Michael Anteski's Ether model

Discussion in 'Alternative Theories' started by Michael Anteski, Feb 19, 2017.

  1. river

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    Is there an experiment that shows though that light in a vacumm travels with out any medium ?

    Quantum Entanglements if true thoughout the Universe , would interfere with each other .

    Trillions of quantum particles would be entangled with each other . Only to be criss-crossed by other entanglements by other quantum particles . Which would interfere in their communication with other quantum particles . Hence communication , entanglement would be lost .

    Hence " quantum entanglement " is more local than Universal .
     
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  3. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    "Entanglement" is a term quantum physicists adopted to refer to this particular laboratory phenomenon, stemming from their perspectives as observers of quantum transmissions and phenomena. What my Ether Model says, is to try to look at it from the perspective of the underlying ether, which is the primary mover, both in quantum "entanglement" and in the propagation of light.

    In the case of light, you have sources of light energy, such as solar sources, and the etheric transmissions that link these sources with quantal light units through the cosmos. Those transmissions through the ether matrix are specifically attuned to photonic quantum loci because they all have a similar etheric vibratory light-beam pattern. The light transmissions pass through the ether matrix, which, as a whole, is not specifically vibrationally-attuned to the light transmissions. It may be hard to conceptualize the way such an ultra-ultra-rarified ("elemental") ether matrix functions, from our earthbound experience of observing quantum phenomena.

    You can think of the ether matrix as a universal, quiet, purring, mechanism, a type of dynamic involving super-rarified units, which operate via a vibratory-contact mechanism which is very different from quantum dynamics. It would be a more "ideal," more perfect, type of dynamics. It would not be subject to any of the laws of quantum mechanics.
     
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  5. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    A simplified way of thinking of this that might help you conceptualize it, would be to think of the ether reacting to a source of light energy, like the sun, as being like a vast pinball table with a system of innumerable slots for the "balls" (ether units) to drop into. The balls and slots are very close together. A lot of the balls are near the slots, but still on the table (like ether units that are vibrating randomly, rather than being vibrationally energically-aligned.) Then, an outside energy pushes on the system, that causes those balls to effortlessly drop into slots, according to a certain pattern, which depends on the kind of "push" that started the process.
     
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  7. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    My Ether Model leads into an interesting new sub model for gravity.
    In this model of the ether, the underlying universal ether operates via a vibratory-contact mechanism which underlies the quantum systems in our world, but does not follow its laws of quantum mechanics. That is the basis for the sub model for quantum entanglement I have described before.

    In the case of gravity, the model's universal etheric vibratory matrix would contain a vast sea of ultra-minuscule elemental ether units, and also some somewhat-larger "etheroidal" units, which are formed as smaller units are built up into larger and larger units, up to the size-scale of quantum units and atoms. Within the ether, there would have to exist ultra-tiny "empty" spaces between ether units, to allow room for the vibrations. -These spaces are the key to the sub-model of gravity.

    In space, between two gravitating solid bodies, there would occur a "leakage" of etheroidal, or intermediate-sized, ether units, coming from the interiors of the solid bodies, where the ether components inside the bodies are at a higher energy level than in the space between the pair of bodies. These etheroidal units would be able to cross the atomic barrier of the bodies into the space between the bodies, because the atoms' barriers would be permeable to those-sized (etheroidal) units. This would cause the space between the two bodies to become somewhat more energized. The influx of the intermediate-size units into the space between the two bodies would partially-quantize this space, and also would lead the the elemental ether units in this space to themselves increasingly align and entrain with each other (rather than continue to vibrate randomly.) This process would erase some of the tiny spaces of vibration between the units. This would "tighten" the ether between the two bodies, drawing them toward each other gravitationally.
     
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    What would be the medium ?
     
  9. river

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    What of Rotation though ? I understand vibration ; but both vibration and rotation happen together .
     
