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Peter C. M. Hahn
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Peter C. M. Hahn

Definitions

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particle wikipedia
2015-02-04 09:19:23

A knot in the foamy ether that causes an 'inflow' of the surrounding ether.

antiparticle wikipedia
2015-02-04 09:19:23

A knot in the foamy ether that causes an 'outflow' of the surrounding ether.

gravity wikipedia
2015-02-04 09:19:23

An accelerating inward flow of foamy ether. (Velocity at Earth's surface = -11.2 km/sec). Gravity from antimatter is an decelerating outward flow.

energy wikipedia
2015-02-04 09:19:23

A static or dynamic distortion of the foamy ether. Energy can be converted from one ether distortion type to another, i.e. a particle (knot in the foamy ether) if undone, will convert to gamma rays (waves in the foamy ether).

time wikipedia
2015-02-04 09:19:23

Is the measure of relative ether flow; either you are moving through the ether, or the ether is moving through you.

planck time wikipedia
2015-02-04 09:19:23

The time it takes to traverse one foamy ether cell.

planck length wikipedia
2015-02-04 09:19:23

The width of one foamy ether cell.

strong force wikipedia
2015-02-04 09:19:23

This is caused by the surface tension (or stickiness) of the foamy ether. The surface tension prevents a particle from breaking apart once a knot is formed. It takes energy of E=mc^2 to undo the knot.