Psychic Dogs, Twin Dogs

We brought Hutch and his brother home against the admonitions of most veterinarians.   Hutch and Star were male littermates.  Males who are brothers and of the same litter rarely get along very well.  Usually they want to fight with each other excessively, and the admonition was given to avoid adopting them altogether.

We ignored the advice, and worked through the first few months of sparring activity that was done to establish the dominance of one over the other.  Finally, after both agreed that Hutch would be the beta dog, and his brother would be the alpha, all was fine.  Once they found they could get along, they were an impressive duo.  With both over a hundred pounds (Hutch at one point 126 lbs) – they were as trophy horses, trotting against their bridles and their leashes, running the trails of North Carolina with their master in tow.   The bonds they developed between themselves, and with me, were awe inspiring.

Many years passed and Star became ill.  A cancer wrapped itself around his spine, cutting it off and paralysing him.  He lay on a hospital gurney, dying.  At home, my wife sat at the table, watching Hutch.  A phone call informed that his brother was going to be put to sleep.  At almost that exact time (really, about ten minutes later) – Hutch’s face appeared suddenly worried.  With big eyes he looked towards the pad where his brother usually slept.  Then he began to whimper.  Ten minutes would have been about the correct time, from call to injection.

Our big bear part-rottweiller / part german-shepherd Hutch did not take to whimpering easily.  He was no chiwauwahua.  But, he was a serously concerned dog. There have been anecdotal stories of human twins with similar experiences.  One twin “knows” when the other has died, or is in serious trouble.

It’s not true that dog littermates are much like human twins. In humans however; recent discoveries indicate that a little of what happens to twins, happens to everybody.  Twins have identical DNA, if they are identical.  Probably, fraternal twins have some identical portions of DNA, but some that is not.  And children, it is now suspected, take a little bit of identical DNA from their parents due to the simple fact of gestation.  I am not a doctor, so this is an uneducated opinion that derives from my mind’s ability to connect dots.  If I’ve connected them inappropriately, or made other inaccurate assessments, the reader has been forwarned.

At one time, it was thought that the body could not have two sets of DNA.  IIRC, this has been proven wrong.  In any case, perhaps it is not necessary for all of the DNA to be identical.  Perhaps it is enough for long sections of it to be matched with each other, without being entirely identical.  This would be the case (it seems to me) – for siblings that share a home during gestation.

A dog littermate, by the just described reasoning, would have some of his brother’s DNA, in exact form.   Psychic studies seem to imply (based on anecdotal data) – that identical twins are most likely to have these kind of psychic experiences, and fraternal twins are somewhat less likely to have them (by 5 to 1 ratio). There is little or no data on the incidence of psychic phenomenon between mother and child.

If you look at the Wiki page on Twin psychic phenomenon, you will find the scientist’s viewpoint on the matter.  It is simply that, due to the inverse square law, psychic phenomenon is impossible.  They insist that all twins episodes are simple coincidences.

To an aetherist (not atheist BTW), the scientist’s viewpoint has a fatal flaw.  While it’s true that “normal” transverse light, taken as a whole, is dependent upon the inverse square law, a single photon, taken as itself, that has mostly longitudinal momentum, and also has perfect incident angle, does not observe the inverse square law in the same way.  There would be a much less deletiorous effect.

With an acceptance of a universal aether (latin pronounciation of “ether”) comes the ability to avoid the disqualifying inverse square law restriction, and leave open the door to psychic phenomenon based on what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance”.

Scientists have recently discovered what they believe is a non-local interaction between strands (and sections of strands) of DNA.  This is effectively “spooky action at a distance” – but operated over tiny intervals of space. The interaction is dependent upon the exact structure of the DNA, and so one perhaps could make the guess that it would work between twins in the same way as it works inside of and between elements of their own DNA.

Food for thought …

RIP, my ole’ buddies.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Tunnels in the Aether

Any visualization of the structure of the aether that involves rigidness runs afoul of common sense (at least it does for me), because light can travel in any arbitrary direction as well as any other arbitrary direction.  This seems to imply an on-the-fly structurable aether.  Some may call it self-organizing.  I think these structures are bounded by aether discontinuities, which themselves are the result of energy moments transferred in the aether (in mostly a circular fashion).

