Predictions

Aether Mechanics Predicts that:

    • There are anti-gravitational forces between two suns.
    • There are anti-gravitational forces between two black holes.
    • Black holes are super heavy atoms.
    • Black holes can turn into new stars and dead stars turn into black holes.
    • Nuclear waste can be disposed into the sun.

 

Anti-gravitational Force between two Suns

The first prediction is that there are anti-gravitational forces between two suns. In other words, there are repellent forces between two suns.

In a sun-sun system as shown, two suns are placed at a distance to each other. Let’s say the sun-1 on the left-hand side is the same sun in our Sun-Earth system. The sun-2 on the right-hand side is defined as a sun, or source, because its energy density is higher than the surrounding energy density (shown as a dotted line) due to the sun-1 alone. If the energy density of the sun-2 is lower than the surrounding energy density due to the sun-1, there will be a sink of aether flow similar to our Earth.

The energy density and the gradient of the energy density along a line passing through these two suns are shown to indicate the direction and magnitude of aether flow in one dimension. It is then extended to two dimensions to show aether flow around these two suns.

In the sun-sun system, aether flows out of these suns. Because the gradient of the energy density is smaller on the left-hand side of the sun-2, aether flows slower on the left-hand side of the sun-2. According to Bernoulli’s equation, aether pressure is larger on the left-hand side of the sun-2 than on the right-hand side of the sun-2. The summation of all pressure forces on the sun-2 will force it to move away from the sun-1. It is a repellent force and is opposite to what will be naturally assumed.

 

Anti-gravitational Force between two Black Holes

The second prediction is that there are anti-gravitational forces between two black holes. In other words, there are repellent forces between two Black Holes (BHs).

In a BH-BH system as shown, two BHs are placed at a distance to each other. The dotted line represents energy density field due to only the BH1 shown on the left-hand side of the figure. The BH2 on the right-hand side is defined as a BH, or sink, because its energy density is lower than the surrounding energy density due to the BH1 alone. If the energy density of the BH2 is higher than the surrounding density due to the left-hand side BH1, it will be a source, not a sink, at this particular location.

The energy density and the gradient of the energy density along a line passing through these two BHs are shown to indicate the direction and magnitude of aether flow in one dimension. It is then extended to two dimensions to show aether flow around these two BHs.

In the BH-BH system, aether flows into these BHs. Because the gradient of the energy density is smaller on the left-hand side of the BH2, aether flows slower on the left-hand side of the BH2. According to Bernoulli’s equation, aether pressure is larger on the left-hand side of the BH2 than at the right-hand side of the BH2. The summation of all pressure forces on the BH2 will force it to move away from the BH1. It is a repellent force and is opposite to what will be naturally assumed.