A Phys.org article explains the relativistic approach to understanding the phenomenon of how photons seemingly accelerate toward matter. The report is based on a paper, “Time-varying media, relativity, and the arrow of time,” published on 19 October 2023 in the journal Optica. As per relativity theory, the explanation is couched in the language of time dilation along a physical timeline despite no physical timeline ever being observed.
Neutrons Cause Space to Stretch
Per the Aether Physics Model, a neutron comprises an electron and proton held together, with their subatomic spaces folding over each other and compressing the fabric of space. The compression of physical matter causes the surrounding space to stretch towards it, resulting in a gradient of space density as described in Albert Einstein’s General Relativity theory.
A photon traverses a single quantum of space in each quantum moment (at the quantum frequency). A quantum of space is measured by the volume of the Compton wavelength. The surface area of this quantum must be conserved, akin to stretching a balloon, allowing the quantum to elongate if its width decreases. Consequently, photons nearing physical objects advance more quickly in the direction of motion compared to when they are farther away. This creates the illusion of acceleration, despite the constant speed of the photon (one space quantum at the quantum frequency).
A Timeline has no Physical Existence
The scientific study reveals that even though mainstream physicists can generate precise data and equations, they might still encounter confusion when imposing the concept of time dilation on physical observations. This is despite the absence of evidence supporting the existence of physical matter in a past or future timeframe. By imposing an erroneous ontology on physical observations, physicists are compelled to rely on non-physical mathematical models and explanations that defy common sense.
Photons Seemingly Accelerate Toward Matter Due to Stretched Space
In the picture shown, we observe the impact of the space density gradient on Euclidean space, known as the Reimann effect. The presence of neutron-based objects causes the stretching of space toward them, resulting in the visual illusion of light accelerating toward these objects. However, it’s important to note that photons continue to move at the constant speed of c in Euclidean space. This space density gradient phenomenon is present across all scales of existence, from galactic clusters to the level of neutrons.