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Subtrons are Moving at a Speed of 2.5 million Light Years per Second

Subtrons are Moving at a Speed of 2.5 million Light Years per Second

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Sansbury gives the electron a structure by proposing a number of charged particles (he calls subtrons) orbiting within the classical radius of an electron. A simple calculation gives the surprising result that these subtrons are moving at a speed of 2.5 million light years per second! That is, they could theoretically cover the distance from Earth to the far side of the Andromeda galaxy in one second. This gives some meaning to the term instantaneous action at a distance.
Sansbury gives the electron a structure by proposing a number of charged particles (he calls subtrons) orbiting within the classical radius of an electron. A simple calculation gives the surprising result that these subtrons are moving at a speed of 2.5 million light years per second! That is, they could theoretically cover the distance from Earth to the far side of the Andromeda galaxy in one second. This gives some meaning to the term instantaneous action at a distance.

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The basic Ralph Sansbury experiment amounts to a 1990s version of the Michelson/Moreleyexperiment using lasers and nanosecond gates, which Michelson and Moreley did not have.Wallace Thornhill, an Australian physicist, describes it:
I mentioned a few weeks ago that an epoch making experiment had been performed in the realm of fundamental physics which had great importance for Velikovskian style catastrophism (and just abouteverything else for that matter). The experiment, performed by Ralph Sansbury, is amazingly simple buthas amazing consequences.Sansbury is a quiet spoken physicist from Connecticut. He is associated with the Classical PhysicsInstitute, or CP Institute, of New York which publishes the Journal of Classical Physics. In the Notes toContributors we find the focus of the journal: "Marinov's experiment, Bell's theorem, and similar worksreveal increasing discontent with the dogmas of modern physics. Some physicists postulate that blackbody radiation, atomic spectra, nuclear reactions, electron diffraction, the speed of light and allother phenomena which Quantum Wave Mechanics and Relativity were designed to explain will requiredifferent explanations. It is the viewpoint of this journal that the new explanations probably will beconsistent with Aristotelian logic and Newtonian or Galilean mechanics." Volume 1, Part 1, in January1982 was devoted to an article titled "Electron Structure", by Ralph Sansbury. The title itself should raise physicist's eyebrows since electrons are considered to have no structure. They are treated as beingindivisible, along with quarks.The fallout from Sansbury's idea, if proven, is prodigious. To begin, for the first time we have a trulyunifying theory where both magnetism and gravity become a derived form of instantaneous electrostaticforce. The Lorentz contraction-dilation of space time and mass is unnecessary. Electromagneticradiation becomes the cumulative effect of instantaneous electrostatic forces at a distance and thewave/particle (photon) duality disappears. Discontinuous absorption/emission of energy in quanta byatoms becomes a continuous process. And there is more.Sansbury's was a thousand dollar experiment using 10 nanosecond long pulses of laser light, one pulseevery 400 nsec. At some distance from the laser was a photodiode detector. But in the light path,directly in front of the detector was a high speed electronic shutter (known as a Pockel cell) which could  be switched to allow the laser light through to the detector, or stop it. Now, light is considered to travel as a wavefront or photon at the speed of light. Viewed this way, itcovers a distance of about 1 foot per nanosecond. So the laser could be regarded as sending out 10ftlong bursts of light every 400ft, at the speed of light. The experiment simply kept the Pockel cell shutter closed during the 400ft of no light and opened to allow the 10ft burst through to the detector.What happened?The detector saw nothing!!!It is as if a gun were fired at a target and for the time of flight of the bullet a shield were placed over thetarget. At the last moment, the shield is pulled away - and the bullet has disappeared; the target isuntouched!What does it mean?
Only that Maxwell's theory of the propagation of electromagnetic waves is wrong! Only thatEinstein's Special theory of relativity (which was to reconcile Maxwell's theory with simplekinematics) is wrong! Only that, as a result, the interpretation of most of modern physics iswrong!
 
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As another classical physicist using a theoretical approach to the same problem succinctly put it:"... there emerges the outline of an alternative "relativistic" physics, quite distinct from that of Maxwell-Einstein, fully as well confirmed by the limited observations available to date, and differing from it notonly in innumerable testable ways but also in basic physical concepts and even in definitional or ethnical (sic) premises as to the nature of physics. Thus a death struggle is joined that must result in thedestruction of one world-system or the other: Either light is complicated and matter simple, as I think,or matter is complicated and light simple, as Einstein thought. I have shown here that some elegantmathematics can be put behind my view. It has long been known that inordinate amounts of elegantmathematics can be put behind Einstein's. Surely the time fast approaches to stop listening tomathematical amplifications of our own internal voices and to go into the laboratory and listen to whatnature has to say."Modifications of Maxwell's Equations, T E Phipps, The Classical Journal of Physics, Vol 2, 1, Jan1983, p. 21.Ralph Sansbury has now done precisely that!In simple terms,
Sansbury gives the electron a structure by proposing a number of chargedparticles (he calls subtrons) orbiting within the classical radius of an electron.A simple calculation gives the surprising result that these subtrons are moving at a speed of 2.5million light years per second!That is, they could theoretically cover the distance from Earth to the far side of the Andromedagalaxy in one second. This gives some meaning to the term 'instantaneous action at a distance'.(Note that this is a requirement for any new theory of gravity).
Also I have always considered it evidence of peculiar naivety or arrogance on the part of scientists, suchas Sagan, who search for extra-terrestrial intelligence (SETI) by using radio signals. What superior intelligence would use such a slow, and therefore useless, interstellar signaling system?) Such near infinite speed requires that there can be no mass increase with velocity.
The speed of light is not aspeed barrier.
All of the experiments which seem to support Einstein's notion are interpreted by Sansbury in a morecommon-sense fashion.
When an electron or other charged particle is accelerated in an electromagnetic field, it isdistorted from a sphere into an ellipsoid. The more electromagnetic energy applied to acceleratingthe particle, the more energy is absorbed by distortion of the particle until, ultimately, at thespeed of light, there is an expulsion of the subtrons. Under such conditions, the particle onlyAPPEARS to be gaining mass.
 Notably, in the past few months, scientists in Hamburg using the most powerful electron microscopehave found on about a dozen occasions out of 10 million trials, relativistic electrons recoiled moreviolently off protons than had ever been seen before. This may turn out to be direct experimental proof of Sansbury's model of the electron having structure.To return to the experiment involving a "chopped" light beam: One of the major requirements of thenew theory is instantaneous electrostatic forces between subtrons. This forms the basis of a radical newview of the basis of electromagnetic radiation which is now the subject of stunning experimentalconfirmation.

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