The Logical Basis Supporting a Universal Aethereal Fluid
|Title||The Logical Basis Supporting a Universal Aethereal Fluid|
|Author(s)||Robert A Kerr|
|No. of pages||1|
The emission and travel of light and all electromagnetic phenomena can only be explained by fluid behavior. Individual radiated frequencies are transmitted at the same velocity. Radiation frequencies are proportional to energy level. The only conceivable mechanical explanation is wave action. Wave action results from the limit of media resistance. Media particle resistance is equal to emitted particle energy. Visual imagery proves that all light particles travel the same distance per unit time. The only known mechanical equivalent methodology is an audio wave. Distance traveled per unit time is the mean free path. Mean free path is inversely proportional to frequency. It defines the wavelength of the wave that is established by an emitted particle. There is no other conceivable explanation of the electromagnetic behavior consistent with the data. Space must be an invisible fluid. Aethereal fluid properties are consistent with temperature. The fluid particles are minute enough to penetrate the interstices of all molecules and atoms defining their mass per unit volume. However they cannot penetrate electrons. Their pressure on electrons explains electromagnetic behavior and the source of magnetic fields.
Aethereal fluid particles are in a chaotic motion. However, random concentrations are regenerative because they interrupt the chaotic motion of surrounding particles. The action is the focusing pressure radially inward. The focusing forms a spherical concentration. This is exemplified by the formation of liquid droplets in the process of concentration. Spherical concentrations are limited only locally by available materials. The sequence of concentration sizes is electron, proton, atom, molecule?. to galaxy. The galactic limit is the amount of mass a solar cycle sun can maintain without exploding as a Nova. The sun maintains its inevitable lifetime by radiating the high energy photons formed in its core.