That's a good question, and something that has kept scientists busy during the 19th century and that's also why General Relativity was widely applauded.Tim_BandTechDotCom wrote:Just what are the qualities of the aether that you work with? Seems to have a density, but I don't wish to put words into your mouth.
I think because there hasn't been found an answer during that period, that The Aether is multiple layered and dynamic. My intuition says that it looks a bit like mist; in mist you have tiny water droplets that are suspended in air, if you wave a little bit in the mist, you get some turbulences, at the level where there is no 'gravity' and only density-limitations the movement of turbulences. A group of mist droplets (turbulences) can start to go in cyclic loops and take on the form of something more tight (solid). If you zoom-out, you'll see a new sort of mist made out of these groups, btw if you would zoom-in to the original mist you might see the same thing. It would be a bit like the Mandelbrot set where new levels of 'activity' appear. That's why I believe that string theory is correct, each 'string' describes such a group, and during particle collisions you'll always find smaller and smaller parts that make up groups.
Related to the stuff on my blog, I think there might be 3 basic infinitly looping groups (knots-strings):
- Basic circle -> O
- Twisted circle -> 8
- Trefoil-knot -> T
- The 'O' could spiral at a constant speed through the Aether -> Electron
- The '8' would also just spiral through the Aether, but it would have a screw like property and applying downwards pressure -> Gravity
- The 'T' has a more complex shape and cannot spiral as fluent through the Aether and would have a more stationary property -> Proton
I have taken a look but it doesn't ring a bell.Tim_BandTechDotCom wrote:There is a fairly interesting construction at my website:
that could be meaningful to you...