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Mistake of the Century

When modern physics got rid of the aether, all sorts of trouble emerged. The electric force, the magnetic force and gravity were suddenly mysterious actions at a distance.

A whole range of phenomena at the subatomic level became probability weirdness in which things could be more than one place at a time. Space and time became something flexible that could bend and curve.

Since no-one can properly comprehend such concepts, everything became math and formulas. Physics became an exercise in advanced mathematics.

However, the moment the aether is allowed back into physics, things become at once more understandable and real. Forces become high and low pressure areas in the aether. Subatomic uncertainties become manifestations of interference with the aether. Space and time no longer need to curve and bend. Instead, it is the particles in the aether that change.

Electron surrounded by zero-point particles

An electron in an aether of zero-point particles

Getting rid of the aether was probably the biggest mistake in modern science.

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  1. I couldn’t agree more… Biggest mistake… I started researching notions of sciences several years ago for reasons I can’t fully explain myself… But I felt ideas and theories put forward by modern science didn’t quite match what I was observing/experiencing in my everyday life, what I know to be reality…. For my own personal gain I started questioning these ideas and theories… And came to very similar conclusions as you have outlined so beautifully in this website of yours and I thank you for sharing this viewpoint with the world…

    How could “scientists” of the time ( and even today) be so dismissive of the existence of an aether or even consider the idea more thoughtfully… As ( for me/my point of view) it explains everything a lot more simply and follows a more clearer line of logic.

    I don’t understand why … I just don’t..
    And the experiment they used to test for the aether… (+100 years ago) just silly the way they went about it, the method used for conducting the experiment and the conclusion that they drew from it… In my opinion… Has held science/physics/the entire planet back from where we should be

    1. I believe the type of aether they were testing for was of a kind different from the one proposed in my book. It had a static character required for the transmission of electromagnetic waves. The focus was all on electromagnetism. Field forces like the electrostatic force, gravity and magnetism were assumed to be mere side effects.

      When they discovered the photon they figured they didn’t need an aether at all since the photon could travel on its own without it. However, the issue of field forces was unresolved, as well as the double slit experiment, so they had to come up with all sorts of weird explanations.

      Had they instead replaced the static aether with a fluid aether, a lot of these issues would have been resolved, as I’ve pointed out in my book.

      Always glad to hear that others are coming to similar conclusions!

        1. Taken to its ultimate conclusion, I end up with space and aether being the same thing. Instead of space being a box in which aether exists, I have aether itself being space. Time becomes in turn the relative speed of things, with the speed of aether particles as the ultimate reference speed. This is explained in my second book. You may find it interesting and something to discuss with me and others.

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