Luminiferous Aether theory vs Liquid Gravity theory

The Liquid universe concept is an old idea that may still hold the truth about how the universe works.

Todays teaching about light

Today the accepted theory about light is considered to be packets of energy called photons that travel from the sun through a vacuum independent of any medium to propagate through.(Read More)

Historic teaching about light

Over 300 years ago the main belief was considered to be light was a wave that propagated through Aether in the same way that sound waves propagated through air particles. ‘Luminiferous Aether’ a gas type substance (Aether) that propagated light waves through the universe. Nicolas Tesla a renowned inventor of that early 1900’s was a firm believer in the existence of the Luminiferous Aether which he credited for his work with radio and light waves. The primary belief was that Luminiferous Aether was an invisible and infinite material with no interaction with physical objects but allowed light waves to travel through space and objects.

Liquid Gravity same but different!

Liquid Gravity theory rejects the current belief about the Nature of Light primarily being a particle that doesn't require a propagation medium. The nature of light is profoundly different if it is considered a moving vibrating particle rather than a vibration moving through a liquid. It would be like suggesting ocean waves could form and propagate without water or sound waves could propagate without air molecules. Liquid Gravity also rejects in part the old belief about ‘Luminiferous Aether’ being a medium that acted independently from matter. Liquid Gravity builds its whole theory around this Aether being the key to understanding that nature of Gravity, which has a profound affect on matter and matter has a profound affect on Aether. 

6 different ways to discover the nature of Light

Science about the nature of light stems back to just a few simple experiments.  

Speed Of Light

The speed of light is variable.
The speed of time is fixed.
Einstein got it the maths right but the variables wrong.

Gravitational Lensing

Gravitational Lensing demonstrates the existance of Liquid Gravity with light is being refracted through layers of increasing pressurised liquid  .

Aether Wind 

Aether exists then measuring light speed along its path and comparing it to its light speed across its path will prove Aether is real, so why did it fail?

Light Wave -Particle

The Photo Electric effect is the mystery of a light wave turning into an electron particle which is the basis of Light Wave -Particle Duality or is it?

How do Black Holes trap light?

Supposedly Back holes trap light particles due to their huge gravity, but maybe there is another explanation that doesn't break the laws of physics!

Finding Light Aether 

Finding that Light Aether exists is a simple experiment that proves Light is a wave and not a particle.r.

Theory of Light propagation through Liquid Aether

 300 years ago the main scientific belief was that Luminiferous Aether distributed Light waves

Aether Wind Theory

It was theorised that luminiferous aether was either a constant wind from a direction or that it was stationary which in either case would effect the path of light depending on the angle to the aether wind. As the earth spun around it would encounter the aether wind in different angles and therefore theroetically you could measure the difference and prove its existence.

Failed Experiment to Find Aether

Michelson–Morley experiment was designed to find this aether wind but in spite of lots of attempts they all reported a negative result, which simply meant that they couldn't get any noticeable variation on any angle they tested (read all about on wikipedia ) so basically they couldn't find Luminiferous Aether and so it became the most famous failed experiment of history. This gave rise to Einstein's general relativity theory which the scientific community has fully embraced.  

Succesful Experiment to Find Aether

So What if Liquid gravity theory was on the table back then, it would have provided another way to consider Luminiferous Aether. Rather than being a stationary or directorial wind it could have been considered as a negatively pressurized aether that increased in vacuum intensity around objects (as you would expect of gravity) Liquid Gravity Aether wouldn't be affected in any horizontal direction as gravity pressure averages itself out across large areas, so rotation of the earth would not affect the aether in any direction. So the Michelson–Morley experiment would not have ruled out Liquid Gravity Theory unless thy tried something slightly different. Their experiment relied on splitting light on a horizontal plane but did they try a vertical plane as well? 

Liquid Gravity works with Experiment

Martin Grusenick built this version of the Michelson–Morley experiment and repeated the results on the horizontal plane but had an astonishing discovery with the vertical plane that confirms Liquid Gravity Theory.

Luckily Martin Grusenick thought about trying this experiment in the vertical plane and has found a significant amount of fringe shift (as you will see in the video) suggesting light is travelling through a form of vertical aether flow rather than horizontal flow that scientists Michelson and Morley were expecting. This experiment has given rise to Luminiferous Aether being re-discovered, however this has met with resistance from the wider scientific community because it discounts the new theory of relativity. Critics of the experiment suggest that the test equipment was loose and the weight of gravity tilted the mirrors to artificially generate the fringe shift effect. If you look at the video, the fringe shift doesn't match apex movement where you would expect gravity to pull on the opposite side. Rather the fringe shift moved to the opposite side when it was a third of the way down and a third of the way back up the other side. This would indicate that gravity wasn't affecting the equipment and would suggest the results are genuine and critics have to come up with a better explanation.  

How would Liquid Gravity (Aether) flow?

There are three factors that shape the flow of Aether according  to Liquid Gravity theory.
1. Aether is affected by both matter and force
2. Aether flow is driven by negative pressure
3. Aether flow is shaped by centrifugal forces

The vertical movement of the Aether is in line with the Liquid Gravity theory that suggests that atoms in matter generate negative pressure or a suction force. This suction force over a large object like a planet would represent a significant flow that would flow in a vertical direction or at right angles to the earth's surface. The Aether would further be distorted by both the spinning motion of the planet as well as the centrifugal force which would alter its shape and flow patterns. Liquid Gravity theory was not around at the time when Michelson and Morley were looking for Luminiferous Aether and so they were not looking for vertical flows, they only looked for horizontal flows and so missed out on a significant discovery.   

Liquid Gravity makes a simpler universe to understand

By understanding the mystery of gravitational lensing we can begin to unlock the secrets of Black holes and the way time and light behave through out the universe. It is less complicated and easier to grasp compared to the complex mysteries that Einstein and his notion of time and space bending that has created more new mysteries than it has solved....