On-the-fly aether structures may be formed by impedance aether discontinuities. Aether discontinuities are boundary conditions.  Seemingly, the transit of some form of energy moment in the aether must be cause for an aether-discontinuity style of self organization that creates tunnels in the aether.  Because aether discontinuities are able to reflect/refract energy moments, created tunnels may act as coaxial transit tubes for the transmission of light. The traversal of the transverse component of light could happen as either a transverse wave or as a portion of a helical wavefront, following the self-organizing path.

Aether (coaxial) tunnels may result from the ability of discontinuities to reflect moments of energy. Discontinuities in the aether could possibly support two modes of transfer: longitudinal and transverse/helical. One could think of these structures as light transmitting coaxial circuits.

The author of YT site Theoria (which is not related to this author/site) – has in the past mentioned the idea of light coaxial circuits.

So, what is the spearhead for the propagation of light?  What is it that initiates the self organization and the creation of the tunnel? My opinion on this matter is that it’s the longitudinal component that paves the way for everything else. The longitudinal energy self organizes the aether as it goes – as the moments of that energy are transfered through it.  The discontinuity provides a transverse or rotational/helical path for the transfer of energy moments. The ping-pong action of quantum aether entanglement then follows via the reflections of longitudinal compression-rarefaction actions in the medium.

It’s the entanglement part that interests me, more so than the propagation of light, proper.  The other stuff I study just because it’s in the road, and needs to be moved before other progress can be made.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Why Bessel Vortex Beams Entangle Things

The bessel vortex beam can facilitate entanglement between its own photons and other quantum objects, such as individual photons or the photons contained by atoms and molecules.  It’s an energy-to-matter or an energy-to-energy sort of interaction, depending upon whether the moments are transverse, longitudinal, torsional, or helical.  Helical energy implies both transverse and longitudinal component moments.

Entanglement is like a longitudinal impulse laser, lasing single “photon” moments of energy between two discontinuities in the aether. The transverse energy in the beam interacts easily with matter, the longitudinal energy in the beam interacts directly with other moments of energy via the aether discontinutities that those moments manifest.

As transverse components tend to interact highly or be absorbed, entanglement may depend on a combination of the longitudinal momentum and potentially the aether-scale torsional/helical features of longitudinal wavefronts.  Entanglement may be hidden simply because most detection schemes depend on the usual transverse mode interactions of (light) energy with matter.  IMO, entanglement is entirely a Newtonian, classical physics concept.

It’s odd to think of energy-to-energy interactions, but physics has long embraced the effect via the known behaviour of trapped entangled pairs of photons.  Obviously, in such cases, there is energy-to-energy interaction, but it is via the intermediary of matter or (more often) just of the aether by itself, and more suscinctly the aether discontinuities rendered by the energy in the aether.

Entanglement and forward propagation paths may be completely separate from one another

The energy-to-matter interaction is a facet of the surface area presented by a transverse wave.  A helical or torsional wavefront may impart interaction features to both the energy within the atom and the spin of the atom, separately. Such a wavefront would be associated with the primary point-source aether-scale longitudinal momentum, and not the transverse waves, which are secondary derivative waves.  The longitudinal pulse has diminished interaction with matter, due to its lower surface area presentation (point source).  However; it is needed to create the form factor of the helical wavefront, which then can affect the spin of an atom or of its photons.

While transverse energy is often absorbed, any longitudinal momentum, including (potentially) any superimposed aether-scale torsional energy, impinges on aether discontinuities, and may be fully or partially reflected.  Thus, those moments contribute to a ping-pong action of lengthy entanglement.  The path followed by the ping-pong moments of entanglement need not remain aligned with the original path (of transverse/longitudinal/helical energy), which itself may form an entirely different vector (by, for instance being reflected from a mirror).  After the originating photons have left the source, the entanglement and forward propagation paths may be completely different.

