Aethro-kinematics by Steven Rado

By Steven Rado

Aethro-Kinematics is an alternate thought for resolving the perplexities of recent mathematical physics and cosmology. The reinstatement of logic and classical good judgment. the straightforward physics of the 3rd millennium. A dissident substitute to modern theoretical physics. logic physics for resolving glossy mathematical paradoxes.

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CHAPTER THREE FROM QUANTUM THEORY TO PROBABILITY WAVES In spite of the spectacular revolution of Einstein's theories of relativity, which equally effected physics, epistemology and philosophy, the real water-shed in the history of science proved to be Max Planck's seemingly more modest quantum theory of action, published in the year of 1901. This hypothesis turned out to be the starting point for a comprehensive theory which, far more than relativity, overthrew a centuries old world-picture. All physical theory that did not take quanta into account, but In the course of an attempt to resolve some discrepancies between the observed energy spectrum of thermal radiation and the predictions of the classical theory, Planck was led to the idea that a system executing simple harmonic oscillations can only have energies which are integral multiples of a certain finite amount of energy.

Therefore the measurements of the radii of the great circles will also be the same for both observers. But it is not so with the fourth measurement! The rod placed on the circumference of the great circle in the direction of motion now will appear contracted to the lower observer, compared to his resting one. 38 Aethro-kinematics CHAPTER TWO “If, therefore, we apply the results of the special relativity theory, the ratio of the two radii cannot be equal to the ratio of the two circumferences for the upper observer, as it is for the lower one.

Hence, it should be possible to deduce the characteristics of the cavity radiation from those of the oscillators with which it is in equilibrium. He asked the following question: What if all frequencies were not radiated with equal probability, as Raleigh assumed, but besides the plain probability, there was some other factor that decreases the chances of radiation in the higher frequencies? With such a factor there would be two opposite tendencies to govern Planck’s Constant the distribution of the energy of the black-body radiation.

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