by Jim Mash
Last Updated 26/09/2017
Fluid Energy Theory
An entirely new theory based upon energy being a real substance

Contents

  • Acknowledgments
  • Where to start?
  • Chapter 1 - The big bang blunder
    • The history of light
    • The nature of light
    • Space curvature
    • String theory, branes and multiple universes
    • Religious faith
    • The red shift and energy loss
  • Chapter 2 - A photon particle universe
    • Infinity and infinitesimal
    • Olbers’ Paradox
    • The Inverse Square Paradox
    • Testing the modified equation
    • An infinity of stars?
  • Chapter 4 - Neutrons
    • Particle creation
    • Creation time
      • Spin rate
      • Energy density
      • String diameter
  • Chapter 5 - Protons and electrons
    • The electric charge
    • Neutrinos
    • Current particle theories
    • FET particles
  • Chapter 6 - Photons
    • Photon creation
    • The red shift of starlight
    • The decline of continuum energy
    • Photon shape
    • Photon size
    • Photons as waves
    • Core spin rate
    • Photon energies
    • The first photons
  • Chapter 7 - Gravity
    • The current situation
    • The fluid energy theory of gravity
    • The Speed of Gravity

  • Chapter 9 - Element creation
    • Atom building according to the big bang
    • Light element creation
    • Heavy element creation
    • Atom building according to FET
    • Hydrogen molecules
      • Spins aligned
      • Spins opposed
    • Energy sharing
    • Fluid energy explanation for deuterium creation
    • Fluid energy explanation for tritium creation and instability
  • Chapter 10 - The life cycle of a star
    • The life cycle of a star according to current theories
    • The life cycle of a star according to FET

  • Chapter 11 - Solar systems
    • Problems with the current theories on the origin of our solar system
    • Our solar system according to FET
    • The reach of gravity
    • The Sun
    • Surface temperatures of the planets
    • More on the planets
      • Earth
      • Global warming
      • Earth’s early history
      • The Moon
      • Mercury
      • Venus
      • Mars
      • Jupiter
      • Saturn
      • Uranus
      • Neptune
      • Pluto: is it a planet?
    • Comets, Asteroids and other Planets

  • Chapter 12 - Galaxies, star clusters and dark matter
    • Open clusters
    • Globular clusters
    • Galaxies
    • Dark Matter
    • The FET explanation for galaxies, clusters and dark matter
    • The axis of evil
    • The beginning
  • Chapter 13 - Cosmic microwave radiation
    • Dark Energy
  • Chapter 14 - Star types
    • White dwarf stars
    • Neutron stars and pulsars
    • Black holes
    • Supernovae
    • Quasars
    • Cepheid variable stars
    • Rebel stars
    • Other planetary systems
    • Determining star ages
  • Chapter 15 - Variations in continuum energy density
    • The Pioneer probes
    • Radio signals
    • Gravity Shielding
    • Dinosaurs and Birds
  • Chapter 16 - The past, present and future
    • The fate of the universe
    • Perpetual motion
    • The fate of mankind
    • Time Reversal Paradox
  • Author Index
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