The Connection between Gravity and Light

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Scientific Paper
Title The Connection between Gravity and Light
Author(s) David Tombe
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Published 2007
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 5

Abstract

Gravity and light are two different manifestations of aether flow. A study of the derivation of the famous equation E = mc2, using Maxwell's equation for radiation pressure, explains the link between mass, energy, and aether. This allows us to conclude that electromagnetic waves must be accompanied by an effective flow of mass. The main difference between gravity and light is the fact that gravity is a radially accelerating inflow of aether that imparts its acceleration to particles, whereas light is a tangential curled flow of aether that swirls from vortex to vortex at a constant root mean square (rms) speed. Gravity will therefore affect the path of a light beam by superimposition of aether velocity, and light will cause pressure on physical objects.