Creating entanglement seems often to involve squeezing photon moments into very confined spaces, such as the 1D lattice of a crystal, or the small aperture of a laser borne bessel vortex beam.  But why is this the case?

The hidden nature of entanglement may be due to the longitudinal + torsional/helical features of the wavefronts involved.

In the past I’ve tried to answer this question by thinking about what components make up the system of entanglement.  Recently, my thoughts were about the bessel vortex beam, and its system of components.  It dawned on me that it may not be so much what is in the system of components, but more about what is not.

Normally, a standard gaussian laser beam will have a good deal of what we might call self interference.  If the longitudinal impulse spouts the transverse one in a self-organizing path of a tubular discontinuity in the aether, then the secondary transverse wave represents a lot of self-interference for the longitudinal component.  The interference is in the form of the secondary transverse waves.

My “Tunnels in the Aether” post describes light conduits that are like coaxial cables in the aether. These are the standard light or laser light scenarios, which involve a large amount of self interference.

What does energy transfer in a crystal do that a bessel vortex beam probably also does?  It eliminates interference.  The helical wavefront of the BV laser beam spearheads a clearing of the aether region within it, such that it may facilitate a “coaxial” return path in its center.

Entanglement is not so much about what is there, but what is not there: interference.  So, any old laser beam (or for that matter, ceiling light) might entangle things with their rays, if it were not for the fact of interference.  Any construct that eliminates the interference will enable entanglement.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

A Single, Elemental Clay

The free will thing is the biggest question for humans, and the most oblique and cloudy to understand. Maybe this has to do with quantum threads that live teetering on the edge of chaos. Just as a pseudo random number generator falls short of randomness, so does the typical view of free will fall short of accommodating our perception of how much of that (free will) we really have.

So, the idea that random choices that are not really random just look like free will, is an idea that falls far short of really explaining how the human choices we make are freely made.  For now, the answer remains a secret.  but perhaps the supernatural plays a part.

We are awash in connections (those being between quantum objects), yet with increasing distance between those quantum-endpoints, the interaction with the most far-flung of those objects decreases, such that we are mostly affected by our immediate surroundings and our inner selves (where both or all quantum endpoints are “homed” within ourselves, and only a few are extended).

This is forutunate, or we’d be composite beings with no self identity.  If everything comes from the aether – even all the energy that is manifested as moving bumps within it, and if matter also is formulated as closed circular self-perpetuating bumps within that aether, then we can say for sure that the universe is made of a single elemental clay.  God’s clay.

Atomic Aether and the Aether Hurricane

I’ve spent quite a few posts pontificating about the larger scale machinations of the aether, and have written about various phenomenon that seemingly could be associated with it.  I’ve boiled the entire universe down to a universal elemental aether with ripples on it – ripples that we can, in an abstract sense, call energy.

But what of the atomic realm?  If the action of free energy in the aether is so simple to describe, then  the atoms that comprise matter must also follow a simple description.  We are moulding the universe of a single elemental material: the aether.

Everything turns.  Like the lyrics in the song from the sixties, everything turns.  Magnets have their vortex swirls, weather systems have their turning hurricanes, atoms have their orbiting electrons (though “orbit” is a debatable term). But you get the point.  There is a pattern in these swirls, and the aether must support them prodigiously.  When we look at magnetic force, we must be looking at a house that follows the aetheric foundations under it.

We have the aether perturbations/ripples/energy-abstractions of movement and momentum (some call this space), and we have everything else in the rest of the vast aether – all of the perturbanceless/rippleless parts of it (some call the latter counter space). What separates the two are aether discontinuities – changes in the medium’s properties that are boundary conditions of perturbances, and that reflect similarly to an impedance discontinuity.  The idea of moving ripples on the aether (in the case of both slow and fast light) – seem simple to understand as an abstraction for energy. But what of the atomic nature of matter? Can its parts also be moulded into the simple model?

