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How “thick” is a wave?

“How “thick” are the “vibration planes” of electromagnetic waves (The electric field is in a vertical plane and the magnetic field in a horizontal plane).” This question was posed recently on the forum of a LinkedIn group discussion of theoretical … Continue reading

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Son et lumière

The first two principal axioms of my model, the simple universe are these: Axiom 1 “The cosmos, what we call the ether, is made up of an electromagnetic energy field extending in all directions an indefinite distance from all points … Continue reading

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“Everything is made of fields” (but fields of what?)

Sean Carroll of Caltech is right. Well, partially right at least. In his lecture at Fermilab in 2013 (Particles, Fields and The Future of Physics) as reported in symmetry magazine that same year, (Everything is Made of Fields, July 18, … Continue reading

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Is the Scientific Method obsolete?

Today’s issue of the NYT (June 7, 2015), in its Sunday Review section, contains a reasonably fair commentary titled “A crisis at the edge of physics,” by Adam Frank and Marcelo Gleiser, both respected professionals in modern physics. The authors … Continue reading

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After dark, perhaps a little light

For at least the last hundred years, there has existed an ongoing debate about the entity or hypothetical entity we call space. It has been called the vacuum, a container, or a physical substance of some kind. Einstein used it … Continue reading

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Axioms of the simple universe

Axioms of the simple universe (from “imagine darkness” by Charles Scurlock)  Axiom 1 The cosmos, what we call the ether, is made up of an electromagnetic energy field extending in all directions an indefinite distance from all points in the … Continue reading

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Back to Reality: a Pilgrimage

The two most discussed scientific theories of the last 100 years, that is, the “standard models” of physics and cosmology, have their roots, even their foundations, in the belief in the existence of billions of tiny entities for which there … Continue reading

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