Forces by Proxy 
a
Quantum Mechanical aether theory of everything
· The
vacuum energy of QM consists of an
extremely energetic aether
· Aether
units interacting with matter lose interaction probability
· Lower
aether pressure from the side of matter causes Gravity
Total aether pressure shown together with the miniscule net aether pressure difference, which is
gravity. Gravity is normally not visible on the same scale as the total aether pressure  the latter is too
big.
· General
Relativity is a theory built on small aether pressure differences.
· General
Relativity is an approximation ignoring total aether pressure.
· Quantum
Mechanics works with total particleaether interaction.
· Time is
a function of the total particleaether interaction frequency.
· Particleaether
interaction never stops totally – time never stops.
ð GR
breaks down toward the smallest scale in Quantum Mechanics.
ð GR
breaks down toward singularities from extremely large
masses.
The
Fundamentals of Quantum Mechanics
A detectable quantum
mechanical event consists of two statistically independent subevents
Subevent
1: The pressure on the particle varies randomly.
Impulse transfers from aether units delivers a randomly changing, directional pressure
force.
Subevent
2: The potential barrier itself varies randomly. Aether
emission from the topography of particles setting up the barrier has normal statistical
fluctuations.
A
particle trapped in a double potential well with a potential barrier in the
middle.
This QM
event requires a sum of minimum 6 standard deviations in the particle and the barrier combined. When the
random fluctuations combined exceed 6 std.dev., tunneling will occur.
Table comparing the
basic forces within today’s paradigm (left) and our aether theory (right). Force arrows are placed to indicate the source of the force as a
visual aid.
Forces by Proxy – A unifying aether theory of
everything
You will now be presented to the second edition of one of the
most radical approaches to a unifying theory ever put forwards. Forces by Proxy builds on the postulated existence
of an immensely dense, immensely energetic aether, corresponding to the vacuum energy of Quantum Mechanics. By
starting from QM there is no vacuum catastrophe, and the weakness of gravity does not pose any problem. Everything
starts with the aether, then phenomena manifest themselves in QM, and gravity is accumulated QM events on a larger
scale.
We define time, proper time and the according time dilation at
a most fundamental level below that of Quantum Mechanics. Time manifests itself in QM, and our perception of time
comes from aggregates of QM events. Gravity, electromagnetism and the strong force are all explained in a unified
model of Forces by Proxy. Aether impulse transfers provide these forces when particles emit skewed aether fluxes.
QM entanglement and the strange statistics of QM events are explained without resorting to “spooky action at a
distance”. When discussing superposition we end up killing Schrodinger’s cat. Finally, we use it all in an attempt
to make sense of general and special relativity.
Michelson and Morley correctly dismissed the aether theory they
tested. The problem was that they tested the wrong aether theory. Einstein went further by denouncing all
functionality of the aether. Instead of being intimidated by this double mistake, we introduce an extremely potent
aether. As soon as you start thinking about it in our way, the working of the aether is actually in plain sight.
If correct, Forces by Proxy will change our entire view of the
natural forces and how the Universe works. Even though the model presented contradicts most known paradigms with
respect to the basics in physics, it is surprisingly consistent with known empirical facts. This, together with its
simplicity, is what makes this model so exciting and inspiring.
The lack of specific models in physics has jeopardized our
understanding of nature and the universe, leaving it up to increasingly more complex mathematical models to explain
the fundamental parts of nature. This situation has opened up for speculations about magnificent phenomena.
Explaining the world down to its smallest details, as our aether model does, will help demystify physics. It is
hard to make time travel according to general relativity when relativity and time is only a matter of differences
in aether pressure and aether absorption rates. And the mystical nature of the uncertainty principle is reduced to
statistical fluctuations in particleaether interaction, not an inherent uncertainty in nature per se.
The new model of the universe will not be so exciting at first glance. Wormholes and timetravels are phenomena
relegated to the realm of science fiction. Many magnificent theories based on singularities in the theory of
relativity are at risk, and may follow suit. However, this is a small price to pay in order to know the exact way
nature works, and even have a model that is fairly easy to understand. Then we can make the breakthroughs in
science needed to meet the challenges of a rapidly more complex and difficult situation on
earth.
We have called our theory Forces by Proxy, because most effects
in the aether takes place because there is a directional difference in the aether pressure on particles. Attraction
is then provided by aether pressure deficiency from an “attractive” source, requiring that the neutral background
aether pressure executes attraction as a compressive force by proxy  a third party. All forces works by aether
pressure differences, while uncertainty works by random clusters of aether pressure
difference.
Our method is adapted to the need of bypassing a lot of wrong
dogmas in physics. In our opinion, it would be close to impossible to start from existing postulates and calculate
your way past such barriers. Our focus is not on making all the right formulas, but rather present a total platform
that can work as starting point for ferreting out the true basics of physics. If there are no major mistakes in
this presentation, we will be pleased and surprised. If there are less than 10 groundbreaking postulates that
survive scrutiny, we will be disappointed.
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Michelson & Morley’s aether
experiment