What separates the two are aether discontinuities – changes in the medium’s properties that are boundary conditions of perturbances

I have the feeling that the aether underlies all of the universe.  What we perceive as energy moves (really it transfers) across the aether, but occasionally it gets closed off.  Perhaps there is some mechanism by which regions of the aether become closed off from the rest of the aether.  Perhaps a wall is created by circulating fast light, which here and there in the early universe was found in sufficient strengths to produce aether boundary conditions in the swirl – aether discontinuities (like the impedance discontinuities of electrical theory).  Perhaps these discontinuities are really what traps the energy inside of an atom.  Perhaps the electrons really do not orbit at all – and instead reflect from the boundary conditions of the closed-off regions of aether.

What could sustain the aether discontinuity?  When energy transits the aether, it produces a real-time discontinuity as it goes.  Could such a discontinuity be a semi-permanent thing in the case of energy that has been walled-off into a mass of matter?  Such a wall would need to be very dense and very efficient.  Let’s say the modulus of elasticity for the aether is such that fast light does not have infinite speed.  This seems reasonable, even though we have no proof for or against such a thing.  That means the elastic action of the aether takes time to happen.  That would also mean that the reverse process would take time to happen.  Would this idea support an almost infinitely strong and reflective wall for atomic containment?

And if it did provide such a thing, could it be used to contain fusion reactions?  The discontinuity wall need not hold back the whole of the energy of a nuclear weapon.  The fusion reaction of a single hydrogen atom produces only a trillion’th of a joule of released energy.  It’s the chain reaction that makes a nuclear weapon go boom in a big way.  Yes – it’s much more energy than the oxidation reaction of say – gasoline – but it’s not the whole warhead in a single atom – not even close.  It takes trillions of atoms in a chain reaction to effect Hiroshima-like damages.  Someone suggested that the fusing of a thousand hydrogen atoms would likely not be felt on the tip of your finger.

So, using discontinuities to hold a fusion reaction is seemingly something that is in feasible scale.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

God Whacked the Universe with His Mallet

So, which came first?  Was it the Energy or the Aether?  Anybody following my lines of thought over the past few months realizes that I’ve essentially boiled the universe down to two things: energy and the aether.  Everything is a mechanical derivation of the effects of energy against the aether fabric of the universe.

During the creation event, did God whack the aether with a giant hammer?  And if this is so – was the hammer blow so hard that all of the universe is still reverberating from it today?

If, like Tesla believed, the universal fabric of the aether is (almost) frictionless, then the reverbations would be very slow to die out.  Instead, the ripples in the aether would ping-pong around the universe, sometimes coalesced into the hard/fast light of matter, and sometimes as transient ripples.

The ripples are directed in two ways.  There are the efficient, point-to-point, low divergence longitudinal momentum shifts of fast light, and the omni-directional, less efficient, high divergence momentum shifts of slow light, operating at the meager speed of C.  But – in essence – it’s all bumps and ripples on the aether, which are reflections of the movement of the ripples themselves, which for the moments of its movements can be considered to be energy.  So, energy itself is an abstraction for this transfer across the aether, and below it all is yet another simplification: all is the aether.

All is the aether, different here and there only by the slight manifestations of its twists and turns.  I started with quantum mechanic’s myriad particles, and soon discarded those ideas.  I boiled the maple syrup of what I thought the ingredients really were, getting down to the soft tack stage of the aether, energy, and matter.  Additional hard syrup boiling produced only aether and energy, and finally at the molasses state we have pure aether.  God had a simple task.  He only needed a one ingredient universe, and then it was a simple thing (for him) to whack it with his giant mallet.  We still listen to the music from that event billions of year on …

After he whacked the aether with his hammer, His job was done.  No more energy needed ever be added to the universe, because its frictionless design loses none.  The conservation laws (of energy, of momentum) are a tribute to this ultra-efficient aether, one-ingredient universe.

