Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
June 15, 2014
Where: Boscovich theory in context of gravitating aether theory of William George Hooper saves both aether and corpusclar theories unifying the forces of nature. William George Hooper in 1903 developed an aether theory in context of Boscovich's theory that accounted for the known experiments of his day. Because of the mess that Einstein made in 1905 it has sadly diverted most modern physicists from looking at old theories such as this one. A brief look at some of the theory is presented here.