The Ether Revisied

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Scientific Paper
Title The Ether Revisied
Author(s) Adolphe Martin
Keywords ether, space-time, electromagnetism, gas, matter, light propagation, gravitation, quantum mechanics, elementary particles, photon
Published 1994
Journal None
Pages 209-216


We will show that the Lorentz transformation applies in Galilean space-time, such that the laws of electromagnetism and classical mechanics become invariant. Assuming the existence of a gas permeating all space and matter, we conclude that the mechanical properties of gases, known for over a century, are sufficient to explain the known physical phenomena such as electromagnetism, light propagation, gravitation, quantum mechanics and the structure of elementary particles, including the photon.