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Challenging Scientific Theories (continued)


The hydrogen atom is an amazing device! With just two electric charges, an electron and a proton, it is a self-regulating servomechanism. In "Secrets of the Atom", it was shown that it can either receive or transmit information. As such, it is also a form of a very high frequency multiband transceiver.

Is a photon a particle, a wave, or both? If it is a particle, then one would believe that it has a fixed size. In contrast, waves propagate outward in rays. If a photon was a tiny particle, then it would take an enormous number of them to be sent outward over great distances and be intercepted by the lens of a small telescope. A university professor at a midwestern university calculated the size of a photon and claimed that it is almost infinitesimal in size! If this were the case, then light from the far reaches of the universe could not be see by anything but a huge telescope unless a sufficient number of photons reach the focal plane. In the near field, single photons would be hard to find if they were such small objects. There is no measured evidence to support this claim. Light must be an electromagnetic wave, just as Planck and Maxwell had claimed.

Do time and space vary as a function of relative velocity, as Einstein had asserted? There is evidence to refute Einstein's claim. Planck analyzed Einstein's theory in his Columbia lectures (see our latest book, "Planck's Columbia Lectures"), and he concluded that the theory works, and that "If an electrodynamic process were to occur in a ponderable medium as in a vacuum, then it would have absolutely no sense to distinguish between field strength and induction." In Chapter 10 of this book, evidence is presented that shows that there is no distinction between the two. The bending of the moving fields fits the Lorentz equation, and this bending presents, for the first time, evidence that supports, to some degree, the presence of an ether in the universe. The ether theory was never disproved, but it was essentially abandoned after the acceptance of Einstein's theory. It is ironic that, Einstein's theory was based on the Lorentz equation, and the Lorentz equation was originally based on the presence of an ether. The presence of an ether fits the possibility of the existence of "dark matter". The dark matter being the ether itself!

To learn more about the measure evidence to back up these claims, the rationale, and the logic upon which they are based see our books on the "Books" page

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