The ether and the matter

Articolo N. 147

Electrons: a new insight

Electrons: with this chapter, I will consciously move on to a theme which was not, till now, correctly dealt with. It will be certainly a difficult subject to touch, but once it will be opened, it promises to achieve many great results.

As a consequence of the reintroduction of such an old concept as the ether, a super-fluid that is filling all the space, I’ll have to review the fundamentals of the physics and chemistry, I mean the atom. This is due to the fact that normally physicists and chemists do not consider the ether as the basic element in their analysis. Moreover and in addition, we’ll have to make a thorough revision of electromagnetism as well. The idea is to arrive to define the relation between the ether, the electric field, the magnetic field, the strong and the weak nuclear forces.

A non-uniform distribution of etherons

We all are aware that an electric field entails a change of the space characteristics due to a non-uniform distribution of etherons in the space. This generates a wind of ether, that is to say, a movement of etherons in the space that consequently will change its basic features, thus giving birth to an electric field. The same will happen for a gravitational field: it is a vertical wind of etherons.

Within the limits of this research, this is not the first time I have to mention the Higgs boson. It is that particle that participates in generating mass. We have already set a comparison between the etheron and the Higgs boson while opening the hypothesis that the ether is responsible for the creation of matter. The hypothesis I want to consider is that an accumulation of etherons in a specific point, with a specific energy and concentration, generates an atom that is thus a different entity from the atom generally suggested by the scientific establishment. In order to check the validity of this hypothesis, we have to reconsider many of the scientific fundamentals at the light of the existence of the ether.

The first point we want to focus on is that the atom is formed by a positive and a negative charge. The positive sign + is the nucleus while the negative sign – is formed by the electrons that, in the planetary-shaped atomic model, rotate around the nucleus. What are these charges? What can be a charge immersed in the ether?

LaViolette, a scholar of ether, has made the hypothesis of a double kind of ether. He could imagine an X and a Y etheron with different plus and minus charges. Although this can really be a possibility, in my research I never felt the need to introduce an ether made by two different particles. So, I would like to continue this way. Up to now, I described the ether as made of neutral particles that have the possibility to move in the space. They can only vibrate around their position as it turns up when a ray of light passes by. The same happens when the particles can move in a force field such as an electric field, a gravity field or inside the ether vortex that sets into motion the celestial bodies.

Since etherons can move, they can accumulate in a specific place creating points where there is an abundance of etherons and other points where there is a rarefaction of them. To make an analogy, you can think of the high and low-pressure systems (cyclone and anticyclone) that are responsible for winds formation. The idea is the following. This super-fluid ether that fills space and matter can create two different kinds of charge. There will be a positive charge when there is an abundance of etherons with respect to the average distribution of them. On the other hand, there will be a negative charge where there are fewer etherons than the average.

Positive and negative charges are always attracting because a system with a non-uniform distribution of etherons is in a high energy state. It is far from equilibrium, and it tries to equilibrate moving the etherons. It is like a pressure container in a room in which the void was made. If the container is opened, the filling air will immediately move to occupy the entire space now available.

When a negative and a positive charge approach, the system will again be neutral, in a low level of energy and etherons will cease to move.

In a body with a certain mass, etherons form the atoms. Atoms are packets filled with etherons that form the positive and the negative charge of the atom. Atom is thus inherently neutral. Bodies are neutral in normal situations because atoms are neutral. But bodies can lose their surface electrons or maybe the atoms can oscillate around their position, partially losing their neutral situation.

In insulating, non conducting materials atoms can only oscillate behaving like a dipole that orientates according to the external field of force. In a conductive metal, on the other hand, “electrons” are free to move in the whole material, like a fluid in which all atoms share their electrons. Scientists allow thus the negative charges the possibility to move, while they consider the positive charges as static.

The classic experiment allowing you to understand is the one of a comb. Once you rub it, it loses some surface electron and charges positively. If you, then, approach the comb to a piece of paper, this is attracted and lifted by the comb. Paper is not conductive: its atoms can only move a little orientating with their negative charge toward the comb. This is because the atoms of the paper are attracted by the positive charge of the surface of the comb. This way the paper is attracted and lifted due to an electrostatic attraction.

But how can an ether made atom lose an electron? What is an electron if the entire atom is filled with ether just with different concentrations? These are questions we have to answer.

The atom is a packet of etherons. Anyway, inside this packet, the etherons concentrate mostly in the nucleus. It acquires, this way, a positive charge. The etherons contained in the atom all around the nucleus arrange in layers according to a concentric spherical shape. These concentric layers have a number of etherons that is lower than in the nucleus and lower than the average concentration of the whole atom. This originates a stress between the external part of the atom and the internal part of it. So, the need arises to release etherons to reach an equilibrium. The atom would naturally collapse in this situation, reaching the balance by an internal shuffling of the etherons. But something happens that gives stability to the structure.

The atom is not simply a mere packet of etherons but it has its internal energy giving it stability. How will this be possible? It will achieve such results by putting in vibration the external layer of etherons that concentrate circularly all around. The external spheres have to oscillate of a circular oscillation. In reality, the shape of the wave could be different and not a sphere as we will apprehend in the future. This means that all etherons oscillate around their position, transmitting the wave to the next etheron.

According to its inner energy, the wave can assume different shapes. This is the electron: a sound wave around an agglomeration of etherons. This sound wave engenders the stability of the atom and constitutes the electron. By giving it stability, it also gives neutrality. The atom is not, however, a uniform amalgam of etherons. On the contrary, it is a non-uniform and continuously stressed double-faced packet. It has a nucleus enveloped by one or more sound waves that move through spheres of etherons. From the outside the atom is neutral. Anyway, the continuous movement of the electrons can in any moment reveal an eventful hidden internal life inside the atom. To have an idea of the appearance of the atom we can think of the figures generated by sound in cymatics. In the image below you can see some image of electrons compared with cymatic figures generated by sound.

When an atom loses an electron, this means that one of the waves has stopped oscillating. In this case, the nucleus is hidden no more and the atom becomes positively charged. So, we will discover a positive ion that will be able to acquire its neutrality again. This will be possible only in the case it can recover back the lost etherons. This will allow the wave to restart oscillating.

So when we rub the comb, it loses some electron and the relative atoms remain positively charged. Consequently, in the paper, the atoms move their waves deforming their structure toward the positive comb ions. With this geometry, the comb can attract the paper piece and lift it.

This model seems to give a first rough explanation of the Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. According to this principle, it is not possible to measure at once, together with the speed, the position of the electron. This is due to the fact that the electron is a sound wave that moves through the etherons. When I measure the speed, I’m evaluating a characteristic of the wave. If I measure the position, I’m evaluating a characteristic of the particle, i.e. of a single etheron. But there are plenty of etherons to build the sphere around the nucleus. The uncertainty seems, this way, due to a wrong understanding of the electron conformation. An ether explanation seems to clarify the idea.


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