Tombe, Frederick David
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
April 14, 2021
aether, electron-positron sea, sea of aether vortices, molecular vortices, Maxwell, John Bernoulli, electromagnetism, gravity, rotating electron-positron dipoles, centrifugal force, Coriolis force, inertial forces
When a theory of electromagnetism promotes the idea that the medium for the propagation of light waves is an elastic solid comprised of electric particles, the question is always going to be asked as to why this medium would not generate friction in the planetary orbits, such as would cause the planets to spiral into the Sun. It would be impossible for a moving body to completely avoid any physical interaction with these electric particles, and so, in order to comply with Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion, this interaction must be the actual cause of the inertial forces, as opposed to being the cause of any dissipative friction.