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Papers

September 19, 2017 - The Double Helix and the Electron-Positron Aetherview

March 27, 2017 - The Inertial Helicopterview

February 04, 2017 - Atomic Clocks and Gravitational Field Strengthview

January 28, 2017 - Compressed Orbits and the Secret Behind E = mc&...view

February 18, 2016 - The Double Helix Theory of the Magnetic Fieldview

December 27, 2015 - The 1856 Weber-Kohlrausch Experiment (The Speed...view

October 07, 2015 - Magnetic Repulsion and the Gyroscopic Forceview

September 27, 2015 - Wikipedia and Coriolis Forceview

July 28, 2015 - Wikipedia and Centrifugal Forceview

July 09, 2015 - Centrifugal Force and the Electron-Positron Seaview

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Frederick David Tombe(United Kingdom):
The surface tension forces that you have drawn attention to are no easier to explain than gravity itself. Electrostatic force and gravity both come under the jurisdiction of Gauss's law, but that doesn't explain their actual origins at a deeper level, and so to try and explain one in terms of the other would be tantamount to explaining something in terms of itself. Physics is about identifying the laws of nature, and the controversy at hand in these scientific articles is about identifying the existence of and describing the medium (the luminiferous medium) that acts as the carrier of light waves and which channels the fundamental forces in a manner that manifests as electromagnetism. Centrifugal force on the large scale is a consequence of Newton's laws of motion, and I contend that these fundamental laws of motion arise through interaction between ponderable matter and that same luminiferous medium. Mainstream scientists don't believe that any such medium exists, and so the issue in these articles is to demonstrate that it does exist. But as to how it came into existence or how it is animated, that is a deeper question which lies outside the field of physics. By analogy, we can physically describe a television set, but unless both electricity and a signal are injected into it from beyond, it is simply a dead object. Likewise, a physicist can describe the universe but can't explain the vitality that is injected into it from beyond. The tiny electron-positron dipoles that I contend fill all of space, each of which constitutes a sink and source, are portals to the beyond in like manner to the two pin electric socket in the wall which leads to the power source for the television. And there lies the source of gravity and the other fundamental forces.

Posted: August 21, 2016 @ 5:07:09 pm
TD Coker(Sunny Side, Georgia, United States):
"Gravity has a deeper cause..."

Actually, some years before seeing your papers, which I am still studying, I explained centrifugal force to a seven year old girl who was watching cooks spin pizza dough. She was so impressed, I decided that when I next saw her, I would explain gravity. That was when I went home, pulled out my Britannica, and discovered that no one seemed to know what gravity was. There were plenty of mathematical theories of what it was, all kinds of descriptions of it, but there seemed to be no practical, simple explanation. I went to my own thoughts on ionic bonding. When she next came into the restaurant, I showed her a pan of water with one drop of soap in it. I flicked the water and told her to watch how the bubbles either stuck to either each other or the side of the pan. I likened this to gravity. This still seems to be as simple an explanation as I have found. A type of ionic bonding.

I am, quite humbly, no scientist, just an observer.

Posted: August 20, 2016 @ 9:34:35 pm
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Frederick David Tombe(Sunny Side, Georgia, United States):
Frederick David Tombe (United Kingdom)



The surface tension forces that you have drawn attention to are no easier to explain than gravity itself. Electrostatic force and gravity both come under the jurisdiction of Gauss's law, but that doesn't explain their actual origins at a deeper level, and so to try and explain one in terms of the other would be tantamount to explaining something in terms of itself. Physics is about identifying the laws of nature, and the controversy at hand in these scientific articles is about identifying the existence of and describing the medium (the luminiferous medium) that acts as the carrier of light waves and which channels the fundamental forces in a manner that manifests as electromagnetism. Centrifugal force on the large scale is a consequence of Newton's laws of motion, and I contend that these fundamental laws of motion arise through interaction between ponderable matter and that same luminiferous medium. Mainstream scientists don't believe that any such medium exists, and so the issue in these articles is to demonstrate that it does exist. But as to how it came into existence or how it is animated, that is a deeper question which lies outside the field of physics. By analogy, we can physically describe a television set, but unless both electricity and a signal are injected into it from beyond, it is simply a dead object. Likewise, a physicist can describe the universe but can't explain the vitality that is injected into it from beyond. The tiny electron-positron dipoles that I contend fill all of space, each of which constitutes a sink and source, are portals to the beyond in like manner to the two pin electric socket in the wall which leads to the power source for the television. And there lies the source of gravity and the other fundamental forces.

Posted: August 21, 2016 @ 5:03:27 pm
TD Coker(Sunny Side, Georgia, United States):
Last Night Long Ago
a song by TD Coker
(inspired by by your papers)

Last night, standing in the moonlight,
Studying the stars and contemplating their flight
Last night, standing in my back yard,
Studying the stars and contemplating their flight
I saw you, smiling down at me
From a constellation
I felt you, open my mind
With new revelations...

Long ago, surrounded by dolmens,
Studying the stars and contemplating their flight
Long ago, standing in a stone henge
Studying the stars and contemplating their flight
I felt you, filling me up
With realizations
I felt you, changing my mind
With a transformation...

(Doodle doodle doo)
They say that we arose
From an ancient sea

(Doodle doodle doo)
They say we are composed
Of elec-tricity

The double helix that
Is inside you and me

(Doodle doodle doo)
Just like the double helix
Of elec-tricity

Positrons, electrons, swirling around
And making gravity, yeah
Positrons, electrons, swirling around
And making you and me, yeah

Positrons, electrons, swirling around
In the Aether sea, yeah
Positrons, electrons, swirling around
In the vortices, yeah

Positrons, electrons, swirling around
In the ancient sea, yeah
Positrons, electrons, swirling around
And making you and me, yeah…

Apparently, all the lyrics are too much for comment.
Thanks for the inspiration.

Posted: August 19, 2016 @ 4:17:08 am
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Frederick David Tombe(Sunny Side, Georgia, United States):
Frederick David Tombe (United Kingdom)
Very good. A point of order however. The electron-positron sea is what causes gravity to be irrotational, but it is not the primary cause of gravity itself. Gravity has a deeper cause. The electron-positron sea merely absorbs the curl out of the gravitational field. FDT

Posted: August 19, 2016 @ 6:14:37 am

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