David Thomson and Jim Bourassa of the Quantum AetherDynamics Institute (QADI) released a new theory which mathematically predicts and explains the measured values of physics with striking precision. Their Aether Physics Model includes the “Holy Grail” of physics sought by Albert Einstein; the Unified Force Theory. “Our model shows the forces are unified by a simple set of general laws explainable as the fabric of space-time itself, which is a dynamic, quantum-scale Aether,” said Bourassa.
In February 2002, Thomson was observing a peculiar setup of a Tesla coil and noticed what appeared to be two distinctly different manifestations of charges. Not finding an adequate explanation for why charge should take on two different forms, Thomson decided to re-examine the foundations of quantum physics. Within three weeks, he discovered the simple, empirically based equations, which produce the Unified Force Theory. “This new model of quantum existence does not change the laws of Quantum Mechanics, it merely changes our view of quantum structure,” Thomson said.
“I placed an ad on my website for someone to develop the mathematics for a Unified Field Theory based upon the Aether,” said Bourassa. “David said he not only could do it, but already had.” Since then, they joined together to form QADI, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit research organization devoted to the development and dissemination of the Aether Physics Model, published Secrets of the Aether, a book about the theory, and released a new white paper that summarizes the theory, A New Foundation for Physics, which is available online at www.16pi2.com/files/NewFoundationPhysics.pdf.
Infinite Energy Magazine will be publishing the white paper this fall. “We just received our first acknowledgement,” said Thomson. “Because we are self-educated and this revolutionary discovery about the mathematics and geometry of the space-time fabric is not coming from a well-known scientific organization, it has been slow to gain acceptance, despite the stunning results the theory produces,” he continued. The fabric of space-time Thomson refers to is the ubiquitous Aether, long discarded by modern science. According to Albert Einstein’s Special Relativity theory, there cannot be a rigid Aether, as envisioned by Albert Michelson. However, Thomson and Bourassa’s quantified Aether is fluid, as recently proposed in the December 2005 issue of Scientific American by Theodore Jacobson and Renaud Parentani.
Besides the Unified Force Theory, QADI has also developed the foundation for an atomic binding energy equation, an electron binding energy equation, a conductance constant, fine structure constants for the proton and neutron, and geometrical models for photons, subatomic particles, and quantum units of space-time. These are significant accomplishments, and should be receiving close attention from scientists and researchers. The theory is testable, coherent, mathematically derived, empirically based, and uses easy-to-understand Newtonian equations.
Along with providing more precise values for the Strong Nuclear Charge and Weak Nuclear Relationship, three other measurements where they predict a slightly different value than the Standard Model are in the Casimir equation, the neutron magnetic moment, and neutron g-factor. More accurate experiments should confirm which values are correct, which could verify the validity of the Aether Physics Model.
For additional information about the Aether Physics Model, contact Jim Bourassa or visit www.quantumaetherdynamics.com. Science editors can use the white paper, A New Foundation for Physics, as a basis for an article. High-resolution graphics are available from QADI.
The Aether Unit illustrates the Aether’s geometry and spin structure. It shows how the length and time dimensions work together to produce curved space-resonance. Space-resonance is a five dimensional representation involving three dimensions of length and two dimensions of frequency, as opposed to the four dimensional representation of space-time common to Euclidian geometry.
The Aether quantifies as a fabric of quantum rotating magnetic fields with electromagnetic, electrostatic, and gravitational dipole structures. Subatomic particles quantify as angular momentum encapsulated in a quantum, rotating magnetic field. All quantum, atomic, and molecular processes can be precisely modeled, leading to discrete physics with new understandings and insights. Shown here is the Aether fabric.