Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
August 6, 2014
Ether Friendly Physics, Avogadro, ether, ideal gas, pressure, temperature, magnetic field, force of Fatio, force of Coulomb, mass, charge, screening area
Gas-creative objects (atoms, molecules, electrons, protons, ions) quite spontaneously form pairs, in which pairs they turn around a common center of rotation. Gaseous pressure ensues from mutual repelling of magnetic fields created by the rotation of pairs of gas-creative objects. The stability of distance between the objects is ensured by the balance of forces of Fatio (in other words of Coulomb forces) that strive to pull them together, and eccentric forces that try to reject them from the rotation center and consequently to push them apart. As a consequence of the objects’ pairs rotation the acting on them forces of Fatio are not coaxial and may be resolved to normal and tangential components, the first of which are directed one towards another, and the other are tangential to the objects’ trajectory and create a pair with a moment balanced by the resistant moment of the ethereal medium. Stability of the pairs’ rotation is ensured at such a rotation velocity, at which the tangential components of Fatio forces are balanced by the ether’s resistance. The ethereal medium resistance to the object’s motion has to be proportional to its mass, i.e. its screening area and velocity. In rotating pairs of gas-creating objects the product of their rotation radius and the square of their angular velocity is a constant for all the ideal gases that equals the product of the speed of light and the ethereal resistance to the motion of an object of unitary mass with...