Thursday, May 26, 2011

Electron confounds predictions and remains stubbornly spherical

The Aether Physics Model reveals a complex structure for the electron. There is an electrostatic charge, which is spherical, and a magnet charge, which is toroidal. The geometry of the electron is not inherent, but is inherited from the space in which it resides.

Electrostatic charge actually belongs to the Aether unit. The electron is created when a string of dark matter is absorbed by an Aether unit. Thus the electron is a composite of dark matter and Aether, which results in visible matter.

The electrostatic charge of the electron exhibits the spherical property of the Aether electrostatic charge. The movement of the circular string of mass (dark matter) around the electrostatic charge creates magnetic charge.

When scientists measure only the electrostatic charge of the electron while looking for its shape, they see the spherical electrostatic charge of the Aether unit and then assume the electron is spherical. This is a mistake in perception caused from a limited perspective.

If they were to examine the geometry of the electron based upon its magnetic charge, rather than its electrostatic charge, they would see a toroidal shape.

The Standard Model does not yet acknowledge the property of magnetic charge, but attempts to describe magnetism in terms of moving electrostatic charge. Although the two types of charges are intimately related, they are nonetheless distinctly different physical properties.

When the two properties are properly understood and quantified, as in the Aether Phyiscs Model, then it becomes possible to properly unify all the fundamental forces. The weak interaction is seen as a ratio of the electrostatic to magnetic charge carriers and not as a "dimensionless force," as the Standard Model describes it.

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