Abdullahi, Musa Daji
September 24, 2016
Aether, electric charge, electric field, force, gravity, light, matter, space
Space is a vacuum with isolated regions of neutral matter as various sources of crisscrossing electric fields. The fields balance out everywhere and vanish at infinitely long distances from the respective sources. While the strong electrostatic forces of repulsion and attraction, in accordance with Coulomb’s law, cancel out exactly everywhere, the weak gravitational forces of attraction, in accordance with Newton’s law, add up. Balanced electric fields emanating from neutral matter, constituting a physical medium filling all space and supporting propagation of light, is proposed to be the aether as conceived by J. C. Maxwell.