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    The Reinterpretation

    I created a physical model based on an extremely dense background ether and with even higher density spheres of ether embedded in the background ether. All the particles in the universe are embedded in this background ether. Each particle consists of 2 of these high density spheres of ether and the 2 spheres in each particle expand and contract 180 degrees out of phase with each other. These 2 components of a particle are entangled with each other by sharing/exchanging a portion of their ether with each other. As one component starts expanding the other component starts contracting, the contracting component receives a portion of ether from the expanding component. This shared ether from the expanding component has some momentum and the contracting component receives this either and the momentum of that received ether pushes the contracting component away from the expanding component, thereby keeping the 2 components permanently separated. If component 1 in the pair of components has an extra amount of ether compared to component 2, that extra amount could account for a -1 charge for the 2 entangled components, this would be an electron.
    pages 3-7:
    https://sites.google.com/view/shetlar/home

    A component expands and contracts at an incredibly high frequency, and the distance it expands is incredibly far. When a component expands, the ether that makes up the component only expands a short distance, the rest of the expanding spherical wave is made of the background ether which continues the expanding wave. It acts like a standing spherical wave that is made of the components ether and the background ether. The distance it expands could be many light years in diameter and that could occur in a fraction of a second. The center of mass will not travel faster than the speed of light.

    Wave velocity is slower in a region with lower density ether:
    In a region of space where the expanding ether from 2 components are flowing in the same direction, some of the ether in that region is dragged/pushed out of that region resulting in a lower density in that region and a slower wave velocity in that region.

    Wave velocity is higher in a region with higher density ether:
    In a region of space where the expanding ether from one component and the contracting ether from another component are flowing in opposite directions, extra ether is pushed into that region causing a higher density in that region and a higher wave velocity in that region.

    How a component in particle 1 interacts with a component in particle 2. Regions 1 and 3 are equal distances in the examples, region 2 is variable. Two examples:

    Example 1: Repulsion of 2 positive components, both expanding:


    Region 1-------------|---------Region 2---------|--------Region 3
    -----------positive component 1------positive component 2
    ----------------- <-- O --> ---------------- <-- O -->

    Note:
    <--O--> = expanding component
    -->O<-- = contracting component
    O = component

    Region 1 left of component 1:
    Ether from both components flows to the left in region 1 and causes the ether in region 1 to be less dense and the ether waves travel more slowly in this region.

    Region 2 between components 1 and 2:
    Ether from both components 1 and 2 flow against each other in this region and result in higher ether density in region 2, causing the ether waves to travel faster in region 2.

    Region 3 right of component 2:
    Ether from both components flows to the right in region 3 and causes the ether in region 3 to be less dense and the ether waves travel more slowly in this region.

    Results for component 1:
    The ether wave of component 1 that flows to the right travels faster in region 2 and slower in region 3 when expanding and contracting. The distance component 1 expands into region 1 is equal to the distance of region 2 + most of region 3.
    Component 1's time spent in Region 1 is greater than the time spent in regions 2 and 3. When the ether returns to a compressed sphere it will be displaced to left due to the ether from the right returning earlier than the ether returning from the left. The same will be true for component 2, except it will be displaced to the right. The same will happen for 2 negative expanding components.


    Example 2: Attraction of 1 expanding positive component and 1 contracting negative component:


    Region 1------------|----------Region 2-------------|-------------Region 3
    -----------positive component 1--------- negative component 2
    ---------------- <-- O --> --------------------- --> O <--

    Region 1 left of component 1:
    Ether from component 1 flows to the left and ether from component 2 flows to the right. With the ether flowing in opposite directions the ether is compressed and the 2 waves travel faster in this region.

    Region 2 between components 1 and 2:
    Ether from both components 1 and 2 flow in the same direction in this region causing a lower ether density and slower ether wave velocity in region 2.

    Region 3 right of component 2:
    Ether from component 1 flows to the right and ether from component 2 flows to the left. With the ether flowing in opposite directions the ether is compressed and the 2 waves travel faster in this region.

    Results for component 1:
    Time spent in Region 1 is greater than the time spent in regions 2 and 3. When component 1's ether returns to a compressed sphere it will be displaced to left due to the ether from the right returning earlier than the ether from the left. The same will be true for component 2, it will be displaced to the right.
    pages 15-27:
    https://sites.google.com/view/shetlar/home
    Last edited by Deansh; 2020-Aug-13 at 03:56 AM. Reason: edited to replace spaces with dashes

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