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New Unified Force Theory Predicts Measured Values of Physics


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#35 QADI

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Posted 24 June 2006 - 06:55 PM

If you go to google and search for "Highlights of the Aether Physics Model", you can find a great summary of the 10 chapters of the book. It will explain in more simplified language than the white paper.

Good luck!

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Posted 26 January 2007 - 01:19 PM

I stopped at 33% of the way through. However, I read all of "Breaking Lorentz symmetry". Though it was technically detailed and very arcane, it was readable and understandable, with only a few re-reads of the densest paragraphs.

The Aether white paper contains many, many paragraphs that are opaque even with multiple reads at low speed. So many undefined terms, such as "objective" and "subjective". WTF, Over?

The basic sub-structure of the Aether white paper is to merely define new terms by dividing (or multiplying) this physical quantity by that physical quantity. They do this over and over, with no explanation of what they are accomplishing. Too many lame hand-waves.

I read the Aether white paper as 92% on my BS-Meter.

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Posted 13 April 2007 - 02:10 AM

Originally Posted by Tormod
If it smells like cold fusion, looks like cold fusion, and sounds like cold fusion...what have you got?


Red herring?:shrug:


Wow turtle! Does this theory show that you can do cold fusion by spending 3 months cold smoking a herring?:(