Modern physics has demonstrated that electron orbits are confined to specific regions around the atom. There are…
The aether appears to be having a come back in theoretical physics. In this recent paper, Musa D. Abdullah shows that a field model of the aether will greatly simplify things related to space, light and forces that act at a distance.
His reasoning is remarkably similar to my own, and his conclusions are pretty much the same. The main difference is that Musa D. Abdullah sees the aether as a field while I model it as a mix of very low energy photons and neutrinos.
Of particular note is his conclusion regarding gravity. He too sees it as a manifestation of an imbalance in the electric force, with electric repulsion being slightly less strong than attraction. He arrives at this conclusion through the application of formulas, while I arrive at this same conclusion through logical argument.
Once again, we see that the theory proposed in my book can be backed up with mathematical formulas.
Two bodies (dark brown) attracted to each other due to an imbalance in the electrical force (arrows)