Abstract: There is one and only one Aether. The Principle of Incommensurability tells me that there must be two modalities of the Aether that are orthogonal to each other. I am calling the first modality “Primary” and the second modality “Secondary“. There is a third modality or “Tertiary ” that is associated with Matter. Matter cannot come into being until Primary and Secondary are present. The appearance of Matter sets Secondary out of balance causing Primary Aether to flow. Primary Aether flow is directly responsible for all inertial forces that we experience such as mass, gravity and the forces we feel when we accelerated through space. Secondary Aether is responsible for all things associated with electromagnetism and is the medium for the propagation of light.
“All phenomenon in the universe, including gravity and electromagnetism can be explained in terms of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Aether.”
Primary Aether, belongs to the domain of counter-space. Secondary Aether, belongs to the domain of space. Secondary Aether can be visualized as a sea of vortex-pairs, and each vortex-pair can be visualized as the YinYang symbol. So, if you visualize space as being filled with a sea of YinYangs, then you will be very close to the truth. For the sake of simplicity (and artistic liberty), I refer to these vortex-pairs as OM-Particles. From now on, that is what I am going to call them.
“One-YinYang = One-OM-Particle in The OM Particle theory”.
Without Secondary Aether, the concept of space cannot exist. Without Primary Aether, Secondary Aether could not come into being. Secondary emerges from Primary in a phase transition that occurred when the Universe was merely 2.1 degrees Kelvin. The whole Universe had to be this temperature in order for OM-Particles to appear in the Universe. Quantum fluctuations in Primary Aether is the cause for temperature increase of the Universe over time. As the temperature increases, more OM-Particles appear. More OM-Particles result in more quantum fluctuations in Primary causing the temperature to continue to rise. When the temperature reached approximately 2.7 K, another phase transition occurred in the Aether. This phase transition resulted in the appearance of unpaired vortices which we perceive as matter. In order for this to occur, the WHOLE Universe had to have a temperature of 2.7K.
By analogy, in order for even one bit ice to form on the surface of a lake, the WHOLE lake has to be 4 degrees Celsius. Water is most dense at 4 degrees. Ice is less dense than water at 4 degrees which is why ice expands when it freezes and this is why it freezes from top to bottom. Thank goodness for this or, every winter, the fish would freeze.
The whole Aether, Primary+Secondary had to reach 2.7 K before any matter could even form. THIS is the reason for the Cosmic Background Radiation of 2.7 K. This phase transition that resulted in the formation of Matter is, for all intents and purposes, The Big Bang, but, in The OM Particle theory, it is better thought of as The Big Phase Transition. The Big Phase Transition looks like a “bang”. The main difference between The Big Bang and The OM Particle theory is that the Universe continues to bang. The other difference is, in The Big Bang, the whole universe was a hot dense soup before the formation of Matter, and in The OM Particle theory, the whole universe was in a cold dense super-fluid, before the formation of Matter. The BEGINNING in the OM Particle Theory is at the opposite end of the thermodynamic spectrum compared to The Big Bang model. This is an important point.
Now, back to the Aether.
Primary Aether, appears in the spaces between OM-Particles. Without “space” between OM-Particles, the concept of space could not exist. Without a sea of OM-Particles, the concept of “space” cannot be visualized.
The vortex-antivortex pairs (which I affectionately call OM-Particles) are not atoms. OM-Particles appeared in the Universal Aether before Matter was even born. OM-Particles can be simply thought of as dipoles, but, in reality, they are composed of dual vortex flows of Primary Aether. Primary Aether is inertial (it resists change) and only flows when it has to.
For example, in the BEC experiments, when the BEC, which is inertial (it resists change) is force to spin, it initially resists this change. Eventually, vortex pairs begin to form in the BEC. Why? To conserve angular momentum. It dumps all of its angular momentum from the global spin of the BEC, into smaller scale vortex-antivortex pairs. So, we can assume that something changed in the initial condition of Primary Aether that cause these OM-Particles to form. The Universal BEC appears to be “spinning-up”.
