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Aether Wave Theory as an emergent model of observable reality


What the aether model is actually about? The aether (prana in Sanskrit or Hindi, plenum of old Greeks, etc.) is nearly as old concept, as the human civilization and its concept of deity. But it remains equally misunderstood with most thinkers, who did attribute it various ad-hoced properties. Whereas in Aether Wave Theory the aether is the emergent model of random observable reality.

The AWT is based on Occam razor criterion, according to which the more general theory is, the less ad hoced postulates it actually requires. The postulates become soon or later obstacle of every theory, which will violate them. In Occam razor the theory which requires lower number of assumptions usually performs better. The basic idea of AWT therefore is, that Universe has no hardwired structure or geometry -  it's just random probability field of events arranged in hyperspace. But randomness doesn't imply homogeneity - on the contrary, this random field exhibits more and less complex fluctuations. After then it has meaning to ask, how this random Universe would look like from perspective of these most complex - but still random - fluctuations, so called the Boltzmann brains?

The randomness must be somehow visualized for being used for testable predictions and this is where the model of dense gas comes in handy. The concept of Boltzmann brain was coined with Austrian physicist Ludwig Boltzmann at the end of 19th century with using the ideal gas model of thermodynamics. The aether concept is traditionally perceived as a model of some sparse gas pervading the space. Whereas in AWT aether has infinite density instead and nearly infinite one from perspective of its Boltzmann brains.

The actual complexity of gas fluctuations arises, once we start to study dense, highly compressed gases, like the supercritical fluids. Under narrow range of conditions such a system condenses in a spectacular way. First of all forms foamy density fluctuations which gradually coalesce and their density increases, so that they create sorta fluid embedded inside the original fluid. When the pressure increases even more, then this fluid forms another generation of fluctuations and this process repeats itself. In this way more and more large and complex composite fluctuations emerge - and this is the main way, in which the otherwise quite vague emergence concept is modeled with dense aether model.

The Boltzmann brains are therefore hypothetical fluctuations of hypothetical dense gas so complex and extensive, that they exhibit consciousness and independent behavior. We can imagine the spontaneous formation of such a structures inside the interior of dense stars and black holes, for example. Ludwig Boltzmann believed, that we - human creatures - can be formed with such a brains. Later he got crazy from this idea and he committed suicide - which is not so entertaining story. Anyway, if we try to imagine, how such an consciousness - yet essentially random - density fluctuation would perceive its neighborhood, then we can realize few interesting connections with Universe, which we can really observe all around us.

With respect to overunity understanding the dense aether model is useful for explanation of duality of transverse and longitudinal waves in physics. Like I said above, from perspective of Boltzmann brains the vacuum looks like the system of nested foamy density fluctuations, which appear once the dense gas is about to condense. Once such a fluctuations emerge, then the homogeneous spreading of energy through such system fragments into both phases. Most of energy will spread ALONG surfaces of newly formed density fluctuations in form of so-called transverse waves of light. The rest of energy will still propagate in all directions through the bulk of aether as so-called longitudinal (scalar) waves.

This behavior is analogous to spreading of waves at the water surface, which can serve as an easy to imagine macroscopic model of vacuum fluctuation - two-dimensional gradient of vacuum density. At the water surface the transverse waves propagate way more slowly, than the sound and pressure waves through underwater. But just because these surface waves are such a slow, most of energy propagates in form of transverse waves. The propagation of sound waves is solely inconspicuous at the water surface and it evades the attention easily. This is also the reason, why the longitudinal waves of vacuum evaded the attention of physicists so long time.

The understanding of existence of longitudinal waves in vacuum complicates the fact, that they don't actually look like the usual harmonic waves for us. Being much faster than the waves of light, scalar waves propagate like indeterministic noise coming from all directions at the same moment without apparent source and target. This behavior can be understood with analogy of the water surface under situation, when the spreading of underwater sound waves becomes prominent, like during underwater explosions of strong warheads and nuclear bombs. After then we can observe the independent spreading of both surface, both subsurface waves at the same moment, but the underwater waves would look like fast spreading circle of noise and water spray. At small scale we can observe the formation of such noise inside the Tibetan bowl filled with water.

Therefore the perception of longitudinal waves in vacuum differs significantly from our common understanding of waves, because these waves propagate superluminaly through hidden dimensions of vacuum. But because the light waves are omnipresent in cosmic space (photons of stars), the longitudinal waves are present there too and they manifest itself as so-called microwave background radiation and zero energy of vacuum. The deterministic physics has tendency to ignore the things, which cannot be calculated easily - so that the scalar waves of vacuum are generally considered as a noisy background, which is the source of quantum uncertainty - but nothing more.


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