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Foamy Aether Theory of Everything

  • Foamy Aether Theory of Everything

     Peter updated 4 weeks ago 3 Members · 9 Posts
  • David

    Organizer
    September 17, 2020 at 9:55 pm

    @Pete , I have some questions about your theory. Does everything include magnetism, gravity, electricity and electric fields? Or is it mainly light?

  • Peter

    Member
    September 17, 2020 at 10:22 pm

    FET includes a description for all of the above: electric and magnetic fields, gravitational fields, EM waves, G waves. And because ether is foamy, it also has a built in description of QM. The size of the foamy cells are equal to the Planck Length. Did I mention that FET also includes a description of dark energy and negates the need for dark matter.

    • David

      Organizer
      September 18, 2020 at 12:04 am

      I have a question. Your model looks like a lattice model yet you talk about aether flow. I’m confused. Aether is a model where waves are transmitted through collisions. Lattice models transmit waves through elastic stretching of the connections. I’m needing clarification or am not understanding something about your theory.

    • Murat

      Member
      September 19, 2020 at 3:13 pm

      Hello Peter

      I got really excited when I read his theory.

      Because it’s 95% similar to the model I’ve been working on for about 35 years.

      The important difference; The Aether in my model is not foam, but a solid structure harder than steel. instead of nodes, bends, concentric 3-dimensional rotations and their harmonics. The particles are the result of this 3-dimensional rotational motion.

      I explain other forces as you have explained.

      If the rotation motion is 2-dimensional, light becomes a photon. Quarks are a subcomponent of this rotational motion.

      Motion A derivative and integration process on the aether depending on the direction.

      There are no particles in my model, a rotational / wave motion within the 3D structure and wave motions inside the very hard Aether.

      If your visualizations and my opinion can be combined, I think a common mathematical model can be created.

      Best regards.

      • This reply was modified 1 month ago by  Murat.
    • Murat

      Member
      September 22, 2020 at 2:37 pm

      Hello Peter

      I have examined in detail your explanations on the website at https://www.peterhahn.ca/.

      I would like to make a few suggestions with your permission.

      Can you simulate the behavior of Foam Aether against the classical laws of physics explained by Newtonian mechanics with software?

      The benefit of this will be to create the bridge between Newtonian mechanics and Quantum physics.

      For example ; Linear Motion, Acceleration, Angular Velocity, Angular Momentum, Free Fall etc.

      Other than that, I can suggest an experimental setup for the “Gravitational Wave Detector”.

      A more controlled experiment can be obtained in a smaller volume.

      For this, the first thing to do is a software simulation that shows the effects of a Gyroscope on Aether.

      I think that a stable Aether plane can be obtained virtually neutralized on the simulator using gyroscope systems.

      The Aether plane, which will act like a balance built on sensitive balances, will easily show the effects from outside.

      The reason I make this suggestion is because I think the Gyroscope does for gravitational waves similar to the effect of the magnetic field on metal.

      The reason for the Left-hand rule, which indicates the direction of forces in angular momentum, is that the Aether flow direction and the spherical rotational motion for particles are Amplified by the Gyroscope.

      So if you can show the forces in Newtonian physics in terms of the Aether, that would be a big improvement.

      Best regards

      • Peter

        Member
        September 26, 2020 at 4:27 pm

        Murat,

        Thanks for your suggestions, however simulating the macro world of Newtonian mechanics using foamy ether would take far more computing power than I have :-{

        I’m not sure what you mean by “stable Aether plane”.

        When you talk about Aether flow in your gyroscope experiment, are you talking about frame dragging?

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