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The Fascinating So-Called Faster-than-Light Experiments

The fascinating so-called faster-than-light experiments are written about in sensational science articles such as “Physicists Have Broken The Speed of Light With Pulses Inside Hot Plasma.

Tesla Claimed Faster than Light Experiments in the 1930s

In the world of modern physics, we continue to see how the groundbreaking work of Nikola Tesla is being validated. Through his experimentation with powerful pulses of radiation, Tesla observed that he could surpass the speed-of-photon barrier. However, his findings were initially disregarded as unorthodox. Today, modern physicists have rediscovered Tesla’s work in their own way, and it is truly fascinating to see how his ideas were ahead of their time.

No High-Speed Limit, Says Tesla

THE LITERARY DIGEST Nov. 7, 1931 No High-Speed Limit, Says Tesla Dr. Nikola Tesla asserted in an interview with Hugo Gernsback that speeds greater than that of light, which are considered impossible by the Einstein theory of relativity, have been produced. Stating that the Einstein theory is erroneous in many respects, Dr. Tesla stated as early as 1900, in his patent 787,412, that the current of his radio-power transmitter passed over the surface of the earth with a speed of 292,830 miles a second. According to the Einstein theory, the highest possible speed is 186,300 miles a second. Tesla indicated knowledge of speeds several times greater than light, and had apparatus designed to project so-called electrons with a speed equal to twice that of light. Tesla disagreed with the part of the Einstein theory which states that the mass of an object increases with its speed. The mass of a body is unalterable, contended Dr. Tesla, According to the article, “otherwise energy could be produced from nothing, since the kinetic energy acquired in the fall of a body would be greater than that necessary to lift it at a small velocity.”

Faster than Light is Impossible in Calm Space

In space, photons can only move through each quantum at a consistent speed. It’s impossible to speed up or slow down the photons within each quantum, but the quanta can be manipulated by being stretched, compressed, or moved around.

Turbulent Space can Give the Appearance of Faster than Light

The “faster than light” finding further confirms the Lorentz fluid Aether theory, which explained the lower-than-anticipated Aether drift observed by Albert Michelson. Michelson believed space had a solid, inflexible structure akin to a frozen sea. However, the data indicated that space was fluid with a structure that Henri PoincarĂ© and Hendrik Lorentz’s equations quantified. Today, these equations are known as the Lorentz transformations. Because space is fluid, it can carry photons with it and with the appearance of “faster-than-light” speed, as the pulsed plasma experiments demonstrate.

Albert Einstein’s General Relativity equations shed light on the fluid nature of space, particularly concerning the circular deflection angle and the orbital perigee precession angle. The fluid space density gradient (Aether density gradient) is modeled and quantified by the Riemann curvature mathematics.

Physicists are Effectively Studying the Aether

Physicists are effectively studying the effects of Aether waves on the behavior of light in plasmas. Contrary to some science writers’ claims, light cannot be accelerated. Plasmas, which can be thought of as the boiling of space (Aether), affect the movement of subatomic particles and the structure of space itself. The pressure created by pulsed high-powered lasers can create the illusion of photons moving faster than the speed c compared to calm, local space.

It is easy to quantify the stretching, compressing, and movement of Aether using the Lorentz and Einstein equations, but it is even easier when the equations are written specifically using the Aether as a variable, as I do on this page.

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  • Have we correctly use all of 6 major/principal Forces in Universe?

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