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**New Theories / Re: Can Ether Model Best Explain Electromagnetism by Analogy to Quantum Entanglement**

« **on:**16/06/2019 14:38:26 »

My Ether Model accounts best for how an underlying vibrational ether dynamic produces stable systematic quantum dynamics.

This ether model is based on how it began from a universal oscillation, which transitioned to a universal etheric vibration. (Universal oscillations of neighboring elemental point-like units resulted in oscillational fatigue, so that they reverted to singleton units, which broke the symmetry of the oscillations, producing an ether matrix, composed of elemental, identical, units, now independently vibrating.)

Being elemental, these ether units are identical, and since they interact via contact vibrations, this produced a perfectly linear dynamic system. Being universal, everything from then on was made up of these elemental units. Larger energy units, up to the size of quantum units, are built of these ether "building block" units, and retain the capacity to interact with the ether matrix, via vibrational contact.

When we look at quantum interactions, for instance between an atomic nucleus and electrons curving by it, the comparative distance relationships are extreme. The electrons are, by size comparison to our world, many miles away from the nucleus. -How could they interact dynamically, as we know they do? -The answer lies in the fact that the intervening ether matrix furnishes the linear connections needed for a systematic dynamic relationship between quantum units.

This ether model is based on how it began from a universal oscillation, which transitioned to a universal etheric vibration. (Universal oscillations of neighboring elemental point-like units resulted in oscillational fatigue, so that they reverted to singleton units, which broke the symmetry of the oscillations, producing an ether matrix, composed of elemental, identical, units, now independently vibrating.)

Being elemental, these ether units are identical, and since they interact via contact vibrations, this produced a perfectly linear dynamic system. Being universal, everything from then on was made up of these elemental units. Larger energy units, up to the size of quantum units, are built of these ether "building block" units, and retain the capacity to interact with the ether matrix, via vibrational contact.

When we look at quantum interactions, for instance between an atomic nucleus and electrons curving by it, the comparative distance relationships are extreme. The electrons are, by size comparison to our world, many miles away from the nucleus. -How could they interact dynamically, as we know they do? -The answer lies in the fact that the intervening ether matrix furnishes the linear connections needed for a systematic dynamic relationship between quantum units.