## Quantum Entanglement and Wormholes

The phenomenon of quantum entanglement is one of the weirdest predictions of classic quantum mechanics, and the fact that it

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# aether

## Quantum Entanglement and Wormholes

## Three Great Imbalances

## Everything is of the Aether

## Coulomb’s Law of Colliding Rockets

## The Void, the Aether and David Hilbert’s Infinity Paradox

## Neutrons are not Fundamental Particles

## Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

## Planck Units

## The Aether and the Constant H

## Pilot Waves and the Aether

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The phenomenon of quantum entanglement is one of the weirdest predictions of classic quantum mechanics, and the fact that it

There are three great imbalances in the universe. They are:

- The difference in size between electrons and protons
- Gravity, with no apparent anti-gravity

The strict particle model presented in my book of physics leads us to the conclusion that everything is in some way derived from the aether. In the final

Imagine two spherical space stations with a limitless supply of rockets. Each space station sends out rockets in straight lines in all directions. The rockets are all

The void is not space. Space is aether, and aether is particles. The void is an infinity of nothing, something we don’t ever experience

Standard textbook physics tells us that the neutron is a fundamental particle. However, it’s well known that this particle cannot exist

There is no way to measure or register any time unit that is shorter than the time it takes a photon to cross an electron. This is the inescapable

Having discovered the fundamental constant h, which relates energy to frequency, Max Planck realized that he had all the elements required to calculate

Planck’s constant h relates the energy carried by a photon to its frequency. This gave rise to our current understanding of light and the

The double slit experiment, when applied to single photons traveling one by one through a double slit barrier, proves that there is self interference

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