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Dielectric Constant?

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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on November 13, 2002 13:28:22 UTC

It's the same as for a perfect vacuum.

So you do agree now with my aether physics?

But I say, the aether density changes when out-displaced by a body of matter.

This mechanism is responsible for both Einstein Lensing and the redshifting of light as it "climbs out of a star's gravity well".

And it changes the dielectric constant. I have no idea what the body-mass / dielectric-constant-curve would be.

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