Post by JanPB Post by HGW
There is no aether. That means there can be no Einstein's silly SR.
The stupidity of these posts here. Morons beyond words.
The stupidity of Einstein dingleberries is moronic beyond words. The Lorentz transform aka SR is fudged from Larmor’s transform which demands the very existence of the Aether. Although there is a difference between the Lorentz and Larmor’s transforms, there is no difference in GR based on the Lorentz or Larmor’s transform (#). Thus, GR also demands the very existence of the Aether. GR is another Aether theory. <shrug>
# Another chapter of discussion. <shrug>
The Larmor Transformation is nice.
((2 / 3) * (((hbar * c) / G)^0.5) * Planck length * ((c^7) / (hbar * G))) / c = 2.41891634e+52 watts
((((hbar * c) / G)^0.5) * Planck length * ((c^7) / (hbar * G))) / c = 3.6283745e+52 Planck Watts
(((c^5) / G) / 3) * 2 = 2.41891634e+52 watts
Larmor proposed that the aether could be represented as a homogeneous fluid medium which was perfectly incompressible and elastic. Larmor believed the aether was separate from matter. He united Lord Kelvin's model of spinning gyrostats (see Vortex theory of the atom) with this theory.
Parallel to the development of Lorentz ether theory, Larmor published the Lorentz transformations in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society in 1897 some two years before Hendrik Lorentz (1899, 1904) and eight years before Albert Einstein (1905). Larmor however did not possess the correct velocity transformations, which include the addition of velocities law, which were later discovered by Henri Poincaré. Larmor predicted the phenomenon of time dilation, at least for orbiting electrons, and verified that the FitzGerald–Lorentz contraction (length contraction) should occur for bodies whose atoms were held together by electromagnetic forces. In his book Aether and Matter (1900), he again presented the Lorentz transformations, time dilation and length contraction (treating these as dynamic rather than kinematic effects). Larmor opposed Albert Einstein's theory of relativity, though he supported it for a short time. Larmor rejected both the curvature of space and the special theory of relativity, to the extent that he claimed that an absolute time was essential to astronomy (Larmor 1924, 1927).
Larmor held that matter consisted of particles moving in the aether. Larmor believed the source of electric charge was a "particle" (which as early as 1894 he was referring to as the electron). Thus, in what was apparently the first specific prediction of time dilation, he wrote "... individual electrons describe corresponding parts of their orbits in times shorter for the [rest] system in the ratio (1 – v2/c2)1/2" (Larmor 1897). Larmor held that the flow of charged particles constitutes the current of conduction (but was not part of the atom). Larmor calculated the rate of energy radiation from an accelerating electron. Larmor explained the splitting of the spectral lines in a magnetic field by the oscillation of electrons.