Sunday, January 30, 2005

Magnetars as Evidence of Aether

A magnetar is a city-sized object with a magnetic field 1,000,000,000,000,000 times greater than Earth's magnetic field. These objects are neutron "stars," which spin at 500 to 1000 rotations per second.

The Aether Physics Model shows that all subatomic particles are magnetic. It is further reasoned that the net magnetic alignment of subatomic particles in an atomic nucleus contributes to a materials magnetism. Neutron stars, and their stronger versions, magnetars, are stellar bodies probably formed in the core of other stars during their lifetime. When the star explodes the dense neutron core remains. Our own Sun may have it's own small neutron core, which would drive its magnetic field. This could explain how the Sun flips its magnetic field every 11 years.

Of particular interest is the prevailing scientific belief that the magnetar's magnetic field develops from its spin. The faster the magnetar spins, the stronger its magnetic field would be, based on the Standard Model understanding of magnetism. But the SM does not present a theory for how an explosion, such as a Supernova, could increase the spin rate of a star's core. The Aether Physics Model suggests that the magnetic alignment of the neutrons means that their angular momentum is also aligned. Since the neutron angular momentum must exist within the Aether to maintain its spin, it is more likely that the Aether acting on a near perfect neutron "crystal" is what causes the spin. The larger and more perfect the neutron alignment is in the neutron star, the faster it will spin.

Thursday, January 06, 2005

Latest on my Leg

Today I had surgery to remove the external fixator from my left leg. The surgery went well and the leg is not held together only be a cast. I donated the fixator to the surgeon's surgery clinic in Nigeria.

According to the doctor, the leg is now showing signs of bone healing. This is only two weeks since the last visit and x-rays showed no healing at all. Since that time, I flipped the magnet under my leg to have the south side up, practiced focusing thoughts of healing on the magnetically treated water before drinking it (similar to Masaru Emoto), and increased my protein intake.

I can't say just how much healing is taking place because the surgeon didn't take x-ray photographs. Instead, he used a tool that allowed live examination with x-rays. In any case, the healing is progressing and there is no infection. I go back for a checkup in about 10 days.

Thanks to all who have said prayers for me, as I'm sure that also helped with the healing.

Sunday, January 02, 2005

Interplanetary Magnetic Field and the Aether

The Aether Physics Model states that all magnetic fields are, in fact, direct manifestations of Aether. If this is true, the Aether should function similarly at the interplanetary scale as it does at the quantum scale.

In "Secrets of the Aether," several experiments are suggested that demonstrate the magnetic field is a function of Aether rather than onta (electrons and protons). For example, when a magnet is place with the north or south pole against a CRT (i.e. computer or TV screen) and twisted back and forth, the electron pattern does not move with the magnet, but remains steady. This is true whether the magnet is circular, square, or any other shape.

From these observations it can be deduced that the interplanetary magnetic field would exhibit a similar absolute reference with the Aether. It should be true that the Earth experiences some type of annual variation in its magnetic field with regard to the Sun's magnetic field.

As in the case of the magnets placed against a CRT, the Sun's magnetic field does not spin at the same rate as the Sun's rotation. The Sun rotates about its polar axis once every 28 days. Yet the Earth experiences a variation with respect to the Sun's magnetic field exactly once each year.

The following quote is from the Space Physics Text Book of Oulu.

"The annual geomagnetic variation relates to the Earth's orbit. Due to the 7.2 degrees tilt of the solar rotation axis with respect to the normal of ecliptic, the Earth reaches the highest northern and southern heliographic latitude (where solar wind speed is higher) on September 6 and March 5, respectively, and crosses the equator twice a year between these dates. Thus, when observed from Earth, one should expect a semiannual variation in solar wind speed with maxima around these dates. However, annual variation is often more clear (e.g., Bolton, 1990), and this is because the solar wind distribution is asymmetric or shifted with respect to equator (Zieger and Mursula, 1998). "

The lack of a clear semi-annual variation and a clearer annual variation supports the Aether Physics Model concept of magnetic fields. It would seem that the APM could be put to good use in astrophysics, perhaps helping to explain many of the mysteries still facing scientists today.