The twists and turns of the constantly excited universal aether can be manifested in many ways.  It is able to segregate itself into partitions, to make atoms and molecules.  Perhaps, the atom’s parts are confined by the medium discontinuities of the twisting, pulsating aether.  So, there are walls in the aether, that go to explain the universal divisors that break it up into a perception of matter, of energy, and of myriad details associated with that.  Yet, at its core it is all bumps and ripples …

Is a one-ingredient universe such an outrageous idea?  Let’s take the example of concrete.  Let’s consider that it’s really one ingredient (even though we know it’s a few indgredients).  But, it’s moldable and malleable, and can make many things.  So it is with the aether.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Why Light Never Stands Still

There is the old saying that rust never sleeps.  Well, light never stops.  In the atomist’s viewpoint of the world, there is not really a pat answer for why light ceaselessly moves.  But, to an aetherist, it’s a simple thing to understand.  To the aetherist, all the universe is a 3D fabric of aether, with elastic movements within it.  These movements started with the big bang, and continue to this day.  All that ever happens is that the elastic bumps within the aether medium shift around from one place to another.  They are always conserved, and the total universe is always in equilibrium.

The movements of light in the aether are thumps on the structure of the aether, and once those momentum movements have been instigated by a shove on a granule of the aether (a “granule” is what J. Yee calls the smallest elemental piece of the aether fabric) – then there is a corresponding movement (really a momentum transfer) to the other side of the granule.  The movements are not continuous movements, but instead a bump-bump-bump type of transfer.

Light that doesn’t move, by definition, doesn’t exist

When two opposing bumps collide, there is a bigger deformation of a single granule, but all of the energy of that collision is released back onto adjacent granules, because the aether absorbs nothing in the collision that it does not immediately release in the same form.  It is perfectly elastic.  Such an elastic return of the condition of the mesh will happen unless the first bump is immediately followed by a second bump, so the bigger deformations that are seen are a kind of slight of hand.  The light keeps moving.

This is different than is the case with matter, where the collisions are not perfectly elastic.  Matter can keep its deformations, and matter can stop (at least relativistically).

The light (which is a bump/ which is energy/ which is momentum) never stops.  If light were ever to stop, it would not be elastically deforming the aether, and so the bump that is the representation of light would not any longer exist.  The light would disappear from the universe.  That doesn’t happen, because the energy (of the pseudo-movement of the transfer of momentum) is always conserved.  It just goes somewhere else, instead of disappearing.  This is because the aether itself absorbs no energy that is not immediately released again.

This happens because we have defined the light to be a bump on the aether.  But, we mean by that statement that light is a transfer within the aether.  It is a bump-bump-bump style of movement. It is momentum transfer.  So, by definition, we say that light is movement (in bits), and light that doesn’t move, by definition, doesn’t exist.

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Aether Atomic Bubbles: Built with Angular Momentum?

 The past couple posts could be retitled to “The flopping fish, part one and part two” – because I’ve flopped around quite a bit in the descriptions I’ve put inside of them.  Normally, I can grab onto an idea and flesh it out with more strength and consistency (even if it’s a pretty wild idea), but building a spherical aether discontinuity within which to contain an atom’s contents have me flopping about on the beach.

To build a spherical shell of aether discontinuity, we envision a boundary surface area, agitated in some way by one or another type of energy.   Most ideas relative to “making the energy go round and round” are not very solid feeling.  But, another type of circular feature – angular momentum – already has a firm footing in the physics of optics and lasers.

The wavelength width of a laser beam is huge in comparison to an atom.  Wavelengths of transverse light for lasers are typically in the area of 500 nanometers, which abolutely dwarfs the size of an atom.  So, building a spherical aether discontinuity from an “angular momentum machine” seems right in one way – which is that the product fits inside the machine.

Laser borne bessel vortex beams may be the parts of such an atom producing machine.  Observing the output of such a laser apparatus shows what appear to be flying smoke rings, indicating that all sorts of angular and longitudinal momentums are twisted into the wavefront.

Why so much flopping around?  I once worked in a semiconductor wafer fab plant.  The theorists would come into the room, sit down, and run through the theory.  “Maybe this will fix your problem,” they might say.  But usually the maybe fix didn’t work.  Back in the day, semicon was a black art.  I wasn’t directly aligned with the physics of the job (mine was more about quality and computer programming) – but I did have a spot in the QA feedback loop that let me watch the black art fixes in action.

There was a lot of quantum in building chip wafers.  Now maybe I’d say, “There was a lot of aether.”

