Gorbatsevich, Felix F.
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
March 11, 2021
Optics , Ether , electromagnetic waves , the role of ether medium
Optics is an essential part of physics. It studies the propagation of photons, quanta (impulses), electronic waves of various frequencies in space and matter. Optics has developed rapidly in recent decades. Lasers, heterojunction processes have opened new principles of cooperative interaction of photons with atoms in general and orbital electrons in particular. However, neither classical geometric, nor wave optics paid enough attention to the interaction of photons with ether (aether). They describe all optical processes and phenomena phenomenologically. Ether - the all-pervading elastic medium is the basis in which impulses, perceived as light, are excited and transferred. Ether is also a medium in which the entire spectrum of electromagnetic waves propagates, from radio waves to X-rays. In this paper the role of ether medium in optical processes and phenomena is investigated.