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    I have written different posts in the Forum on aspects of a new kind of ether model for physics in recent months. I thought it would help the denizens of the Forum understand the Model better if I put it together in a single updated presentation, here goes. Physics theory presently centers around a consensus approach based on using empirical data using our observations of phenomena made in our earthly setting which are quantally-mediated phenomena and do not necessarily apply to cosmic environments. -I have derived a new model based on what I believe is the likeliest "origins" theory for the cosmos, and which largely departs from present models based on quantum mechanics, general relativity, and empirical data. This model follows a different direction, starting with "likeliest origins" and proceeds according to logic from there. This Model is a first-causal spatial-points - to - elemental etheric energy basic construct which then proceeds through logic to account for the world we observe now. The Model proposes that Space necessarily came first, and that the likeliest first causal mechanism must be that space is self compatible, such that elemental spatial points were oscillating symmetrically with each other, which produced oscillational fatigue so that adjacent points fell toward each other in a curvilinear Yin-Yang fashion. This would have still been perfectly symmetrical, but then re-equilibration of the point-pairs with the original oscillational setting brought about an interaction between unlike point-entities, disrupting symmentry and producing directional, or energic type, elemental units, the energic "ether." These were (and are) elemental curvilinear (as derived from the yin yang pairs) and vibrational (as derived from the oscillational). These elemental units, being curvational and vibrational, developed pulsational "nodes" which can interlock or resonate with each other (the vibrational frequency potentially being variable depending on the macrocosmic energy setting, and rate-of-Time-determining). Since then, all energies are mediated via these elemental, uniform, organizationally-adapted, elemental etheric units. Larger scale energic units like electrons are merely evanescent etheroidal or subatomic "particle capacities" made of the elemental etheric units. ("Electrons" are merely the smallest energic units we are able to detect with our quantally mediated instruments.) But all energies, whether field energies or aggregational ("particle"-forming) are mediated at the elemental etheric level. In the case of particle-capacities like neutrons and photons, they represent aggregational resonances between elemental (smaller, speedier, "electronics") etheric units. There are no discrete "particles" that are moving through "empty space." instead, there is an etheric continuum, mediated by contiguous etheric, etheroidal, and atomic-scale units, with the elemental etheric nodes being the site of all resonances. Starlight passes from star to star via this pathway, with like-to-like resonance of photonic energic units being the "guide." (This is actually similar to A. Einstein's famous allusion to "spooky action at a distance" to refer to persisting correspondence between highly-affinitive particles after being separated by great distances.) -A distant star's light beam first arises in the highly photonically energized stellar region there, then finds an attractive focus in space of another star (say our Sun.) The light beam is transmitted via nearly-instantaneous resonance along the etheric continuum of space between the two stars, but loses some of its vibrational energy as it goes through the less-photonically-energized outer spatial region. Then, on re-entering a highly energized region near our Sun, the light beam becomes re-energized and the beam is observed to "bend." (So this is not a case of Einsteinian curvature of space time, but rather is due to differential resonation of photonic energic units traversing differently-energized spatial regions.) One can illustrate how this model applies to an everyday energy phenomenon, that of an electric current passing through a wire. Physics presently explains the process as due to electrons flowing, but cannot fully account for how the associated magnetic field is produced. They cannot completely explain how electrons can flow through what they picture as "empty space" to produce the magnetic field around the wire. -With the ether model just described, the way the magnetic field arises is simple and logical. Elemental etheric energic units transmit both the electric current and the magnetic field around the wire. The magnetic field "re balances" the forces in the neighborhood of the wire which were "unbalanced" by setting up the electric current passing from pole to pole. The elemental etheric units in the wire and in the space around the wire are identical, so the process becomes simple and logical.


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    Repeating your loony word salad in one place does not magically make it make sense. Yet again you provide a mish-mash of nonsense and made up words. Yet again you talk about your "model" but present no maths. Yet again you make up ludicrous counter factual nonsense as an explanation for things people who aren't as ignorant as you already have an explanation for that actually works and makes testable predictions that are consistent with observations. Yet again you make untestable and unscientific assertions. Yet again you prove you are a crank. Why do you bother posting this utter rubbish?


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    PhDemon: It's not true that there is no available test to prove such an ether exists. -You should recall that I have mentioned in the past, that my theoretic model was derived from secrecy-essential sources. The field test would involve emplacing series of specifically designed natural-materials elements of certain composition in such a way as to selectively fractionate and amplify etheric energy. A decrease in density within the test system would prove the production of etheric forces. The test reportedly has a unique danger if done without the secret knowledgable info. But the test would be very expensive to do and I haven't found a deep pockets sponsor to fund it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Anteski View Post
    I have written different posts in the Forum on aspects of a new kind of ether model for physics in recent months. ...{further drone deleted}
    Look, Michael, you have no model. Just repeatedly claiming that you do does not make it so.

    And instead of studying the magical properties of a non-existent ether, perhaps your time would be more profitably spent learning about the magical properties of the paragraph: The Nuts and Bolts of College Writing: Michael Harvey: 9780872205734: Amazon.com: Books
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Anteski View Post
    ...-You should recall that I have mentioned in the past, that my theoretic model was derived from secrecy-essential sources. The field test would involve emplacing series of specifically designed natural-materials elements of certain composition in such a way as to selectively fractionate and amplify etheric energy... The test reportedly has a unique danger if done without the secret knowledgable info.
    Repeated bullshit is still bullshit, Michael. Let's put this thread in the trash where all your posts belong.

    And put down the goddamn crack pipe.
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    Right, so there is evidence for your nonsense but you can't tell us about it Crank. Right, so you are looking for a "sponser"1 to fund your tests. Conman. Why you are still allowed to post here is a mystery to me.

    1 Gullible idiot who will fall for your pseudoscientific garbage.
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    PhDemon, I might as well complete the Reply where I talked about there being a "potential" field test for the ether based on my secrecy sources. The test would reportedly include a potential unique biological fringe benefit. -My main aim is to secure a sponsor for the test. That said, this model stands up logically if one open mindedly critiques the consensus models origins-wise. The consensus posits such things as "branes" which somehow coalesce or the like, but nothing that comes close to a logical model starting at first cause.
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    Crackpot nonsense. Your mind is so open your brains have fallen out leading you to believe making shit up is a substitute for physics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Anteski View Post
    PhDemon, I might as well complete the Reply where I talked about there being a "potential" field test for the ether based on my secrecy sources. The test would reportedly include a potential unique biological fringe benefit. -My main aim is to secure a sponsor for the test. That said, this model stands up logically if one open mindedly critiques the consensus models origins-wise. The consensus posits such things as "branes" which somehow coalesce or the like, but nothing that comes close to a logical model starting at first cause.
    Yeah, and I have a two-line proof of Fermat's last theorem, but it's secret, too. I'm just waiting to secure a sponsor before I divulge it. You should open-mindedly accept that my proof stands up logically.

    What utter crap. Did you practice medicine with the same nonsensical approach? I shudder to think.
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    tk421: I apologize for the lack of paragraphing in my opening Topic post. I did write it with separated paragraphing, but when it went to Post, it came out as all one paragraph. I think possibly my error was in not indicating vertical spaces between one paragraph and the next. I am still learning the process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Anteski
    I apologize for the lack of paragraphing in my opening Topic post
    What about the lack of physics, logic or reason? I think you need to apologise for the lack of those too. The best way to make amends would be to stop posting.
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