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Aether Density Physics

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 5, 2002 17:43:23 UTC

***But the old aether can do exactly the same thing as an optical medium of increased density in close to the Sun, on light waves. This does not invalidate the photon, but it certainly provides a viable alternative.***

The next step is to specify the constants that model or represent aether density and indicate how they are factored into Maxwell's equations.

Perhaps you have not followed my work here, but I donot think that any particles exist, except for fleeting instants when they collapse to the unified field in oreder to interact with other types of particles.

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