Archive for January, 2022

Can aether compounds be identical with dark matter?

Wednesday, January 26th, 2022

Dear Horst,

Could the aether compounds (see UFT paper 447) be the dark matter that standard physics is fixated on?
Best wishes
Kerry Pendergast

Dear Kerry,

this depends on whether aether compounds have a measurable mass or not. To my understanding they have not. They are more like a special kind of radiation. It is more plausible that the effect of dark matter is a consequence of the angular momentum of galaxies. Indirectly, this also is an aether effect, because the rotation of spacetime is intermediated by rotation of the aether. In our calculations it was sufficient to assume a homogeneous aether so it is not a consequence of structured aether like in aether compounds.