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Carel van der Togt (Books)
On a planned sabbatical in September of 1998, I further deepened my exploration into an unanswered question which arose 27 years earlier during my studies of applied physics.
After 2 ? months of research it was evident to me, that theoretical physics at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century had arrived at two fundamentally erroneous conclusions, thereby distorting the physical insight into the atomic and subatomic world.
Since that time, I have done my utmost to point out to scientists the omissions I found and to request revisions. The enthusiasm of scientists to fix these errors is minimal, since the perspectives of 100 years of theoretical physics need to be changed. Their resistance to review ancient assumptions appears insurmountable
To my understanding, it?s important that society be made aware of what mistakes were made. Therefore, I have written down my findings in this book. I describe the process whereby these errors occurred and why and how science has been able to commit them. Theoretical physics may be too mathematical in nature for the non-scientist to comprehend the mistakes and what influence this had on subsequent development
The omissions took place over 100 years ago, when the mathematics of theoretical physics was not as advanced, so a knowledge of high school mathematics is sufficient for comprehension by the non-scientist. The analysis unravels the mysteries of Quantum Mechanics and the physics underlying the quantized energy levels of atoms solely with the use of classical physical concepts.
Insight into traditional physics, shows how quantum mechanical effects can occur. The argument of scientists that the knowledge of Quantum Mechanics can not be understood with classical physical concepts is unfounded. The understanding of quantum mechanics for the non-scientist is just as simple as any other science.
The refusal to admit that mistakes were made, prevents non-scientists the opportunity to gain insight into the physics of quantum mechanical phenomena. After reading this book the reader can decide whether or not the existing understanding of theoretical physics adequately describes reality, or whether new insights are needed.
Quantum mechanics and the Relativity Theory are incompatible. Somewhere something must be wrong. In 1727 Bradley observed the star y-Draconis and measured the stellar aberration. Science concluded unjustly that dragged ether could not exist. Michelson and Morley proved without doubt with their famous experiment in 1887 that ether in absolute rest could not exist.
After both ethers were denied the Special Relatively Theory of Einstein was inevitable. The propagation of forces and light through vacuum became mysterious and almost unexplainable; time and space became relative.
Science unjustly rejected the hypothesis of the dragged ether. So the Relativity Theory is not indisputable anymore. The existence of dragged ether still is a scientific possibility. Exploring the possibilities of the dragged ether, it was "easy" to find mathematical and physical explanations for relativistic observations. The scientific explanations the ether is giving for yet unexplained and mysterious physical phenomena are vast.
Elementary and atomic particles like electron, positron, proton, neutron, deuteron, photon and neutrinos reveal their existence in simple mathematics. The physical background of quantum mechanics becomes clear. The dual character of particles and the principle of uncertainty of quantum mechanics coincides with dragged ether. Nuclear fusion is better understood. The constant of Planck (h) is eliminated theoretical when the photon is assumed to be an oscillation of two opposite charges. Even the cause for gravity emerges.
Theoretical physicists cannot disprove the ether theory. They however, understandable, reject the possibility of ether because it differs too much with the present scientific perception; their opinion is pre-determined. Determine for yourself the possibilities of dragged ether by reading.