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Carel van der Togt
local time: 2021-04-23 01:05 (+01:00 )
Carel van der Togt (Abstracts)
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  • Ether and the Derivation of Planck's Constant (2009) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Carel van der Togt   read the paper:

    Quantum Mechanics offer science solutions for the discrete energy levels of electrons circling around the nucleus in atoms. The mathematical solutions of QM do not provide a physical explanation why the allowed quantum energy levels of atoms are fixed. In this article we show how the QM-solutions can be explained: QM and classical physics merge.


  • The Equivalence of Kinetic and Magnetic Energy (2006) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Carel van der Togt   read the paper:

    An electron is a mass with a charge that can move relative to an observer, and when doing, so represents
    both kinetic energy and magnetic energy. This paper investigates some obvious questions about the relationship
    between the two forms of energy.


  • Stellar Aberration and the Unjustified Denial of Ether (2005) [Updated 1 decade ago]
    by Carel van der Togt   read the paper:

    In the 18th and 19th century, physicists were looking for a medium by means of which light propagates; they called it "ether". In theory, one can assume two ethers: one not influenced by anything and therefore at absolute rest: the immobile ether; or another one that can be influenced, for example by a moving mass: the dragged ether. In 1727 James Bradley observed the star called y-Draconis and found the first evidence of stellar aberration, an effect correlated with the movement of Earth around Sun. After a long debate, science concluded that stellar aberration was not possible with dragged ether. Then in 1887, Michelson and Morley publicized their famous experiment, which proved that immobile ether could not exist. The fact that both ethers were thus denied by science, combined with the observation that the speed of light always appears to be constant and independent of the movement of the source, made Einstein's Special Relativity Theory inevitable. But the scientific debate concerning the dragged ether and the stellar aberration had one serious omission - one here shown to explain that with dragged ether, stellar aberration has to occur.