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Laurent
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 27, 2006 1:30 pm    Post subject: Are aether and energy the same thing? Reply with quote

Are aether and energy the same thing?

The simple answer is no.

The aether contains all the energy available to the universe. As bodies
move through empty space, stress-energy tensors around that body
automatically adjust according to the existing spacetime conditions at
each point in space and time, that's a direct consequence of the
continuous nature of the aether. That's the principle behind inertia
and momentum. The time a moving body takes to reach thermal equilibrium
with its surroundings is directly proportional to the inertia and
momentum forces it will experience. Each body's energy requirements is
tied to the total energy available to each given point in space and
time.

Any single quantum of energy can exist only if it is in motion. Field
motion becomes matter and matter is energy. If we could stop the
motion, matter would go back to being just empty space. The aether
itself does not move, matter does, the quantum does. Since motion is
not one of the aether's properties, then neither is time, nor change,
making it immutable, or, eternal. Time doesn't exist by itself and
space can't exist until it is contained, until it is quantized. There
can't be space without time or motion, that's why Einstein called it
spacetime. You can't talk about size or extension until you have the
limits, the boundaries. When I say the universe sits on the aether, I
am not saying that the aether exists, I am only saying that it is. Only
matter exists, the aether does not.

The laws that govern field behavior, the laws that govern quanta, are
mediated at the aether level. The aether is where the laws by which the
four fundamental forces of Nature behave are set, it is where the speed
and direction of propagation of fields is determined.

Empty space (aether) is before Guth's Inflationary Universe.

For there to be a field, empty space (aether) must be stressed, and
that stress is the measure of energy. The way that energy behaves is
tuned by the total energy available to the universe.

That empty space is the plenum into which photons at the edge of the
universe move into as fields. Empty space seems infinite because it is
infinitely divisible. It isn't matter, that's why Einstein is right
when he says the universe is background free. But having the properties
it has, empty space seems like the wrong name, so why not call it like
that Greek God called Aether.

To be, all you need is to be able to act as a force, that's why the
aether does not exist as matter, but it is. The aether is physical,
yet, it is not matter.

Since the speed of light is constant, and since the speed of light is
so closely related to the Compton wavelength and the Schwarzschild
radius, the universe is the same everywhere, independently from the
existing spacetime conditions. That's why a carbon atom will look and
behave like a carbon atom anywhere in the universe.

Since the aether's energy is finite and infinitely divisible, time,
space and therefore matter, will contract and dilate accordingly, while
mass [the amount of process] will increase or decrease, automatically
adjusting to present spacetime conditions and thermal requirements as
matter follows Nature's fundamental laws.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 9:45 pm    Post subject: Re: Are aether and energy the same thing? Reply with quote

Hello Laurent. Ah! "re-direction of inertia" stated with discipline. At
least I think it may be! Lee Pugh
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Are aether and energy the same thing?

The simple answer is no.

The aether contains all the energy available to the universe. As bodies
move through empty space, stress-energy tensors around that body
automatically adjust according to the existing spacetime conditions at
each point in space and time, that's a direct consequence of the
continuous nature of the aether. That's the principle behind inertia
and momentum. The time a moving body takes to reach thermal equilibrium
with its surroundings is directly proportional to the inertia and
momentum forces it will experience. Each body's energy requirements is
tied to the total energy available to each given point in space and
time.

Any single quantum of energy can exist only if it is in motion. Field
motion becomes matter and matter is energy. If we could stop the
motion, matter would go back to being just empty space. The aether
itself does not move, matter does, the quantum does. Since motion is
not one of the aether's properties, then neither is time, nor change,
making it immutable, or, eternal. Time doesn't exist by itself and
space can't exist until it is contained, until it is quantized. There
can't be space without time or motion, that's why Einstein called it
spacetime. You can't talk about size or extension until you have the
limits, the boundaries. When I say the universe sits on the aether, I
am not saying that the aether exists, I am only saying that it is. Only
matter exists, the aether does not.

The laws that govern field behavior, the laws that govern quanta, are
mediated at the aether level. The aether is where the laws by which the
four fundamental forces of Nature behave are set, it is where the speed
and direction of propagation of fields is determined.

Empty space (aether) is before Guth's Inflationary Universe.

For there to be a field, empty space (aether) must be stressed, and
that stress is the measure of energy. The way that energy behaves is
tuned by the total energy available to the universe.

That empty space is the plenum into which photons at the edge of the
universe move into as fields. Empty space seems infinite because it is
infinitely divisible. It isn't matter, that's why Einstein is right
when he says the universe is background free. But having the properties
it has, empty space seems like the wrong name, so why not call it like
that Greek God called Aether.

To be, all you need is to be able to act as a force, that's why the
aether does not exist as matter, but it is. The aether is physical,
yet, it is not matter.

Since the speed of light is constant, and since the speed of light is
so closely related to the Compton wavelength and the Schwarzschild
radius, the universe is the same everywhere, independently from the
existing spacetime conditions. That's why a carbon atom will look and
behave like a carbon atom anywhere in the universe.

Since the aether's energy is finite and infinitely divisible, time,
space and therefore matter, will contract and dilate accordingly, while
mass [the amount of process] will increase or decrease, automatically
adjusting to present spacetime conditions and thermal requirements as
matter follows Nature's fundamental laws.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2006 10:09 pm    Post subject: Re: Are aether and energy the same thing? Reply with quote

Space and time Space and gravity Space and waves. Space and
fluctuations are all sides to the 4 dimensions Bert
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:09 pm    Post subject: Re: Are aether and energy the same thing? Reply with quote

If humankind lived in the quantum world space energy would be its stars
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