Parallel Universes & The Suppression of Ether Physics
By Zuerrnnovahh-Starr Livingstone
November 19, 2004
Interference patterns have been studied since Newton. The multidimensional
or parallel universe explanation here is an attempt to explain this phenomenon
in the current terminology. One of the best attempts at a theory was Bell's
Theorem in 1964. It was not accepted widely.
The way it was explained to me in Physics 12 class in 1969
was that in some situations light acts as a particle and in other situations
it functions as a wave. It all depended upon the nature of the experimental
set-up. No theory was taught, just accept the mystery as a mystery, don't
think, don't question, don't muse, its imponderable, Newton could not figure
it out, Quantum theory does not explain it, Einstein could not figure it
out....so, what makes you think you brats can do any better?
The aetheric explanation was totally verboten, not allowed, unscientific,
excised from text books and dumped down the crapper. The aetheric explanation
is easier to understand: The next dimension interpenetrates our physical
dimension like a ghost and every physical particle has a corresponding aetheric
particle. Tesla could see it. Wilhelm Reich could see it. It is written
down in Hermetic Tradition as "As Above, So Below."
Scientists of 150 years ago theorized that there was a medium upon
which light propagated. They called it aether.
James Clerk Maxwell's 1859 wave equations were aether formulated.
William Crookes who measured the weight of a human soul
to be 21 grams believed that we were surrounded by aether. Nicola
Tesla designed all his inventions based on the inclusion of the
surrounding aether. Max Planck the father of the 1899 Quantum
Theory understood that we were surrounded by aether. Quantum Theory is conceptionally
easier when aether is included. Einstein's Theory of Relativity in 1905
and Special Relativity 1915 were forced onto Quantum Mechanics and they
do not mesh.
Aetheric photons and media back-ground co-existing with visible
photons explains interference plus the faster than light speed correspondences
that are necessary to explain the connectedness between photons from the
same light source.
The reason the power that be foisted non-aetheric theory on science was
to slow down the advancement of understanding. We would have our flying
cars by now if aether was understood.
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Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004 11:11 AM
Subject: home test to prove parallel universe
Are there big holes in this theory?
Psi Block: Home Test to Prove Parallel Universe
Written by Sam Sachdev
When you think of a parallel universe, do you think of a universe,
or a world, similar to ours but different in some fundamental quality. Bill
Clinton, for instance, is a happily celibate priest. Or George W. Bush delights
his fellow Mensa members, at parties, with his verbal games. Or, perhaps,
you only have a science-fiction quality vagueness to what you think of a
parallel universe: pointed ears, warp-drive through worm holes, and form
fitting Lycra body suits on a thin, well-groomed crew. A parallel universe,
it may surprise you to learn, is actually detectable in your own home, office,
or almost anywhere indoors. All that's required is a red laser pointer...,
a pin, and a piece of paper.
With the aid of David Deutsch, a physicist at Oxford University
and his excellent book "The Fabric of Reality," the experiment,
in a step-by-step process, is going to be set-up and, then, it's going to
be explained why this magic-like result from this experiment is indeed proof
of a parallel universe.
First, a red laser pointer is needed. I found one at Radio
Shack for $19, not including the triple A batteries that were needed. The
red color of the laser pointer is important. The red light, unlike the white
light of a flashlight, which is a composite of many colors, doesn't fray
as white light does. The red light, specifically, of the laser pointer casts
more specific shadows - which is what this experiment does. A flashlight,
according to Deutsch, can probably be substituted. A filter, however, is
going to have to be placed over the white beam. The filter, can only be
red colored glass; paper or any other filter won't work.
Next, a relatively large, dark room is needed. The room should be large
enough to set up the laser pointer on, say, a table, and have it cast its
light on a wall about one and a half meters, or about five feet away for
my metrically challenged Americans. At first, this humble journalist tried
to do the experiment, during the bright light of a Washington, DC winter
day, in a walk-in closet and a bathroom. Both weren't large enough. My dining
room, when the sun had set, was. David Deutsch recommends a room that's
almost totally dark. I found, however that this was too dark. The experiment
requires enough light to manipulate the laser pointer. What I did was have
a light on in another room, which provided enough light to see what I was
doing but dark enough to see the shadow cast by the laser pointer.
The experiment is best done with done with two people, with one handling
the laser pointer and the other observing the pattern on the wall. The positions
can then be switched. Be careful, however, not to shine the laser light
into the other's eyes.
If you don't have two people, this is what I recommend. Fold a piece of
paper in half and place it on the table, so that one half is perpendicular
to the table. Then, using a book, or anything to set the laser pointer on,
aim the pointer at the paper. Mark where the red light hits the paper.
Using a pin (and only a pin, not a tack, the holes have to be as small as
possible) punch two holes, on the mark, as close to each other as you can.
