- The imaginary nature of time explains the Arrow of Time
This short paper shows that the nature of time is actually imaginary. Because the measurement of time is a ratio between the time to be measured and a standard unit of time, the imaginary nature of time vanishes and never appears in the equations of physics. This fascinating idea provides, at long last, a satisfactory explanation for the “arrow of time”. It assumes that the ether exists: see in this respect http://prpgaa.com.
- What's wrong with modern physics?
This paper discusses the two valid reasons why the ether has been rejected by the physics community, and how these were overcome by “Post-Relativity Physics” (PRP). It discusses “Einstein’s drama”: Special Relativity rejects the ether while General Relativity requires the ether. Einstein tried for the rest of his life to eliminate this contradiction but failed. It discusses how modern physics is based on “idealism” and extreme mathematics, and how this has severely limited the kind of problems that modern physics can hope to address. A long list of unsolved enigmas and problems is given, all of which are solved in PRP. However, for a variety of reasons, this may not be sufficient for PRP to be accepted or even investigated by modern physics.
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