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John-Erik Persson

John-Erik Persson

MS in EE

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The three pillars of physics Modern physics is based on the following basic concepts: 1. Quantum mechanics, or QM. 2. Special theory of relativity, or SRT. 3. General theory of relativity, or GRT. QM Since light is not observable, we must draw conclusions about light from matter, in the form of electrons, exposed to light. We use electrons as discr...
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The speed of gravity has been a much-discussed concept. However, in this article it is demonstrated that gravity does not move at all. This conclusion is based on a theory of quantum gravity, that was presented by Fatio 300 years ago. It is found that Fatio's model was abolished on false grounds, due to the lack of aberration in gravity.
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A classical mechanism in atomic clocks explains the behavior of atomic clocks in the global positioning system (GPS), by the state of motion of the ether, inside the clocks. Therefore, the concept dilation of time is a not needed and is just an illusion caused by dilation of clocks, instead. False support for time dilation has been given by an assu...
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The relation between Newton's mathematical gravity model and Fatio's physical model is discussed. It is found that Fatio's model can help us to get rid of the Big Bang absurdity and also explain the Pioneer anomaly. Newton's mistake 300 years ago,
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The Sagnac effect of first order (in one-way light) is shown to explain the aberration observed in the very long base interferometry tests. This fact is also consistent with Sagnac’s results and with the observed stellar aberration. The Sagnac effect of second order (in two-way light) is shown to be real, but not observable, in the experiments that...
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The Big Bang model is described as an illusion, with roots far back in Newton's time. A too simple gravity model is found to be the basic reason to the Big Bang absurdity. Résumé Le modèle Big Bang est décrit comme une illusion, dont les racines remontent loin à l'époque de Newton. Un modèle de gravité trop simple s'avère être la raison fondamental...
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The sad history about the concept individual aging is described. The root to this mistake is found in the interpretation of the concept stellar aberration.
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The origin of the wave-particle dilemma is analyzed. It is found that this dilemma started much earlier than normally is assumed, by mistakes related to Michelson‐Morley's tests. By regarding these mistakes, we find that a physics without quanta in light, and without time dilation, is possible.
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Physics of today is in a chaotic situation. This sitation is explained in the book as caused by our confusions regarding the relation between mathematics and physics, and also by our bad understanding of the wave model for light. It is demonstrated that a correct application of the wave model means, that the particle model for light is not needed,...
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Fatio's ether model is described. A possible explanation to the Pioneer anomaly and the fly-by anomalies is discussed.
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Fatio's ether model is described. A possible explanation to the Pioneer anomaly and the fly-by anomalies is discussed.
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Spooky action at a distance without time consumption is against common sense. Never the less, lots of time and money are spent on this ghost-like phenomenon. It seems therefore to be important that we take a critical attitude to this phenomenon, and try to find out if this phenomenon has any relation to reality.
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Between 1882 and 1887 Michelson's predictions for light behavior in the experiments made by him together with Morley were discussed and changed. Michelson had to give up his first interpretation, since most scientists were in opposition to him. Today we have more information due to experiences from space technology and satellite navigation systems....
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About 300 years ago an ether model, that could explain gravity, was presented by Fatio. He assumed very fast and very small particles to propagate in all directions. These particles could penetrate large bodies like Earth. However, this penetration had the effect that the intensity in the flow was very slightly reduced by a body like Earth. Therefo...
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Modern physics contains too many paradoxes, indicating problems and misunderstandings on fundamental levels. This article is therefore searching for basic errors in the interpretations of observed phenomena long time ago. Mathematical descriptions are important tools for evaluation of physical theories. However, mathematics is often overestimated,...
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The wave models-beam and ray The vector sum, c+v, defines the motion of a beam, and can only be roughly estimated as the direction of maximal amplitude, and is therefore not very important. The motion of a ray as c(1+vL/c), excluding the ether wind inside the wave front, and thereby describing a wave front, can be detected by extreme precision in c...
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This article is analyzing the famous experiments, (MMX), that Michelson did together with Morley. These tests have produced confusing and paradoxical results, and have been debated for about 140 years. Questions regarding quantum jumping, quantization, gravity and entanglement are also discussed.
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This article describes how the absurdities in modern science were created by applying the wave model in a wrong way influenced by particle ideas. The transition from particles to waves went wrong, and this created the twin paradox and the wave-particle paradox.
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Binary logic, excluding the middle, has produced binary computers, but also contributed to binary thinking in the western world, for instance in politics. An important example is the long, long debate regarding the ether. The question: is there a reference frame for the propagation of light? This question seems never to generate a third option. A p...