Then, aiming the laser pointer at the two small holes, a shadow of five
slits should be cast on the wall. That is, there's going to be one large
red dot cast on the wall. In the dot, there should be five distinct shadows
cast by the two holes. If this doesn't work, the most common problem I found
was that there wasn't enough distance between the paper and the wall. If
possible, increase the distance. David Deutsch recommends about five meters,
or fifteen feet, but I found about five feet, or a meter and a half, was
enough to observe the pattern.
Why, you may be wondering, are there five slits of shadows when there are
only two holes? That's because light, as you may have guessed, usually travels
in straight lines. We can't, for instance, see around corners or buildings.
When light, however, is forced to go through a small hole, it acts like
a thirteen year old forced to go clothes shopping with their parents, it
rebels. Specifically, it bends. The smaller the hole is, the more it bends.
So, if light traveled in straight lines, there would only be two shadows
cast by the holes. Instead, however, the shadow of the five slits, from
the two holes, is a result of concentric rings of varying thickness and
brightness. There is a bright spot in the center, surrounded by a dark ring
and, following this pattern, fainter rings of light and darkness around
it. The result is the pattern of the five slits.
Patiently, you've read this far and want to know when you're going to detect
a parallel universe. This is the next step. Next to the two holes you've
punched, make two more. It's important that they be parallel with the other
holes and that they be as close to the other two. Also, keep in mind that
the width of the point of the laser is narrow (at least mine was) and that
the laser has to go through all four holes simultaneously.
What should happen, or is expected to happen, is that the
same pattern as with the two holes appears. Light beams, according to "Fabric
of Reality," normally pass through each other unaffected. So, the same
pattern as the two holes, should be repeated, only brighter and slightly
blurred. What happens is nothing like that and is, David Deutsch believes,
evidence of parallel universes. Only three shadows are cast. That is, two
of the shadows disappear. If you look closely, you'll see that where there
been two red shadows are now dark. So, punching two more holes actually
results in two of the shadows going dark. How does this happen? Something,
obviously, is blocking the light from casting the shadow. Or, you might
think that the photons, individual units of light, have somehow been bent
and recombined to form a pattern of new shadows. The answer, as will be
explained, can't be this but is an usually undetectable world of photons,
or, a parallel universe. First, however, it should be explained that what
interferes with the laser light has the properties of light. If, for instance,
two of the holes are covered by anything opaque, the five slit shadow reappears,
but it, the red laser light, can penetrate anything and behaves as light
does, that allows light to pass. If, for instance, a system of mirrors is
set-up, which the light bounces off of and eventually reaches the wall,
the same patterns appear.
What happens when the red laser light is slowed to one photon
at a time (no, this can't be done in your dining room)? That is, when only
one photon is fired through each of the four slits, the same pattern appears.
Could it be that, when the photon passes through the slits, they change
course and recombine? Nope. When detectors are placed at each of the four
slits, and one photon again is passed through them, only one of the detectors
goes off, meaning that the photon hasn't split. David Deutsch, using an
experimentally confirmed prediction from quantum theory, believes that what's
causing the interference are shadow photons. More specifically, interference,
as in this experiment, is not only common for photons but for every particle.
So, Deutsch writes in "Fabric of Reality," this is what is causing
the interference, "When a photon passes through one of four slits,
some shadow photons pass through the other three slits." The shadow
photons, then, are blocking the tangible photons, causing only three shadow
slits. These shadow photons form a parallel universe. David Deutsch writes
that they behave as tangible particles do.
They obey the law of physics but with the difference that
they're in a different position. But how, exactly, do the shadow photons
stop the tangible ones? The answer that Deutsch presents is that the shadow
atoms, present in the shadow photons, form a barrier. Only a small proportion
of the tangible and shadow atoms, however, are interacting with one another.
Or, as Deutsch writes, "each shadow atom in the barrier can be interacting
with only a small proportion of the other shadow atoms in its vicinity,
and the ones it does interact with form a barrier much like a tangible one.
And so on. All matter, and all physical processes, have this structure."
To clarify his last point, the parallel universe interacts with the tangible
universe in much the same way as particles so in the tangible universe:
only a small proportion do. The result is through interference, or weakly,
as in the experiment.
Why, you may be wondering, if there's a detectable parallel
universes around us, why don't we detect, or notice it, more often? David
Deutsch writes, the answer, "...can be found in the quantum-mechanical
laws that govern them."
Every particle, for instance, has counterparts in other universes
and is only interfered with only by those counterparts. Any other universe,
therefore, can only be detected when the particle in, say, our universe
converges with its counterpart in another universe. The path of the particle
and its counterpart have to be exactly right. They have to separate and
join together again, as in this experiment, and the timing has to be right.
If there's a delay in the particles or any interference, the particles won't
converge. Also, a parallel universe is only detectable between universes
that are very alike. In short, because these events are extremely rare,
so is the detection of parallel universes is difficult. It should be added
that most physicists disagree with Deutsch's conclusion that what is detected
in this experiment is another universe. For brevity's sake, the argument
against can be summarized as, there is something interfering with the light
in this experiment, why does it have to be a parallel universe? Why can't
it be just be left to something that we don't yet understand?
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