The black art fix was implemented by forming a brainstorm session which solicited any ideas that popped into our heads.  The whole group would do this, including myself.  The boss would say, “Anything that pops into your head, say it.”  No reservations.  No worries about it being stupid.  We covered blackboards in that fashion.

We always fixed the problem.

So it is with the aetherists.  I know it’s not an official term, but I think there are a bunch of us out there.  We have some pretty esoteric (crazy sounding) theories, but we like to splash them onto the board.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Aether Bubbles: The View from Within

Some of us remember the 500 word essay we wrote in grade school; the one we wrote for talking in class – and the one for which the insides of a ping-pong ball was the proscribed subject matter.

The task of building the entire universe out of one thing is about the same.

In our last 500 word essay, we wrote of bubbles in the aether, and of circularly driven hard (and probably fast) light energy, (note that hard light term comes from the Theoria YT channel and refers to extremely high energy “light”. He is not affiliated with this site, but I agree with some of his precepts. I have been describing a pretty esoteric view of the universe. Splitting energy into fast/hard and slow/soft light gives us some leeway with regard to building a molecular model out of aether (and nothing else).

If indeed the idea of light-speed particles orbiting anything (under normal conditions) is as absurd as it sounds, then the aether view of the bubble of an atom, with its aether discontinuity shell, may be an upgrade in the thoughts about the matter.  Having a two speed light, each speed with different interaction capabilities (i.e., with matter, with energy, with aether) – gives us some construction help in the building of atoms with internals like “electrons” and a “nucleus” and a bunch of “photons”.  Each may serve as an abstraction for bumps in the aether, some condensed and circular, some uncondensed and line-like.

We know the constants in the periodic table do work

We know the constants in the periodic table do work.  They work to build molecules of atoms in a very logical way.   But, the constants themselves can be derived in many theoretical ways.  There is more than one way to build a constant conceptually, and some other concepts may be wrong.  The current model is not necessarily correct, simply because it produces constants of the correct magnitude.  The vector may be wrong.

So, what about the insides of a ping-pong ball aether bubble?  It must have something that mimicks levels, or at least that is an intuitive thing to think.   There are a couple ways to conceive this, right off hand.  There are some other folks on the YT channels (FractalWoman comes to mind) – that subscribe to the idea of standing waves as “particles” and travelling waves as “energy”.  To a great extent, I think that is good reasoning in an aether-only restricted universe. We need to use every angle we can get our hands on.

The waves are reflected from the aether discontinuity shell.

But, standing waves are built from forward and reflected waves.  Note the latter term.  The reverse wave kinda has to be reflected from something.  This is where I step in.  The waves are reflected from the aether discontinuity shell.  Inside of the shell, the forward and reflected waves could create standing waves, and (as the YT lady says) – represent “electrons”.  How could energy transit the barrier of the aether shell discontinuity?  Hard/fast light and slow light have different interaction capabilities, as mentioned earlier.  One could interact, while the other did not.

OK, so we have an aether shell and some electrons.  Let’s put the nucleus aside for the moment.  How do we interact our ping-pong ball bubble with others, so as to create molecular compounds?

There is the subject of surface waves.  Our favorite YT lady has pontificated upon these in great extent.  These waves can produce (at the surface/interface of aether discontinuities) either attraction or dis-attraction (where the former is a type of low pressure mediation).   In that idea could be our molecule builder.

In Genesis it’s written that God moulded the universe.  How convenient it may be that the single ingredient of  the aether was His clay.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

Atoms: Bubbles in the Aether?

Over the last few posts, I have been exploring new aspects within the scope of my nascent idea about a one ingredient universe.  Previously, efforts to imagine the universe in light of a universal aether medium were targeted towards finding the form and action of energy, and esoteric things like quantum aether entanglement.  Does energy have a form? Well yes, because this mechanical viewpoint of the universe depends upon an aether with a modulus of elasticity that implies deformation of the medium, thus presenting with “form”.  Also, the recent discovery of “shaped light” seems to reveal that the underlying prime nature of the universe may be aether.

