Michael Anteski's Ether model

Discussion in 'Alternative Theories' started by Michael Anteski, Feb 19, 2017.

  1. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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    Why would an ether be able to reduce "density"?
     
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  3. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    In my ether model, the ether arose first-causally, and underlies everything else, including atoms and the (much larger than ether units) quantum units atoms are made of. -If you were to apply an energy field that is designed in a certain way to be more etheric than the energies all around us in our atomically-structured world, (as I claim could be done in a specially-designed field test), the atoms of objects inside the test system will become more etheric. That would mean their atoms contain relatively more ether-sized units and comparatively less quantum-size-scale units. Thus the overall object's density would become less, so it would weigh less.
     
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  5. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Mass less. Not weigh less. Weight is only meaningful near the surface of massive bodies such as planets.

    Anyway, where does the excess mass go?
     
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  7. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    In my Ether Model, the ether arose first-causally, and underlies everything else, including the quantum/atomic bodies in the world we presently exist oin.

    My ether model has been described fully in earlier posts, if you want to look back in this thread. -According to my model, ether units originated when point-like units of original space transitioned from reciprocal oscillation to independent vibration of etheric point-like units, which now interacted with each other as their vibrations came into contact. I claim that the well-known Yin Yang depiction represents a pair of those original ether units coming into contact and forming a couplet unit. If two couplets then contact each other, their matching vibrations would form a tetrad unit in what could be called an ether "matrix." Larger and larger units then form, as multiplying vibrational contacts "lock" and link up, forming larger units, up to the size of quantum units and atoms.

    Thus, atoms would be massless, also, like ether units, in my Model. My model views "mass" as a mistaken concept from quantum theory. "Weight" is possible with my model. You just weigh an object in the usual way, and if the object is less dense, the weight should go down.
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  8. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    OK, you did not answer my question, and you are doubling down on not understanding weight and mass.

    Is it possible you are the dictatee and not the dictator?
     
  9. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    One approach to compare the ways my Ether Model differs from the current standard model in physics is to look at the different ways the two models view the question of "what is the most elemental unit of force?"

    In the standard model, the smallest unit that has been detected is called the neutrino. In current physics theory, neutrinos are the tiniest known units, and are derived from larger units in the cosmos, which would (in the standard model) be the "elemental" units.

    In my ether model, the tiniest unit is referred to as an elemental ether unit. These units are viewed as having arisen first-causally, as original space transitioned to a universal ether. As that occurred, elemental units in space that had been reciprocally oscillating with each other underwent a change to units that were now vibrating independently (rather than oscillating), which interact with each other as their vibrations come into contact. -The first such contact occurred as individual units underwent oscillational fatigue, and fell toward each other, forming "Yin and Yang" couplet-units. (Oscillational fatigue is a known process. It occurs in metals, for example.) Then, as one couplet came into contact with another couplet, their matching vibrations combined them into a tetrad unit. Then further multiplying similar contacts were able to rapidly form larger and larger units, as an instantaneous "lock and link-up" mechanism, to form force-units up to the size of quantum units and atoms.

    The way this ether model views the question of "the elemental" force-unit is the exact opposite of the standard model in physics. In the standard model, the smallest units, neutrinos, are able to be detected, and are derived from larger units. -In my ether model, the smallest units are still smaller, are not detectable for us, and are the basis for how the larger force-units are formed. -In this respect, the two models are the exact opposite of each other.

    If an ether model is ever accepted, it would require a whole new branch of physics to accommodate huge fundamental disconnects like this, compared to standard physics.
     
  10. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    With the above Model, larger and larger ether units are formed in an instantaneous way, as etheric vibrational contacts lock smaller units together, up to the size-scale of quantum units and atoms. Then, quantum units begin to participate in their own dynamics, now called quantum mechanics. That means that quantum units operate via different dynamics than does the vibratory dynamic of the ether, which is part of the reason physics, which is still locked into just considering observable quantum systems, has still not begun to appreciate the ether's existence. -However, quantum units retain an ability to interact via the ether's vibrations, because they all originated from smaller ether units. This underlies the phenomenon of quantum entanglement.
     
  11. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    One interesting extension of this model of how the ether acts in concert with quantum forces would be in the area of theories of how quantum thermodynamics works.

    With my ether model, the question of how the heat is generated in thermodynamics would differ from how quantum physics views it.

    In the ether model, as an energic transmission arises, underlying, primary, etheric forces operate via contact vibrations between one ether unit and another ether unit, a type of process where ether units would always be interacting with each other linearly, and would therefore be "cool."

    As described in my posts just above, as these ether connections occur, they operate in a "lock and linkage" mechanism, producing a contact-impulse passing instantaneously through the ether matrix. -However, "overlying" quantum units generated in association with the ether transmission would not follow exactly the same kind of pathway. These quantum units (photons, electrons, or the like) would interact with each other non-linearly, which would be how the heat would be produced in thermodynamics.
     

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