The DNA of Electromagnetic Radiation (The Electron-Positron Dipole)

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Scientific Paper
Title The DNA of Electromagnetic Radiation (The Electron-Positron Dipole)
Author(s) David Tombe
Keywords aether, electron-positron dipole
Published 2006
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 16

Abstract

It is proposed that space is a dynamic aethereal medium of unknown substance in which electrons constitute sinks, and in which positrons constitute sources. Negative and positive electric charge is merely a measure of the rate of flow of the aether into the sinks and out of the sources. Standard hydrodynamical theory indicates that this arrangement not only accounts for the irrotational radial flow (inverse square law force) of aether into electrons and out of positrons, but that it also yields three additional components of force.