (photaenos).
And photaenos might propagate away from the parent helical central body of the photon at a speed say 5c kmps.

How might a photonic interaction create attraction in the atom, or tween atoms etc?
A photaeno interaction must be able to create attraction, but i havnt yet invented how.