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A New Theory on What Constitutes Dark Matter (2)

Planck's quantum theory was based on an electronic model of the atom. The hydrogen atom is electromagnetic since it consists of just two moving electric charges, and it forms the basis of most of the matter throughout the universe. My investigation of the dynamic electromagnetic field of the atom was begun 22 years ago. This was followed by five books on the subject, the first of which was "The Secret of Gravity" (published in 1997). In this earlier book, an electromagnetic field model of the hydrogen atom was constructed, which led to the solution to the secret of the source of the gravitational force. The conclusion is that everything in the universe is electrical. Further investigations led to the publishing of "The Electric Atom" in early 1999 (out of print) and "Secrets of the Atom" in late 1999. In these books, there is solid evidence that electromagnetic field waves bend as their transverse velocity exceeds the speed of light. While this might appear to contradict other well known theories, this is not the case. Field waves are vectorial (which were pictured graphically in the book). Electromagnetic waves do not propagate spherically, and yet the radial velocity reaches the limit of the speed of light in the far field while the transverse velocity is unlimited! Planck reached a similar conclusion when analyzing the elastic behaviors of electrodynamic processes in his seventh lecture at Columbia University. However, he dismissed the correlation due to the conflict with Einstein's theory, stating that: in an electric field dv/dt is constant. "Therefore v increases with the time beyond all limits, and curl v can no longer signify a rotation". His analysis was based on the "known Maxwellian field equations". We now suspect his assumption was incorrect, which is one of the very few times he didn't believe in the results of his analysis and acceptted the thinking at the time.

Is space filled with tiny particles, as is presently assumed, or are they waves, stronger than steel as Newton believed? Dark matter may simply be the "Luminiferous Aether Theory" that was first proposed by Lord Kelvin in 1884. This new gravitation theory is partly based on transverse electromagnetic waves traveling faster than the speed of light. Lord Kelvin, in his studies of the measurements of refraction, pictured " "Aethereal Medium" transmitting vibrations faster than light", which is in conformance with the picture of radiation that Dr. Vlasak has presented, as based on measurements of electromagnetic radiation. Kelvin pictured it as being similar to a bowl of jello in which such waves can be created by swirling a spoon. Hense, the similarity to matter. Refraction can produce the bending of light waves, which are also electromagnetic, just as is the case for electromagnetic waves of a dipole antenna. Vlasak's analysis of the rotating dipole of the hydrogen atom, which consists of a single electron and proton (electric dipole) spinning in space, also experiences a bending effect. In his fourth book, "Planck's Columbia Lectures", he analyzed the work of Planck who described his theory at Columbia University. Planck's description of the transverse properties of matter had certain correlations to the electromagnetic field wave asymmetry. In Chapter 10 of this book, the viscosity of space is determined (b = 1/c), which is an extremely small value that can also be written in electromagnetic terms.

Dr. Vlasak: "I strongly urge scientists to reconsider the ether as the dark matter of the universe in their investigations of the movements of the bodies within the galaxies. One of the greatest obstacles to the particle theory of dark matter is the principle of superposition in which interfering waves pass directly through one another without absorption or change of any sort. It would be interesting to find out if my calculation of the viscosity of space fits the galaxy rotation model."


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