The Quantisation of Physics by Means of the Quantum Distance

When you are interested in physics you must read “Unbelievable“!

The above calculations and explanations are confusing. The link between QM and classical physics was buried deeply. We will tell the story again in words so all doubts may disappear.

The scientific article “Stellar Aberration and the Unjustified Denial of Ether” (Galilean Electrodynamics 16, 75-77 (July/August 2005) proves without doubt that ether is scientifically much more likely than an absolute empty space.

The widely accepted field theories implicitly assume a vacuum that is not absolutely empty. So the assumption that vacuum is space filled with point-volumes is not scientifically impossible. The point-volumes supply the physical means to transfer the electromagnetic fields in vacuum according to natural constants εo and μo.

When space is filled with point-volumes and there is no electric field; vacuum is “stress-free”. A charge placed in vacuum polarizes the point-volumes and draws them to the charge Q. Space, vacuum, is not “stress-free” anymore. The point-volumes obligatory orientate around +Q into a bulb-configuration because of the electrostatic force. The dimension of the point-volume determines the sequence of the distances at which perfect symmetric figures can be created.

At Rc two “perfect” circles are created that defines the dimensions of the electron. The electron can orbit around the nucleus “resistant free” in the 3rd Quantum Dimension at the Bohr-radius in two tunnels and in the tunnels at the other 11 ionization levels until the rydberg-distance. Between the ionization levels the electron has to be deformed according to the imperfect dimensions of space in between. The deformation of the electron needs force/energy and therefore creates the energy traps at the ionization levels.

When an electron circles around a proton at distances greater than the rydberg-distance the electron and proton are moving in each others 4th quantum dimension. The quantum effects have become irrelevant when the radius of the orbiting electron Re between proton and electron exceeds the rydberg-distance.

The electron must be deformed when it travels between the ionization levels. When the electron reaches a tunnel at an ionization level it will oscillate in the tunnel when it tries to penetrate the imperfect space around the tunnel; the electron will oscillate. When the electron emits a photon while captured, the overflow of kinetic energy is released; the energy of the electron is reduced to the quantified energy needed to perfectly circle the nucleus at that distance. The deformation of the electron requires force/energy and therefore creates the observed energy traps. The imperfection of space increases more and more when the electron approaches the Bohr-distance; the first distance where 2 perfect bulb shell tunnels for the electron to orbit the nucleus are created.

The resonance of the perfect Bohr-circle at the ionization levels n=2,3,…  are “save heavens” for the electron in the imperfect space. When the electron is caught in the energy trap of one of the ionization levels the overflowing kinetic energy is emitted.

Under normal conditions it is impossible for the electron to close in on the nucleus under the Bohr-distance. The deformation of the electron is so severe that the required force to deform the electron is not available. The electron cannot close in on the nucleus under “normal” conditions.

Next chapter: Discussion on QM and the ether