Theory Laws

Energy Wave Theory Laws

There are five laws that describe the behavior of matter and forces in the universe.  They are summarized first and then explained in more detail with visuals below for each law.

  1. Energy waves travel throughout the aether at a defined wave speed and wavelength as wavelets to form a wavefront according to Huygen’s principle.
  2. Aether granules are the medium that can respond to a wave such that it can transfer its inertia and momentum to the next granule, in the direction of motion. It may have a memory to understand its state, which holds a defined amount of energy.
  3. Aether wave centers reflect longitudinal waves and may assemble in formation to create particles via constructive and destructive wave interference.
  4. Aether wave centers move to minimize amplitude on the wave, thereby preferring the node position of the standing wave.
  5. Wave energy is proportional to amplitude, wavelength, wave speed and density of a defined volume.

 

Law #1) Energy Travels as Waves

Energy travels as sinusoidal waves through a universal medium known as an aether. The majority of waves travel as spherical, longitudinal wavelets. Amplitude is reduced at the square of distance from the source and experiences constructive and destructive wave interference.

aether

 

Law #2) Granules Transfer Energy

There are only two components of the aether required for the entirety of energy wave theory. The first is the fabric of space, which is the aether medium. These are referred to as aether granules that transfer energy in the direction of motion.

granules 1

In the example below, two granules (marked as “1” and “2”) interact over time. Granule 1 contains energy, collides with Granule 2 and transfers this energy. Granule 2 continues in the same direction as Granule 1 before the collision.

granules 2

 

Law #3) Wave Centers Reflect Energy

The second of the two aether components in this theory is the aether wave center. A wave center does the opposite of a granule – it reflects energy.

wave centers 1

In the example below, a granule (marked as “1”) and a wave center (marked as “2) interact over time. Granule 1 contains energy, collides with Wave Center 2 and transfers this energy. Granule 1 is reflected and moves in the opposite direction it was traveling before the collision.

wave centers 2

 

Law #4) Wave Centers Move to Minimize Wave Amplitude

A wave center moves to reduce wave amplitude, preferring the node position on a standing wave or the point of minimal amplitude for a traveling wave. This will give rise to all motion and forces on objects, including the formation of particles. There are two wave types: longitudinal and transverse and the position of minimal amplitude is different for these wave forms.

In the diagram below, wave centers marked in black color are on the node and stable. Wave centers that are marked in red are off node and will move to minimize wave amplitude. The last row shows the direction of motion (force) of the wave center to the node position on the wave to minimize amplitude.

 

Wave Amplitude Move to Node

 

Law #5) Wave Energy in a Defined Volume

Wave energy is proportional to amplitude, wavelength, wave speed and density of a defined volume. This is illustrated below as a collection of aether granules that have momentum/energy.

Energy Diagram

Energy Wave

 

This law gives rise to the fundamental, energy wave equation. This is ultimately derived into two forms for longitudinal and transverse wave energy. In turn, these two wave form equations for energy will be derived to common energy and force equations used in physics today. However, it all starts with this one, fundamental equation.

Fundamental Energy equation

Energy Wave Equation