# gravity

Its about time to see the light and the etheric ether2018-02-15Light motion Light is a wave motion, which means that light propagates in spherical or plane wave fronts. We describe these wave fronts by their normals, which is the ray direction. Therefore, the ray is, by definition, always orthogonal to wave fronts. The ray has no physical e |
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Newton's Spinning Bucket2017-02-25A few weeks ago Andre Asiss gave a talk about spinning bucket and the possible implications to absolute space. Like Franklin Hu expressed at the meeting/conference, I too felt (and still do) that a simpler understanding exists. Anyhow I sketched out a quick solution, and then blogged it here, and |
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Thanks you Andre Assis for a great presentation plus a simpler answer to spinning bucket2017-02-04Thank you Andre & Spinning Bucket: The Centripetal Answer I really want to thank Andre Assis for his wonderful presentation this morning. It was an eye opener at least to the idea that Weber conceptualizations concerning electrodynamics should be reconsidered. And I also fully agree |
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The Second Step2016-12-20Many CNPS members want to abolish the theory of relativity. However there are also some, who want to take a second step backwards and abolish Lorentz ether theory as well. Lorentz theory starts from the assumption that light can move with the same speed in relation to all observers |
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Light in a Cavity2016-12-09Light Behavior We can regard every point on a wave front as a source for new wave fronts. This is the reason to the fact that light always takes the fastest (not the shortest) way between two points. Light that is locked in between two parallel surfaces also finds the fastest way between t |
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No Preferred Frame2016-11-26Aether Maxwell's equations are well known, but many scientists seems to have forgotten that these equations describe an aether. Maxwell translated the works of Faraday into mathematical form, and found thereby a value c on the speed of light. However, his theory is not complete, s |
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The Pioneer and the Sun2016-09-17Abstract This article explains the Pioneer anomaly, by means of gravity from the Sun. Background The two space stations, Pioneer 10 and 11, were moving in radial directions out of our planetary system in two opposite directions. When leaving our planetary |
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The Behavior of Light #22016-09-09Abstract The transition from particle model to wave model for light has not been completed, and some particle thinking remains. We see this in the wave or particle confusion, and the effect of that is that many old experiments have been interpreted in error. An early and very imp |
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The Wave or Particle Confusion2016-08-23Accepting new theories is not our greatest problem. Even more difficult to us is to escape old theories. A wise man said that long time ago, and this statement is demonstrated in the wave or particle confusion. This confusion is in the hart of physics, where we can see a chaotic situation. We certai |
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