In the BEC experiments, it can be shown that the circular flow from vortex-A flows into the core of vortex-B and vice versa. I like to visualize this using the YinYang symbol. In my model, I use the YinYang as a simple schematic of an OM-Particle. The white and black dots in the YinYang symbol correspond to the vortex cores of the vortex pair, and the outer black and white regions correspond to the vortex flow. As you can see, the “black” vortex fluid can be found in the core of the white vortex and vice versa. The vortex pairs in a BEC do the same thing. Also, as OM-Particles fill Primary Aether, they self-organize into a pattern that looks something like this:
On the left is the image of a BEC filled with vortex-antivortex pairs which I affectionately refer to as OM-particles. On the right is the YinYang symbol which I use to help visualize OM-Particles. Now, imagine that each of the dark spots in the BEC image on the left is an OM-Particle (visualized as a YinYang symbol). In between the OM-Particles is what I am referring to as Primary Aether. The grid pattern, formed by the OM-Particles is what I refer to as Secondary Aether. If those dots were not there, then there could be no “space between the dots”. Without the “dots”, there is no Secondary Aether. Without the “dots”, the concept of “space” is unnecessary. Space between what? We need the dots. We need Secondary Aether in order to visualize space. Primary Aether on its own is “counter-spatial” in that it cannot be used to visualize “space” on its own, AND, it must come first before OM-Particles can form because OM-Particles are vortex structures made OF Primary Aether. In the beginning was Primary Aether, and god said, let there be Secondary Aether. Although Primary Aether fills the space between OM-Particles, space would not exist without OM-Particles. Primary Aether, on its own, is counter-spatial in that it cannot be used to define space in of itself. Counter-space is not a “space” nor is it a “place”. It is a concept. It is a “domain”.
Tertiary Aether can be thought of as the third modality of the Aether. It can only form after Primary Aether is filled with OM-Particles. This is when unpaired vortices (which we perceive as matter) begin to appear in the Primary Aether. Much of the matter we see in the universe, formed in the initial phase transition which we perceive as the Big Bang. It is my opinion that the Big Bang is better thought of as a Big Phase Transition. In small pockets of the Universe, phase transitions continue to happen causing new unpaired vortex structures (matter) to emerge from Primary Aether. This is the source of the gamma ray bursts that we observe from every direction in the sky. In other words, the Universe continues to “bang”. The Universe is continuously transitioning and transforming. This is why the Universe is far from equilibrium. Tertiary Aether sets Primary and Secondary Aether out of balance.
So, back to the question, what is being consumed by matter?, the Vortex-antivortex pairs (OM-Particles) of Secondary Aether are being consumed by matter. Why? To conserve angular momentum. Vortex-antivortex pairs store angular momentum. Conservation of angular momentum is the only conservation law required by this cosmology. All other conservation laws stem from conservation of angular momentum since all observable phenomenon in the universe is a result of vortex flow a.k.a. turbulence.
In order for Tertiary Aether (matter) to persist, it must consume Secondary Medium. In order for Secondary Aether to persist, it must reciprocate Primary Aether. Primary Aether must flow in order for the Secondary vortex pairs to persist. Secondary Aether must flow in order for Tertiary Aether to exist.
When Matter comes into the field, Secondary must feed it. When matter is not in the field, Secondary must share with Secondary, which is why Secondary comes in pairs. In order to persist, Secondary must continuously flow Primary Aether. The best way to do this is to share with another vortex. Vortex pairs share Primary by sending it back and forth. This flow both brings them together and keeps the apart. In order to share, they must be very close to each other but in order to share, they must also be some distance apart. There will be an optimal distance that will allow for the most efficient sharing of Primary Aether. Electron-positron pairs, which in mainstream physics are referred to as “virtual particles”, are real and ponderable entities which I affectionately refer to as OM-Particles. They are the YinYang of the Aether.
