Why Physics Needs the Ether - Part 2: Seemingly ?Transverse? Electromagnetic Waves

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Scientific Paper
Title Why Physics Needs the Ether - Part 2: Seemingly ?Transverse? Electromagnetic Waves
Author(s) Dimiter G Stoinov
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Published 2008
Journal Galilean Electrodynamics
Volume 19
Number S1
Pages 14-17

Abstract

From the point of view of a new theory of electromagnetism, the energy of these interactions is transmitted by the so-called ?primary electromagnetic waves?. These are normal longitudinal waves propagating in gaseous ether in the same way as sound waves are propagating in air. It should be noted that the known electromagnetic waves (lights, radio waves, etc.) are connected to the motion of charged particles, and in fact are modulated primary waves. In this way the grounds to accept mechanical gaseous ether model is substantiated.