|What Are Atoms? Aethro-Kinematics vs. Quantum Theory
- What are Atoms? What are they not?
- All Matter is Aether: Summary
- What is the origin of atoms and sub-atomic particles?
- The kinematics of a vortex in three dimensions: an explanation in figures
- The vortex
- The sink-source flow
Atoms Part II
- The kinematics of a vortex in three dimensions
- The kinematics of sub-atomic "particles"
- What is an electron?
- What is a proton?
- What is a neutron?
- Why electrons, protons and neutrons? The seemingly infinite number of quantum particles explained.
Atoms Part III
- The structure of an atom
- The electron-proton "electromagnetic bond" explained.
- The proton-neutron "strong force bond" explained.
Atoms Part IV
- An aetherist explanation of the relation between matter and energy (E=mc^2)
- The relation between atoms and electromagnetic radiation explained.
- The wave-like properties of an atom explained.
Atoms Part V
- Inertia Explained
- "Relativistic" mass increase explained as resistance of the aether
- "Relativistic" length contraction explained as distortion of an aether-body
The Aether is NOT just a Medium
Keep in constant mind that the aether is not only a medium, but constitutes, in full, the particulate existence of all atoms, including all
of their exhibited properties. Atoms are truly fluid things; they are systems of motion of a certain quantity of aethrons with no rigidly
maintained structure. Motion is the sole cause of the maintenance of its structure, forces, and properties.
Sub-Atomic Particles as Aether
As particles distinct from, or larger than, aethrons, there are no such things as electrons, protons, neutrons, and quarks. Aethrons
never merge to form larger particles. They are impenetrable; when one makes contact with another there always a collision and never
All of these so-called particles of the atom are just a vast quantity of aethrons with a self-sustaining vortical motion system of some
kind; and, the “empty” space of atoms is actually filled with rotating aether. Since these so-called particles, considered as a whole,
are rotating at rates of trillions of times per second, it’s not difficult to mistake this motion with solidity.
Electric Charge as Aether Flow
The "electric charge" of electrons and protons can be explained entirely kinematically as the sink-source flow of these particles. The
"strong force" can explained entirely kinematically as well.
Quantum "particles" are more properly called quantum vortices.
|All Matter is Aether: Summary
- What is the origin of atoms and sub-atomic particles?
- What is an electron, a proton, a neutron?
- Why does an electron and proton have an electric charge?
- What is the strong force ("force" that binds a proton and neutron?
- What is the structure of an atom?
- Why do particles have wave-like particles?
- How do electrons emit and absorb radiation (electromagnetic waves)?
I seek to answer each of these questions without assuming anything but the motion of the aether.
- I assume no action-at-distance (no electric or magnetic or strong or weak "forces").
- I assume no "electromagnetic fields" that are part of space, but not space, and not matter.
- I assume no wave/particle duality.
- I assume no particles larger than aethrons.
- I assume none of the other illogical assumptions of quantum theory too many to name.
The Origin of Atoms is Gravity Systems
Review the Gravity Page for a full explanation of the spiral torus vortex with sink-source flow theory of gravity. It explains in
detail why this system of motion creates the conditions for atom-creation.
- I'll use the earth as an example. It is a verified geological fact that the earth is expanding. Aethrons that reach and stay at
the center of the earth undergo tremendous pressure. These extremely dense and stable aethron systems of motion, the
“atoms,” form under such conditions. The rate of formation of these aethron systems corresponds to the rate of the
expansion of the earth.
- At the center of the gravity spiral vortices there is a much greater quantity of aethrons per volume than isotropic aethrons.
Such a high density of aethrons creates chaotic turbulence within the gravity center. At a certain critical threshold of this
turbulence, the aethrons, to achieve relative equilibrium, form collective systems of motion that take up a lesser volume of
space; and, vortical motion is the most stable state for the aethrons to be in under these conditions. At that critical
threshold, vortical motion overcomes choatic unstable turbulence as the most kinematically effective equilibrating response
to the extreme pressure conditions at the center of gravity systems.
- As I mentioned, these vortices occupy a smaller volume space than the same of amount of aethrons in chaotic turbulent motion.
This means that when the vortices form they leave space “behind” themselves. The surrounding aethrons of the turbulent
aether-medium, suddenly off-center within their collision-free spheres, immediately drift in to occupy the space the vortices left
behind. After this occurs, the boundary of the vortices and the aether-medium reach a permanent static and dynamic
equilibrium. The spatial extension of the vortex is limited by an outermost layer, representing a close to zero dynamic pressure
(of rotation) and a static pressure equal to the pressure of the external medium.
- Being frictionless, because aethrons are perfectly elastic, these vortices are highly stable, and dissipate only under very
extreme conditions. Hydrodynamic study has proved that rotational motion is permanent if there is no friction.
- The next page describes the kinematics of a vortex in three dimensions; and, the kinematics of sub-atomic particles.
|Origin of The Current Conception of Matter
|Matter is a Wave/Particle Duality
|Matter Never has an Exact Position of Space: It Exists Actually As a Probability of Positions
Source: Principles of Physics: Third Edition p. 921
|An Aethro-Kinematic Description of Gravity
This supposition is based on the uncertainty principle: A particle's position and speed can never
be simultaneously measured with perfect accuracy. It is believed that this uncertainty is the
essence of quantum structure: a particle exists uncertainly in reality and not just uncertainly to
us the measurer.
The Immobile Aether Distinct From Matter
Lorentz' electron theory, however, developed in the 1890s, is based on the hypothesis of a
totally immobile ether. Lorentz built his theory upon a strict separation between ether and
matter. In his view, the only way in which the two can interact is through tiny charged particles—
first called ‘ions’ and later ‘electrons’ and assumed to be present in large quantities in all
matter—which generate electric and magnetic fields in the ether. These fields in turn exert
forces on the charged particles.
Matter as a Wave/Particle
Since matter exhibits many wavelike properties it is hypothesized, after light, to simultaneously
be a wave and particle.