by Jim Mash
Last Updated 29/06/2017
Fluid Energy Theory
An entirely new theory based upon energy being a real substance

The origin, operation and strength of forces

Current theories   FET

According to the big bang theory, at the moment of the big bang there was one superforce that then split into the strong and weak nuclear forces, the electromagnetic force and gravity.

Electricity is said to result from the opposite charges carried by protons and electrons.

Magnetism is still thought by some to originate from magnetic monopoles.

Quantum theory explains forces as operating through either the exchange of virtual particles that just happen to pop in and out of existence from the continuum or from as yet undiscovered real particles.

Relativity explains the gravitational force as not being a force at all but the distortion of space/time by the presence of matter.

Measurements show that the electromagnetic force is around 1039 times stronger than the gravitational force but the strengths of the strong and weak nuclear forces cannot be directly measured but only assumed values suggested.

Current theories do not tell us how the superforce arose or how it split into different forces.

No magnetic monopoles have ever been detected.

The creation of particles requires vast amounts of energy and this is said to be borrowed from the future and can be paid back as long as they disappear again almost immediately. All forces therefore appear to act as if by magic.

 

FET shows how the first force that came into existence was the centripetal force that led to the creation of neutron particles and their maturing into hydrogen atoms, the collapse of gas clouds to make stars and the formation of stars into galaxies and clusters.

It also shows how the gravitational force developed as particles were created.

And lastly it shows how the electromagnetic force finally came into existence as neutrons flipped into hydrogen atoms.

FET shows how all forces arise from the flow of fluid energy and are therefore forces of contact between bodies.

FET predicts that the strongest force is the centripetal force and depends upon the size and age of a whirlpool followed by the electromagnetic force which is shown to be 1039 times stronger than the gravitational force.

No other forces are required by FET to explain any known phenomenon or how nucleons are held together within the nuclei of atoms.

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