Time, Mass and Velocity

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Scientific Paper
Title Time, Mass and Velocity
Author(s) Paul E Rowe
Keywords Time, Mass, Velocity
Published 1997
Journal None


Results of experiments reported by eminent scientists prior to 19930, along with results of my own experiments have convinced me that hydrogen gas has been prepared in and from a vacuum. This suggests that vacuum is not a void but, rather, a concentrated matrix of protons and electrons which may be Bose-Einstein condensed hydrogen. Such a condensate might be expected to have zero viscosity as does liquid helium below 2?K. The proposed matrix may be the ether (or aether) accepted as fact by great scientists of the 19th century. A matrix made up of unpaired electrons and protons would be expected to have a dielectric constant magnetic permeability, as does vacuum. Can a void have such properties? Many other physical phenomena including the apparent dual nature of light and the apparent wave-like nature of the electron can easily be explained, if one accepts such an ether. The paper will include simple explanations for the apparent variation of time and mass with velocity through the matrix. A simple solution to the twin paradox will be given.