Electrostatic Repulsion and Aether Pressure
|Title||Electrostatic Repulsion and Aether Pressure|
|Journal||General Science Journal|
|No. of pages||8|
In earlier articles of this series, electrostatic repulsion has been associated with fine-grained centrifugal pressure in the linearly polarized electron-positron sea. Magnetic repulsion has also been associated with fine-grained centrifugal pressure in the magnetized electron-positron sea. There is however a major difference between the two cases. An increase in magnetization results in an increase in vorticity H, whereas an increase in linear polarization does not result in an increase in vorticity H. This article takes a closer look at the linear polarization mechanism for rotating electron-positron dipoles and concludes that the internal opposing force involves a centrifugal aether pressure that is induced as a result of the electrons and the positrons coming closer together on average, along the line of action.