Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
August 3, 2021
aether, energy charge, electric charge, electrostatics, action at a distance, CFD
In this work computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is for the first time applied to the field of electrostatics. It is possible to treat electrostatics mechanically because the interacting particles, which present science calls “charged with electricity”, are in this theory considered to be charged with energy, vibrating and transmitting their vibrations to one another through the liquid aether. The aim of this work is to show that the concept of “electric charge” in use today, employing action at a distance and explaining nothing as to how the action of charged particles on one another takes place, can be replaced with the concept of energy charge which, besides being simpler, has the advantage of offering a mechanical explanation of the electrostatic action. The attractions and repulsions produced by energy charged particles vibrating in a liquid are consistent with those observed in electrostatic phenomena, which makes the concept of “electric charge” an unnecessary and artificial invention.