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Aether Physics Model

Essential to understanding the APM is that there are two distinct manifestations of charges; the electrostatic charge and the electromagnetic charge.  

The electrostatic charge applies to space (Aether) and has a reciprocal relationship to electromagnetic charge and applies to matter (subatomic particles).  The electrostatic charge has a static appearance whereas the electromagnetic charge has a dynamic appearance and is driven by the Gforce.  

Although the electromagnetic charge originates in matter, it also affects space.  Similarly, the electrostatic charge of space can also affect matter.  This occurs because each subatomic particle (electron, proton, positron, and antiproton) is encased in exactly one Aether unit.  Neutrons are encased in two Aether units and enclose both an electron and proton.  When matter acts, it carries space.  When fields act, they carry matter.

As Albert Einstein reasoned through his General Relativity theory, matter interacts with space, and space interacts with matter.  The electrostatic and electromagnetic charges associated with space manifest as the electrostatic field and electromagnetic field.  The electrostatic and electromagnetic charges associated with matter manifests as ions and magnetically polarized matter, respectively.  

The so-called "weak nuclear force" is not a force per se, but is the result of the electrostatic force interacting with the electromagnetic force (or space acting on matter).  What mainstream science calls the "electromagnetic force" is really the electrostatic force.  Also, the mainstream's labeling of the "strong force" is really a quantum magnetic force.  In both the APM and Standard Model, the gravitational force is carried by the dimension of mass.

In the Standard Model, charge is considered to be a particle.  In the APM, however, charge is a property of particles.  In the APM, charge is properly labeled as a dimension and both the electrostatic charge and electromagnetic charge represent two distinct dimensions of reality.

Two Types of Charges

 Electrostatic Charge
  • 1 spin
  • spherical
Electromagnetic Charge
  • 1/2 spin
  • steradian 

Distributed Charge

All charge, whether electrostatic or electromagnetic in nature, has a distributed (surface) geometry.