# Breakthrough in the Bose-Einstein Condensate

## What the Bose-Einstein condensate is:

A Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC) is a state of matter in which particles of an atomic gas are cooled to a temperature close to absolute zero. At such temperatures, the particles can no longer move freely and begin to behave like a single, cohesive entity. The particles in a BEC form a low-density gas that is much more stable than the original gas and is subject to quantum effects. In a BEC, the particles form a single wave function that describes the entire system’s behavior. This wave function can calculate the BEC’s properties and predict the system’s behavior in the presence of external fields. BECs can be formed by cooling atoms with lasers and magnetic fields and can be used to study various phenomena, such as superconductivity, superfluidity, and Bose-Einstein condensation.

## The Wave Function Equation

The Standard Model equation for a Bose-Einstein condensate is a wave function:

Here, is the wave function of the condensate, is the Laplacian operator, is the potential, is the mass of the particle, is the reduced Planck’s constant, and is the coupling constant. This equation can calculate the BEC properties and predict the system’s behavior in the presence of external fields.

## The Aether Physics Model Bose-Einstein Equation

A Newtonian-type expression of the Bose-Einstein condensate equation is quickly developed. The term equals the potential multiplied by the radius (length), which in the Aether Physics Model is dimensionally equal to the Aether unit. Since the three terms in the brackets are added, they must all be in the same units. Therefore the first term also expresses an Aether unit:

Here is Planck’s constant, is the mass of the gas, and is the charge length or magnetic charge at the radius of the gas cloud.

In the Aether Physics Model, the temperature in units of is directly proportional to the permeability unit . So when the multiple of is determined, the temperature may be determined by the measured permeability and vice versa:

The Bose-Einstein condensate is evidence for Aether’s existence, just as Albert Einstein’s equations for space curvature.