Substance and Relativity

Space and time are not the primary concepts in science. Space appears as the external characteristic of size, and the internal characteristic of force. Time appears as the external characteristic of velocity, and the internal characteristic of duration. Therefore, space and time are the characteristics of some primary concept.

The primary concept of this universe is aether (substance).

NOTE: The 19th century concept of “stationary aether” was discredited, and correctly so. There is no stationary and uniform aether. But there is aether in the original sense of substance. Currently physics narrowly identifies the word “substance” with matter. Light is not matter, but, more correctly, light is a substance.


Aether as Substance

From ancient times, aether has denoted the ‘substance that permeated the cosmos’, from which the stars and planets were made. Aether expresses itself as light and the stars that shine so brightly. As shown in the last chapter, aether may be presented as the following spectrum of substance.

  1. Black Hole material
  2. Nuclear matter
  3. Electronic particles
  4. Gamma radiation
  5. X-ray radiation
  6. Ultraviolet radiation
  7. Visible radiation
  8. Infrared radiation
  9. Terahertz radiation
  10. Microwave radiation
  11. Radio waves
  12. Gravity
  13. Space
  14. Void
  15. Emptiness

Emptiness is the reference point for all phenomena. Void is the reference point for the physical phenomena only. Anything that can be detected physically is substance with innate force. For example, light can be detected; therefore, light is a substance with innate force. Once there is force there is also momentum and energy, but those are secondary concepts.

The primary concept is the innate force of substance. Substance of minimum density appears as space. Substance of maximum density appears as matter.

Aether is correctly interpreted as SUBSTANCE that has the innate characteristic of FORCE. Substance is not limited to matter.


The Scale of Substance

Minimum density represents the flimsiest of force fields. As density increases this force field gets stronger and appears as electromagnetic fluid. The density of this “fluid” increases with frequency until it forms the electronic “particles” inside the atom. The density of these “particles” increases very rapidly inside the atom to form the material nucleus. Parallel to increasing density is the increasing duration of substance.

The physical substance starts with space and ends in matter. This gives us a scale of substance.


Einstein’s Relativity

Einstein’s theory of Relativity looks at this scale from the viewpoint of matter. It gives us a scale of velocity increasing from matter to light. From this viewpoint, the speed of the flimsiest of force fields shall be the highest reaching an infinite value for space.

Einstein’s theory, however, interprets space shrinking and duration increasing with increasing velocity. This means that density increases with increasing velocity. This contradicts the logical view given above. The theory of relativity also contradicts the fact that as the velocity increases, the size of the quantum particle increases also.

The interpretation of Einstein’s theory of relativity is quite opposite to the reality of this primary concept as the scale of substance.


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