## Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

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

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Monthly Archives: November 2019

## Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle

## Planck Units

## The Aether and the Constant H

## Pilot Waves and the Aether

## Straight Lines and Curves in Physics

## The Aether and the Constant C

## The Aether’s Role in Electron-Positron Pair Production

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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

When we talk about time in physics, it’s always about measured time. To talk about time in any other way is not physics, and does not belong to the realm

The speed of light is constant. No matter how we measure it, it always returns the same value. This value is the constant c. Some will argue that this is true only

The physics proposed in my book requires an aether made out of low energy photons and neutrinos in order to explain the

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