Tombe, Frederick David
Mechanics / Electrodynamics
January 18, 2022
aether, electric sea, electron-positron sea,hydrodynamics, gravity, electromagnetism, physics, vorticity, electron-positron dipoles, rotating electron-positron dipoles, centrifugal force, electrostatics, vortices
The aether alone cannot explain electromagnetism. In order to explain electromagnetism, we need to have a sea of tiny aether vortices, and in order to have a sea of tiny aether vortices, we need to have sources and sinks in the aether. These sources and sinks are what we call electric particles, and it is a dense ‘Electric Sea’ of positive (source) and negative (sink) particles that causes the fundamental aethereal based forces to manifest themselves in the particular guise of electromagnetism. This paper aims to clarify the hydrodynamical relationship between the aether and the electric sea, and how the agency of the latter can reverse a mutually attractive gravitational/electrostatic force into a mutually repulsive electrostatic force.
Mario Cesare(Pozzuoli (NA), Italy):
Bravissimo Tombe! Non è giusto che non venga divulgato di più!
Posted: November 18, 2022 @ 1:33:12 pm