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An illusion of undecidability of an ether wind was the basis for establishing the theory of special relativity (SRT). The reason to that mistake was a wrong interpretation of light behavior in both arms in the Michelson and Morley's tests (MMX), and also in the interpretation of stellar aberration. A deviation from the wave model gave us the illusi...
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This article contains no mathematical concepts, since this article is primarily intended for non-scientists. The reason is that mainstream physicists are not likely to read dissident papers because they are deeply indoctrinated by the relativity dogma. Today theoretical physics is in a bad state as indicated by paradoxes and other absurdities. A cr...
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This article is about two very important errors in the interpretation of Michelson and Morley's tests.
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This is an answer to remarks from A M Chepick regarding my paper A New Memorandum
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I made some remarks to the article "A New Memorandum" by John-Erik Persson about M-M experiment
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This article explains the mistakes behind the absurd concept of time dilation
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In coherent systems, operating with plane wave fronts (not spheres), we cannot see a transverse ether wind v, (v<<c). Light moving from P2 to P1 has unchanged, apparent, (ray) motion, c, for 2 different values on the transverse ether wind v. Real (beam) motion is changed to the speed sqrt(c 2 +v 2). (See diagram in the ether's frame, where both par...
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Michelson-Morley's tests are found to be in error in both arms of the equipment. No time dilation. FitzGerald contraction of matter must be doubled. Behavior of GPS clocks can be explained by ONE model due to the ether wind instead of due to GRT PLUS SRT.
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This article describes physics without a lot of modern inventions like: quanta of light, wave-to-particle complementarity, dilation of time, bending of space and quantum jumping. Included is instead some traditional concepts like: a strict wave model for light, contraction of matter (not of space), Galilean transform, explanation to gravity, explan...
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Abstract This article describes physics without a lot of modern inventions like: quanta of light, wave-to-particle complementarity, dilation of time, bending of space and quantum jumping. Included is instead some traditional concepts like: a strict wave model for light, contraction of matter (not of space), Galilean transform, explanation to gravit...
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This article describes the hydrogen spectrum by means of interferencies between the primary frequencies in the different energy states. These interference frequencies are observable although primary frequencies are not observable due to destructive superposition.
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These tests represent the most well-known failures in physics. MMX has been regarded as an evidence for no existence of an ether. However, if the ether does not exist, it must be very difficult to find any evidence to this idea. There is also a very important problem with MMX; namely the fact that the results of these experiments are not at all rel...
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Anomalies in gravity are discussed, and methods for detection of such anomalies are suggested.
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Wave or particle? Our knowledge regarding the structure of light is not clear, and the transition from particle model to wave model appears not to be really finished. All particle-based ideas are not swept out, and this fact causes the wave or particle paradox. This fact is demonstrated in the idea that aligning an optical system means fixation of...
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The wave or particle confusion is not a kind of complementarity-as Niels Bohr said. However, the paradox can be solved by introducing a particle-based ether and a light model based on waves only. By strict following the wave model we can see that the introduction by Potier of an ether wind effect in the transverse arm in Michelson and Morley's test...
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We will see how denial of the ether concept, and confusions regarding the behavior of light, are the case of the many paradoxes in modern physics. Without the ether, the law of energy conservation is misleading. The wave or particle confusion has produced the twin paradox. However, by strict following the wave model for light and accepting the ethe...
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This article demonstrates a wrong outcome of the debate in 1882 to 1887 regarding the an assumed effect of the ether wind in the transverse arm in Michelson-Morley test equipment. This error gave a false support to the introduction of time dilation.
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The cyclic motion of a bound electron (A) produces a cyclic disturbance in the surrounding ether. This disturbance (a potential force) moves with the speed c. If, and only if, this potential force hits another electron (B), then at that moment a real force on B is produced. This force cannot earlier be realized since the force is proportional to th...
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This article describes the structure and behavior of light, without using the particle model.
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This short article demonstrates that the idea by Potier that there is an ether wind effect in the transverse arm in MMX is wrong.
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A world of paradoxes and questions Today theoretical physics is in a bad state. Physics is full of unanswered questions like:  Why the wave or particle paradox?  Why the twin paradox?  Why quantum jumping?  What are quanta of light?  Why the cosmological red shift?  Why anomalies in gravity during solar eclipses?  Why the Pioneer anomaly?
