Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
November 2, 2020
aether, amplitude, cosmological system, dipole, electrons, epola, ether, Larmor precession, positronium, positrons, Simhony, Sternglass
Dr. Menahem Simhony (1921-2015) created a believable model of an ether-like substance in our universe, which is quite different from the theoretical "ether" or "aether" of 19th-century scientists like Faraday, Maxwell, and Hertz. Based on theoretical work by Dr. Ernest Sternglass (1923-2015), one can modify Simhony's model to say that the elements which compose the "epola" [electron-positron lattice] in the model are not individual electrons and positrons, as Simhony says, but electron-positron pairs [ep-pairs], often called dipoles. This is because Sternglass's model features positronium-like relativistic electron-positron pairs which might in fact be identical to the elements which compose the electron-positron lattice in Simhony's model. One can call these dipolar relativistic ep-pairs "Sternglass.cosmo.systs," as explained below.