Ether

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Scientific Paper
Title Ether
Author(s) Wladimir Guglinski
Keywords Ether
Journal None
Pages 164-185

Abstract

As it is known, from the idea of empty space is not possible to conciliate the special relativity with the general relativity, the reason why after 1916 Einstein tried to bring back the concept of ether to the Physics. His attempts proposing some solutions by considering the ether's hypothesis are described in a Kostro?s article(1). However, the idea of empty space is also incompatible with many other phenomena.

Then we realize that in 1905 Einstein did not consider many fundamental questions concerning the space?s structure. He was paranoiac with the problem of light propagation, and he neglected a lot of phenomena which interpretation makes sense only with the hypothesis of the ether?s existence. However, even with respect to the problem of light propagation he did not exhaust all the possible alternatives for the interpretation of Michelson?s experiment, as we will see in the paper The Sound of Ether. Besides, as he confessed, he never knew ?what are these quanta of light?, and therefore it would be impossible for him to discover the fundamental solution for the problem of the space?s structure. Then it is obvious that several posterior discoveries of science did not fit to the idea of empty space. For example, we can remember that it is impossible to conciliate the concept of duality in the sense of de Broglie with the Earth?s motion about the Sun if we persist in keeping the hypothesis of empty space, as we have already showed in the Paper No. 3. In several former papers the author has analyzed so many fundamental questions in Physics, by considering a different new way of research never tried before by any scientist: through the proposal of non-classical micro-models. Here we analyze what sort of structure the ether must have, taking in account four points of departure:

  1. The experiments with the electromagnetism.
  2. The non-classical micro-models proposed in former papers.
  3. The new nuclear model proposed in the Paper No. 18 (although here the new nuclear model is not analyzed, however the working of the gravitational flux into the nuclei has been decisive for the author?s comprehension about the ether?s structure).
  4. The items 1, 2, and 3 above connected by the Logic.

In the end of the present paper, the author analyses his method of research.