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Apparently empty space

  • Apparently empty space

     John-Erik updated 2 weeks, 2 days ago 2 Members · 6 Posts
  • John-Erik

    Member
    November 13, 2020 at 6:15 pm

    Something must explain:

    1. Light transmission by potential and transverse forces in light that can produce real forces by the help of energy from the ether.
    2. <b style=”background-color: transparent; font-family: inherit; font-size: inherit;”>Gravity transmission by gravitons, probably neutrino-like particles with extremely small mass.
    3. Forces in crystals needed for positioning atoms in a crystallic structure

    In apparently empty space (not visible to us) there must be something capable to do all this, since the ether is all there is. To explain 2 and 3 finite mass is needed. This means that dark matter also can be explained.

    One model suitable to do this was presented 300 years ago by Fatio, but ignored by Newton. This model becomes interested if we, instead of the mass point approximation, use Newton’s model on small volume elemnts and then integrate over volume. This must be allowed and we thereby become independent the form of the gravitating body. We have a more general form of Newton’s law. The body must not have spherical symmetry. Instead the fact that gravity produces approxmately spherical bodies means that Newton’s mathematical idealism works so well that the mechanism of gravity is hidden.

    Fatio’s model can explain this by an assumption of neutrino-like particles being attenuated by matter in one of 2ways:

    1. Either the flow is attenuted by absorption
    2. or the flow is attenuated by scattering of the flow in all directions.

    So, the fact that we are today talking about neutrino-like particles means that Fatio’s absurd idea now becomes realistic.

  • John-Erik

    Member
    November 14, 2020 at 2:23 pm

    David

    Yes, I mean aether

  • James

    Member
    November 14, 2020 at 6:25 pm

    Can you clarify what “apparently empty space” means? Perhaps this breaks down to (1) space definition, hopefully not with the legacy continuous space-time theory, and (2) what is not present in the space to qualify it as “empty”.

    • John-Erik

      Member
      November 15, 2020 at 9:16 pm

      James

      Apparently empty means that it contains no visible matter. Maybe black matter. Maybe we can find indirect methods to detect black matter.

      • James

        Member
        November 15, 2020 at 10:22 pm

        Perhaps you might agree that “black matter” can be defined as matter in the ground state (not emitting light). I go further in showing that perfect vacuum (no matter = atoms, ions) is teaming with energy quanta. http://www.binary-mechanics.com/2019/12/vacuum-composition.html

        • John-Erik

          Member
          November 16, 2020 at 8:58 pm

          James

          Sorry, I cannot comment. I do not understand the content in the link.

          Regards ___________ John-Erik

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