Sparky wrote:Will Mercury's orbit decay and allow it to fall into the sun?
... where do you get the concept of aether particles "sticking" together.
- When two objects come into proximity, the following occurs:
Some of the aether particles approaching object A in the direction of object B are blocked/deflected by collision with object A and so a smaller "pressure" of particles reaches object B from the direction of object A.
Likewise some of the particles approaching B in the direction of A are blocked/deflected by B and so a smaller pressure reaches A from the direction of B. The result is that both objects cast mutual "momentum shadows" on each other and so there is a net greater force from "outside" that pushes them towards each other - the gravitational force is proportional to MASS1 x MASS2 as per Mr Newton's instructions (and also to the inverse square of the distance between the objects).
- You can also see from this that mass density is extremely important - a small dense object can have the same gravitational force as a large less-dense object. The aether field is still only operating-on/interacting-with the mass of an object, but the resultant force depends on the mass density and size of objects. In this respect you can start to think of the two objects and the, mutually shared, space between them as a single system.
So, if electrons emit APs, then the density of the APs must get reduced in the immediate vicinity of each electron, and the APs farther away will be under higher pressure, which will force those APs----
Miles has used some dubious maths to select a particular photon "particle" as the base model for all other particles, including smaller ones. sorry, but his stacked spins are nonsense; not to mention a photon tumbling end-over-end through space so as to describe a wave - impossible, non-physical nonsense.
Michael said: Aethereal particles pushing each other around in some kind of displacement motion will not produce the consistent and reliable gravitational "attraction" that you seek from a physical mechanism.
Only a randomly moving field of particles will provide the observed effects.
I am perfectly open to an explanation or demonstration of how a physical object may have more than two simultaneously axis of spin.
As regards any correlation between Planck's constant are quantum aether particles, I plead guilty to idle supposition.
Sparky said: Lloyd, what do you mean by "slow" photons?
When they get sucked into --
Sparky said: Not so sure there is a "sucking vector" associated with electrons and protons
any photons within the protons or electrons will be emitted equatorially by centrifugal force and surrounding photon pressure will force more photons into their polar openings, which is just like sucking through a straw.
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