Harmonic theory

Ray Tomes harmonic theory is based on the study of cycles that manifest themselves in a wide variety of phenomena and disciplines. From cosmological and astronomical scales to subatomic scales, harmonic theory postulates the existence of the Aether and presents a report consistent with existing observations. The following is an excerpt from one of Ray’s posts on UseNet:

Ideal gas

Imagine something like an ideal gas made up of particles of the same size. Suppose it was all mixed up and contains a lot of waves and vortices. The vortices themselves can also behave like particles and can also propagate waves, but this is a second order effect, and the speed will be lower than the waves in the gas itself. In addition, the waves in the vortices can create additional vortices, and again the speed will be slower.

This process can go on indefinitely if we have enough gas and enough time to mix and observe.
Now I want to assume that the universe is filled with gas, which is something like this, and I will call it Aether. This Aether will have a wave velocity of about 10 ^ 15 cm / s, which is much faster than light. The field that is represented by the pressure of the Aether, I think, is the gravitational field GR.

Note that I am assuming that gravitational waves travel at a much faster rate than commonly believed, but there is no observational evidence that this is not true, and this is in good agreement with common sense observations about the direction of the gravitational field. The traditional view of this is different in theory but not in practice.

Aetherial vacuum

The places where we observe there is matter are in fact low density areas of Aether. A black hole would be an Aetherial vacuum. It looks like a tornado with very low internal pressure and density. The vortices that exist in the Aether can also interact, and as a result, they create a different field. I will call this Aether. It is the Aether of Maxwell’s theory that will carry electromagnetic fields.

harmonic theory

It has a speed of propagation, which we call the speed of light, but varies from place to place depending on the density and pressure of the Aether. This is why space is considered to be curved by gravity in GR, but it is better to think of space as straight and the speed of light as variable.

Note that writing Aether for gravity and Aether for electromagnetism was chosen as a simple memorization tool.

The vortex theme and the equations that apply to them were fully calculated by Kelvin in 1880 and led to perfectly correct equations for electromagnetism, as explained by Paul Stowe [ed: See Article 21] in a recent post. He also reports that this is described in “A History of the Theories of Ether and Electricity” by E. Whitaker, Dover, 1989 – Ray Tomes

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