But, how do we factor the atom into an aether + energy universe?   I have been promoting the idea of aether discontinuities for much of the action within the universal aether.  They are like electrical impedance discontinuities, but are instead mechanical discontinuities of the aether medium. I have promoted the idea that the electrical discontinuity derives from the aether one.

The aether’s discontinuities give form to circuits of energy transfer within the aether, and provide for the pathways of quantum aether entanglement.  But – in addition to this, might the atom be a “form” comprised of the same kind of discontinuity?  I have in the last few posts mentioned the idea of closed-off regions of aether, which behave differently than the aether in general.  These closed-off areas trap energy within them, according to my embryonic idea.  Think about the atom.  What is it but a region of trapped energy?  If we equate energy with mass (as Einstein does in E=mc²), then an atom is indeed a bubble of trapped energy, albeit some of that energy is in another form.

Does energy have a form?

Not all of quantum mechanics is wrong.  The mathematics do add up in most cases.  Nonetheless – the QM-centric perception of the underlying principles underneath the mechanics and the mathematics are not correct in my opinion.  Some is simply left out of the discussion in the realm of acedemia.

I have written of circular light; of light traveling in circles.  If aether deformation and/or aether discontinuity is caused by the transit/transfer of energy, and if aether discontinuity is responsible for that bubble of aether region we’d like to promote as an atom, then the light may need to traverse a circular path in order to enclose the region, to trap the energy, to enable levels of quantum potential leaps. We have formulated that there are two kinds of light.  Perhaps high energy light is needed to enclose aether regions.  Some may call it “hard” light (The author of the Theoria YT channel does this.  Note he does not necessarily agree with anything on this page).

Is it so crazy to imagine that light could travel in a circle?  Light can indeed travel in a circular path if it travels along an aether discontinuity.  Refraction along a discontinuity is what enables light to follow the curves of a fiber in a fiber optic cable.  The light does not bounce as a reflection, but instead follows a soft curve (which does “bounce”) – due to the refractive index of the cable lining.  So, it curves a little.

A laser originated bessel vortex beam projects a helical wavefront, which is an unclosed circle due to the longitudinal component of the wave.  A very powerful bessel vortex beam, or perhaps the intersection/crossing of many of them – may produce an atom.

A very powerful bessel vortex beam may produce an atom.

Under most conditions, light would not curve much.  But, the creation of matter is a monumental event, requiring enormous energies of the type that would have been found in the early periods of the big bang and its aftermath.  In this cauldron of hot primordial elements, the aether may have formed bubbles.  In the beginning, the bubbles would be small and simple like hydrogen.  Does the so-called electron orbit around the nucleus, or does it reflect radially?  I think it does both those and other trajectories as well, probably randomly. Related to the curvature of light is the idea of angular momentum and vortexes.  A magnet exhibits the character of the vortex.

The hourglass of the magnet’s energy is a tribute to this progenity …

The nature of the aether seems to be such that it supports vortex forms.  The hourglass of the magnet’s energy is a tribute to this progenity.  It may be that the curved form of the energies involved in atom creation are present due to the torsion supporting attributes of the aether.  So, maybe the formation of an atom is more about angular momentum than anything else.

In any case it may be that the trapped oscillation is enabled by a momentary closing of a bubble in the presence of intense amounts of big-bang energy.  After enablement, it would be self sustaining, as it would create its own aether discontinuity.  Thus the atom could be a spherical region of trapped energy, “latched” into closed form by an instantaneous burst/event in the soup of creation.  After the region was closed, it would not matter whether the action was orbital or radial or anything else.  The aether discontinuity would reflect or refract all of the energy, keeping it trapped within the atom.

Thus the atom could be a spherical region of trapped energy, “latched” into closed form …

I have always been uncomfortable with the “orbiting electron” view of atomic structure.  The aetherists view is that there is no pull, or attraction, in the universe – but only push.  Pull can be mimicked, however, by what is really more like a low pressure phenomenon. Taking such a standpoint means that the speed of light velocity of an electron (or photon) would ordinarily cause it to fly off into counter-space.  Something must trap it, and I’m gathering the opinion that it’s an aether discontinuity that does so.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.