contd......

Continuing to elaborate on the proof of GAT Theory ( I feel like Faraday might have done in a den of mathematicians) the hypotheses (or premise) that an aether must exist is based on the fact that (1) the time constraint of 10

^{ -15} secs would not allow for the electron to emit more than one photon , thus the inference is that the energy of that real photon is passed along a line of connected 'virtual' photons of the aether and back into the conductor (i.e., line of force)(2) the laws of conservation of energy and momentum would forbid the electron from emitting another photon before the forces of recoil were compensated and the electron returned to a prior state by re-absorption of the emitted photon or another photon of the same energy. Thus the 'lines of force' are proof of the existence of an aether. Even more interesting is the fact that as long as the lines of force have a chance of delivering the real photon energy to a receptive electron within the conductor they are connected in series.

Thus each line of force will possess the energy of a single conduction photon. If however the destination or the availability of suitable electrons no longer exists ( as in a changing alternating current) the lines of force composed of 'virtual photon' immediately re-orient themselves in parallel and leave the vicinity at the speed of light.

These lines of parallel connected conduction photons are composite waves that we know of as radio waves.

The following are the properties of a conduction photon:

The Quantum charge of the conduction photon [tex]C^p_e[/tex] = 1.6 x 10

^{-19} C.

The wavelength of the conduction photon [tex]C^p_\lambda[/tex] = 1.2 x 10

^{-6}m

The frequency of the conduction photon Hz. [tex]C^p_\omega[/tex] = 2.4 x 10

^{14} Hz

Similarly the frequency [tex]\omega[/tex] , the wave-length[tex]\lambda[/tex] and the energy e of the composite wavelength may be calculated either using [tex]\hbar\omega[/tex]( planck’s constant x frequency) or by dividing of the quantum energy of the conduction photon by the composite wavelength. Now it is possible to see how the energy of the far field and the near field are produced. In the near field the ‘conduction’ photons are connected in series and each line of force holds the energy of one ‘conduction’ photon, so that in effect each line of force has an energy of 1.6 x 10

^{-19}This fits in with well with observed data and conforms with the flow of an electric current. It is possible to see that 10

^{19} lines of force will result in a current flow of 1 amp and so on. Note that here the drift velocity of the electrons does not matter the ‘conduction’ photons each deliver 1.6 x 10

^{-19} C . As far as the far field goes, here also the results are in line with observed data. In the far field the ‘conduction’ photons are connected in parallel thus each line of force in the far field contains the energy of one conduction photon divided by the composite wave length. For example, given that we have a 10 m wave length in the far field then its energy will equal :

[tex]Co_e[/tex] = Composite wave, quantum energy.

[tex]Co_\lambda[/tex] = Composite wave, wave length.

[tex]C o_\omega[/tex] = composite wave, frequency.

[tex]\frac{C^p_e}{C^o_\omega} = Co_e [/tex]

Here

[tex]Co_\lambda = \frac{\omega}{C^p_\omega}= Co_\lambda = \frac{10}{1.2\times{10^-6}} = 8.3\times10^6 [/tex]

therefore

[tex]Co_e = C^p_e/Co_\omega[/tex] = 1.6 x 10

^{ -19}/ 8.3 x 10

^{5} = 1.927 x 10

^{-26}J

The same result can be reached :[tex]C^P_\omega [/tex]=[tex]\frac{ 3\times 10^8}{8.3 \times 10^6}[/tex] =[tex] C^p_\omega[/tex]

[tex] Co_e =\frac{1.6\times10^-19}{8.3\times10^6} = 1.92 \times10^{-26} [/tex]

[tex] 37\times6.62\times 10^{-34} = 1.98\times 10^{-26}J [/tex]

To be contd........