Michael V wrote:querious wrote:as evidenced by massless photons which carry momentum.
"Photons", better described as "frequency photons", have momentum because they HAVE mass. Anything that is not nothing has mass. Momentum = mv, Energy = 1/2mv2.
Mass is a measure of the amount of matter something contains. Matter, not in the more limited sense of just electrons and protons, is what interacts - it is the substance that is not empty space.
Actually, Querious is right, His/her thinking just doesn't make sense to your self proclaimed, intransigent ideas. Matter is mostly "empty space." Electron and proton solitons form the nucleus of atoms, and their harmonic interactions determine the shape of said nucleus. Extra-nuclear electron solitons form the "shells" of the atom (which involve chemical reactions.) The "shells" are not spherical but have 3D shapes caused by the harmonic interactions with the nucleus with which they are associated. The aether has the property of inertia, which keeps unaccelerated matter at rest, and causes matter to resist acceleration.
Light and EMF traverse the aether as waves, not particles. The aether does not have the property of motion, as in the nature of wind, blowing the waves in a particular direction. The aether does have the property of conducting light/EMF away from radiating matter in a sphere, or diverging beam, in straight radial lines at the speed of light.
Michael V wrote:querious wrote:It's as if you're saying the repulsion of charges doesn't decrease with distance, but G does, therefore repulsion wins. That doesn't make any sense.
Charge, as you seem to agree with, is caused by the emission of sub-particles from protons.
The entire universe contains a real physical material "field" of real physical material particles that have mass and velocity - we may call this the quantum aether field. This field is homogeneous in particle density throughout the entire universe. The individual particles are alone and discrete. Aside from occasional collisions with other field particles, they have no forces placed upon them, they simply travel in straight lines with a velocity of c. The directional distribution of the field particles is utterly random at all places in the universe. Since there are no forces acting on them, thus no mediative sub-field, there is no possibility whatsoever of any patterned distribution or coherent field motions such as waves or vortices.
If the aether has mass, then weigh some! What is the weight of some aether?
Everything from light to the location of planets in the solar system to atoms and molecules demonstrate harmonics. Harmonics are left completely unaddressed in your intransigent theory. Thus your "theory" has no basis in reality.
Michael V wrote:The exception to this uneventful existence comes through fleeting collisional interactions with gross matter in the form of electrons, protons and neutrons (the only other particle types that exist). By virtue of interaction of the quantum aether field, electrons and protons (and neutrons) experience gravity and charge - these are the only operating methods of force that electrons and protons encounter.
The effect of the gravitational mechanism is to push objects together and is a function of their size and mass density. Charge is due to electron and proton spin and is a function of their spin speed, size and field interaction coefficients (i.e. how much they interact with the field). Normally, electrons and protons emit charge simply as a function of the ambient quantum aether field density. However, when charge emitters are in proximity, they will be mutually subject to each others charge emissions. This is effectively a localised increase in field density and I would describe it as the electron or proton experiencing an increased quantum particle flux.
Subject to an increased quantum particle flux electrons emit photons, but protons do not emit photons. I surmise that electrons have a limit to the rate at which they are able to emit charge.
You are quite mistaken here, my friend. Electrons do not "emit" photons. EMF is emitted when electrons change their harmonic relation to the nucleus. The change in energy between so called "orbits" cause the emission. The same for "bare" electrons in "motion." They do not emit EMF unless energy is added to accelerate/decelerate them. [energy has vector in the sense that energy added increases velocity as measured from the inetial state, decreasing the velocity from inertial state causes radiation to be emitted.] EMF is energy which is expressed in vibrations of the aether. The vibrations leave the atom at the speed of light. If another atom is moving in relation to the said emitting atom, the kinetic energy of the moving atom is added/subtracted to[from] the energy of said EMF. This fact causes the Doppler shift.
Michael V wrote:Some peculiarity of the electron structure and operation causes it to absorb charge particles and then re-emit them.
You are more or less right here, since it is the change in harmonic structure of the electron within the atom that causes the emission. The electron is a soliton and can change shape to accommodate changes in the energy level of the atom. Radiation is emitted/absorbed when the change takes place. Energy is radiated when and where a bare electron is forced to change direction.
Michael V wrote: . . . Since the photon travels at c, it is a safe bet that the electron circumferential velocity is also c. The photon is thus defined by the combined mass of the quantum particles released and the rate at which they are released - each quantum particle carries a kinetic energy of h, and the rate of release is defined as function of the number of quantum particles and c: the rate of release is usually referred to a frequency, i.e. h's per second. This description of a frequency photon emission naturally implies that all frequency photons are emitted over the same time duration.
The higher the frequency of EMF, the more energy content delivered in a given duration of time. The higher the frequency, the shorter the wave length. If I am not mistaken, the more particles in an atom's nucleus, the smaller the nucleus. Check it out and prove me wrong.
Michael V wrote: . . .