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If light is moving with velocity c in a specific frame, and we search the velocity in another frame, moving with the velocity u in relation to the first frame, we get c-u in the new frame. We can use simple vector addition and state that light always moves perpendicular to the wave front. In this way we can explain stellar aberration, by planetary...
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The Michelson-Morley tests, that were done in 1881 and 1887, are still questioned. So, we have reasons, even today, to discuss what does these experiments mean. The dispute between Michelson and Potier is discussed in this article.
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This short article is about the debate between 1882 and 1887 regarding Michelson's and Potier's opinions about light behavior, in the experiments that Michelson did together with Morley. The unhappy result of this debate had a devastating effect for the development of physics. The debate also caused Michelson a nervous breakdown.
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By the use of a distant mirror the wave vector c is controlled to be perpendicular to mirrors, since mirrors are relevant for c-but not for v. So, c depends on mirrors orientation, but not on translational motion of the source, according to the wave model. Therefore, we use the frame of the equipment. The distant mirror is used to provide the coher...
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This article is about the predictions for Michelson-Morley's tests. It is demonstrated that the so called zero result can be united without the use of time dilation.
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Dissidents have spent lots of time on Einstein but has not observed what happened when Einstein was only 3 years old. At that time Potier wrote a paper, stating that Michelson's prediction for his experiments, (MMX), with Morley, were interpreted in error by Michelson. Michelson had assumed light to take the fastest-not shortest-way between mirrors...
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The interpretations of phenomena behind the theory of relativity are discussed and analyzed. Theories, different from those founding the theory of relativity are presented. It is demonstrated that classical concepts can explain most observations. It is therefore concluded that the exotic and absurd theory of relativity is not necessary. Instead of...
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This article searches for the origin of the paradoxes in modern physics. It is demonstrated that physics got into trouble long time before the introduction of special relativity.
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This article gives a short demonstration of how we can use classical concepts to describe modern phenomena in physics. It is possible to do that without complex concepts, like Lorentz invariance, quantum jumping and photons. We can also explain gravity without the bending of nothing. Michelson-Morley's experiments (MMX) MMX has had an important imp...
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This article describes the apparent reduced speed of the space craft as a real increased 2-way light speed related to the gravity from the Sun.
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The twin paradox has its roots in the wrong change of prediction for MMX. A wrong effect in the transverse arm reduced the prediction by half, in relation to earlier prediction by Michelson. The missing part created a gap, that was used by Lorentz to fill in time dilation instead. This mistake created the paradox of individual aging.
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This article reveals an important error in the prediction for the Michelson-Morley tests. Since the mirrors in the interferometer define light motion, but not ether wind, we find that Michelson's earlier prediction, without an effect in the transverse arm, was changed in error by the majority of scientists. This follows from the fact that wave fron...
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This article demonstrates, how theoretical physics of today depends on more than 100 years old assumptions and interpretations of experiments, that are made in error. With the very advanced technology of today we have tools to correct these mistakes. It is demonstrated that the global positioning system (GPS), its atomic clocks, and advanced measur...
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The empirical background behind special relativity is analyzed and new interpretations are presented to the most important phenomena. Light is described by waves only. The ether is described by particles only, and the same ether transmits gravity as well as light. The ether provides an absolute reference for light without relativity in light. Relat...
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Special relativity (SRT) rests upon mainly two phenomena: stellar aberration and Michelson-Morley's experiment (MMX). Both phenomena appears to be interpreted mainly in the particle model for light. An alternative interpretation, based on the wave model including the property of transverse waves to conserve orientation in relation to changes in the...
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New interpretations are given to stellar aberration and Sagnac effect. By strict following the wave model for light it is demonstrated that the wave motion depends on the ether-wind in one dimension only. This means that we cannot describe wave motion by the vector sum of ether-wind and wave velocity. Stellar aberration is therefore silent about th...
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Many words have been written about the Michelson-Morley measurements, as they have been thought to open the way for Einstein's special relativity theory. However, a wrong interpretation of Bradley's aberration of starlight is the real opener for Einstein's theory. A new interpretation demonstrating unification with Stoke's entrained ether is given...
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By applying Stokes' rule the derivation of Sagnac effect can be changed from an integration over a surface to an integration along a line, which is correct in relation to where the light really is. This demonstrates that Sagnac effect is translational, and that an ether-wind has been detected by Sagnac and by the GPS system. Stellar aberration is d...
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New interpretations are presented to the three most common important phenomena related to the abolishment of the ether concept. These interpretations support an entrained ether.

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We study the biological and physical effecfs of the transition from three dimensional to four dimensional continuum
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I am working on a improved version of the article above