neděle 7. září 2008

Aether and Maxwell's Equations

Well, the vacuum is probably a dense fluid. But which fluid? A fluid composed of its own scale invariant vortices as a boson condensate. This concept explains just a hydrodynamic properties of vacuum, its vorticity in particular, which can be described by tensor fields. Therefore it belongs into realm of relativity theory, the LQG and twistor theory in particular.

The connection between fluid vorticity and electromagnetism is known for years. Whole the Maxwell's theory was based on inertial fluid concept, which Maxwell has used for explanation of his displacement current concept. No wonder, Maxwell's equations are all isomorphous with Navier-Stokes equations. The most pronounced analogy we can met at the case of hydrodynamic analogy of Biot-Savart law:

Richard Cunningham Patterson Jr.: "If something looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it's probably a duck."

The magnetic field transforms the vacuum into field of many tiny vortices, through which the charged particle with spin is moving along curved path, being dragged by vortex field. The analogy of Faraday-Lentz force and Newton-Magnus-Robbins force by AWT follows from the picture bellow:
For explanation of quantum mechanics properties of vacuum we are forced to adhere on foam model of vacuum, which follows from AWT as well. Only one real-life system covers both aspects of vacuum by analogy: its a condensing supercritical fluid, which can be described both fluid, both foam at the same moment. And this is where the AWT has started after one hundred years, when it was left abandoned by Sir Oliver J. Lodge, who had proposed it in 1904.

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