Gravity
The aether is immensely dense, and executes an immensely high pressure
on all particles from all directions all the time. Statistical fluctuations cause quantum mechanical phenomena on small scales. In gravity, we look at much
larger masses, so we can ignore these fluctuations as QM peculiarities.
Gravity can be provided by masses if the working mechanism of
absorption, retention and emission of aether units by particles result in an extremely small loss of the aether
units’ probability for interacting with matter. The requirement is that the momentum and energy of the aether units
are perfectly conserved through the process – the gravitational effect only reduces the emitted aether’s potency
for interaction.
The aether flux outwards from a body of matter M versus the background
aether flux (inwards). Matter reduces a tiny part of the aether unit’s ability to interact with particles. Aether
units with slightly reduced probability for interaction is represented by white arrows. Black arrows represent
aether with average ability to interact with particles.
The result is that matter sends out aether units that constitute a
slightly reduced pressure relative to the background aether pressure. The gravitational force is all about the
relative pressure. There is a slightly lower aether pressure from Earth than from space working on us at the
surface of Earth. Thus we are pressed towards Earth by a force proportional to the total target represented by our
body’s mass: F = mg. Gravity is a deficiency in interaction probability with loss of hits and the according loss of
repulsive impulse transfers from the side of the “attracting” matter.
Since gravity works by setting up a deficiency of aether impulse
transfers from the source of the force, we say that gravity is a Force by Proxy, because it is executed by a third
party  the neutral background aether flux from space. Thus we claim that we can split space and aether pressure,
and explain what Einstein’s curved space consist of.
Figure shows how a directional deficiency of interaction probability of the individual aether units from matter
results in a net inwards aether pressure in the surrounding space. The fat arrows represents the total aether
pressure, and they look the same from all directions, because the differential aether pressure that make up gravity
is too small to be seen on a visualisation like this, if for instance M is our sun. When we decompose gravity and
show it on the same figure, it is taken out of proportion in order to become
noticeable.
Modified gravitation in very massive celestial
bodies.
When parts of the regular K flux get less amplitude, these Ks will react less frequently thereafter.
In LARGE bodies, less Ks are transformed pr unit mass.
Reactivity of Ks in matter will drop off according to a “survival” function. The formula for gravitational
potential U should be like
U = G·M·e^{aM} /
r
Here “a” must be a very small figure, since the new part of the gravitational potential must have
e^{am} ≈ 1 for most kinds of celestial bodies including bodies
the size of our earth
.
In general, larger bodies will set up less gravitational potential per unit mass compared to smaller
bodies.
A large celestial body illustrating that repeated reduction of K
interaction probability causes nonlinear reduction of K interaction probability.
Then there is a second factor that also comes into play. What is the
working mechanism for how each K gets its probability of interaction reduced? It is reasonable to assume that a K
which has had its probability of interaction reduced by 50% through a very large number of interactions N, will end
up at zero interaction probability after 2N interactions? Again a negative exponential function seems much more
appropriate. Then the K’s interaction probability would lose 50% of 50% with 2N repetitions, giving 25% remaining
interaction probability.
P_{K}
~ P_{0}e^{bN}.
But then, who says that a Ks interaction probability can go lower than
a certain threshold value due to gravity? At a certain point there may be no more effect of yet another disturbance
from interaction with matter. If so, the K’s interaction probability approaches an asymptote between
0P_{0} and 1P_{0}.
Conclusion: it is overwhelmingly more likely that K interaction
probability can not come close to zero because of gravity, compared to assuming that zero aether interaction with
particles is possible.
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