  10. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    River, first of all, my ether model's vibrational-contact dynamics are very different from quantum dynamics. Therefore, spin, or rotational, forces as in quantum mechanics, would not apply to my ether model.
    In my ether model, if you have un-energized space, for example in far outer space, far distant from the magnetic forces of cosmic bodies, the ether's vibrations are relatively quiet, and randomly directed. But if an outside energy starts acting on the ether, its vibrations are stimulated, and this causes ether units to increasingly align and entrain with each other. That is how the smallest ether units ("elemental") begin forming larger and larger energy units, up to the size-scale of quantum units and atoms.
     
  11. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    Addendum:
    To appreciate my point about "outside energy sources" being able to induce an alignment/entrainment process in the underlying ether, one has to also consider the nature of such an outside energy. In my model, quantum forces constituting the outside energy would fall into two categories: one would be a linear, or "cool," form of energy, such as electromagnetism. These forces, in my model, act linearly, and are "cool," in contrast to non-linear forces, which run hotter, such as thermonuclear energy.

    In our case, considering the usual form of energy involved, which would be electromagnetic in nature, and how it would affect the underlying ether. - If an outside E-M energy contacts a region where the ether is relatively "quiet," and thus is vibrating randomly, the linear character of this type of outside energy would favor inducing it to change, toward a linear-type of reaction in the ether, and would naturally favor a greater amount of alignment and entrainment in the ether, as I've described.
     
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    It should though . Otherwise the understanding is incomplete .
     
  13. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    River,

    My claim that an etheric vibrational dynamic, very different from quantum dynamics, underlies our quantum world, is far from being an assertion and short on evidence. It rests on various ether-sub-models that have been discussed, going back, in this Thread. Most especially, it rests on findings in quantum entanglement. I claim that my model is the best, to explain how separated quantum units are able to stay connected.
     
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  14. river

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    Explain .
     
  15. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    I am reporting this thread because the inane banter between River and Michael is beyond embarrassing and really should have no place on a science site. This discussion does not even rise to the level of the cesspool. Yuck...
     
  16. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    I have gone over how my ether model explains quantum entanglement more than once before in this Thread. You ought to check through the posts, to see where I went through it in detail.
     
  17. river

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    Sure , what posts . Or just go through it again which would be much easier and quicker . Or not . Up to you .
     
  18. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    What testable predictions does Michael Anteski's Ether theory make, that would distinguish it from other theories? Which theories does Michael Anteski view as the main competitors to his Ether theory, and why?
     
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    Performing a test to demonstrate the ether would require a novel technological approach, different from technologic approaches involving our familiar quantum forces. -As my posts claim, the ether dynamic differs from quantum dynamics. My Model claims that the ether operates via a simple vibratory-contact mechanism, whereas quantum forces operate via mechanisms like waves, fields, spin, and distance-vectors.

    I actually have an experimental design for a field test, designed to elicit a selectively-etheric force-field. It would be expensive, and so far I don't have a financial sponsor to be able to get it done.

    Naturally, I consider my ether model the definitive one to explain the fundamental nature of energic forces. Which rival theories I would call my model's chief competitors is a moot question. Inasmuch as the mainstream-consensus claims there is no ether, and it receives the spotlight from academia and the media, It seems clear that would be the chief rival theory. (I have discussed how the quantists' claim that the Michelson-Morley experiment of 1887, and its successor experiments since then, which are all based on the same approach, is wrong in dismissing the ether. My particular model of the ether is definitely not disproved by Michelson Morley.
     
  20. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    You failed to address James R's question: What testable predictions does it make?
     
  21. Michael Anteski Registered Senior Member

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    Eliciting a selectively-etheric energy would produce decreased density of objects inside the test system. Another term for this is levitation. No known form of energy has this effect. (Some experimenters have produced a levitation effect by focusing synchronized sound waves on them. The objects were light weight ones. A comprehensive theory for how that levitation came about has not been offered.) In my field test, the key concept would be that one has predicted a levitation effect in advance, which would be very strong evidence that the working theory of the system producing an etheric force was responsible for the levitation.
     
  22. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    This sounds like word salad.
    How does one elicit a selectively-etheric energy?
     
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