This is what space is “made of”. This is what space is filled with. This is what matter “consumes”. If these didn’t exist, then space could not exist. If these didn’t exist, then matter could not persist. This is the medium for the propagation of light. This is what is accelerating toward a gravitational bodies to give us the sensation of gravity. The bigger the gravitational body, the more “food” it needs to persist. Bigger gravitational bodies consume OM-Particles faster and so more must be accelerating toward the body. The decay process of heavy atoms is a result of the nucleus being Aether starved. They cannot consume enough “OM-Particles” to conserve angular momentum and so it breaks apart into smaller, more “feed-able” parts.
Question: What happens when Secondary Aether is consumed?
When Secondary Aether is consumed by the atom, Primary Aether is released. Think of it as a recycling process. Primary Aether must continuously be recycled. Remember, the aim of the game is conservation of angular momentum. For this reason, the recycling process must take the path of a spiral. By analogy, when water flows down the drain, it never goes straight down the drain but instead, it spirals in. Why? When water is going down the drain, it must create a path for the air to get out. If air can’t get out, then water can’t get in. Water displaces air and air replaces water. The spiral path is the most efficient path for water to flow into the drain so that the air can get out. As water is flowing down the drain, air is flowing up. In a similar manner, as Secondary Aether is flowing into the nucleus of the atom, Primary Aether is flowing out. Also; and this is an important point; the medium coming out of the drain must have less inertia than the medium going into the drain. From this, we can deduce that Primary Aether is “less inertial” than Secondary Aether. Ken Wheeler calls this “loss of inertia”. As Secondary Aether flows in, Primary Aether flows out. This is reciprocation. This is “loss of inertia”.
The above geometry depicts the hypotrochoid pattern as seen in the ferrocell image of a magnet. The image on the right is an actual ferrocell image and the image on the left is a computer simulation of this field geometry. Here, the Primary Aether is depicted in pink and the Secondary Aether is depicted in yellow. As yellow goes in, pink comes out. As Secondary goes in, Primary comes out.
Question: “In a vortex-antivortex pair, what specifically is the antivortex part? Is it just a still region next to the vortex?”
The idea is that one motion (in the direction of the arrow) creates two vortices that are rotating in opposite directions. The two vortex structures are “coupled” in that one does not appear without the other. Now, apply this to higher dimensions.
Question: “You say that in the absence of tertiary, primary and secondary are in equilibrium which I would assume means that neither in that state is being consumed. But introduction of tertiary causes it to consume secondary. Could you please expand on what the structure of tertiary is and how it consumes secondary, that is, what’s the mechanism?”
The idea of Aether consumption comes from Robert Distinti and I am merely entertaining the idea. I can only guess what he thinks. This is just a guess.
In a previous section On Aether I talked about the three modalities of the Aether, the Primary, the Secondary and the Tertiary. Primary Aether is primordial and therefore, comes first. Everything else emerges from Primary or Primordial Aether. Secondary Aether emerges from Primary via some phase transition, leading to the spontaneous formation of vortex-antivortex pairs (electron-positron pairs). These vortex pairs self-organize into a crystal-like pattern in the absence of matter (Tertiary Aether). Tertiary Aether (a.k.a. matter) comes next in the creation of unpaired vortices (ions / atoms). Unpaired vortices appear at the interface between Primary and Secondary Aether or between counter-space and space respectively.
Primary and Secondary Aether are incommensurate principles. Primary is not Secondary and vice versa. In the beginning was Primary, and god said, “let there be secondary”. Primary Aether is the substrate of the other two. It comes first. Secondary Aether consists of vortex-antivortex pairs (which I call OM-Particles) that spontaneously form in Primary Aether at some transition condition. Tertiary Aether consists of unpaired vortices (otherwise known as matter). The short story is, there are two Aether transitions. The first transition creates Secondary Aether (vortex-pairs, neutrinos?). The second transition creates Tertiary Aether (ions, atoms). There is only one Aether. Everything else are a result of phase transitions within the Original Medium or Primary Aether.