Volume 20: Pages 46-55, 2007
On the Nature of the Ether‐Drift, Magnetic Strength, and Dark Matter
George P. Shpenkov 1
1Institute of Mathematics and Physics, UTA, Kaliskiego 7, Bydgoszcz 85‐796 Poland
A new in principle idea on the generality of the nature of the ether‐drift and magnetic strength is set forth in this paper. The idea is based on a hypothesis, expressed earlier by the present author, according to which a huge world of ponderable particles at the subelectronic level fills the space of the universe. Vorticial fluxes of the particles form the transversal (cylindrical) field‐space, which is perceived and detected as a magnetic field. Near Earth's surface, these (magnetic) fluxes are detected within optical and millimeter bands as ether‐drift. It is shown that the subelectronic particles, constituents of the interstellar and intergalactic magnetic fields, can be regarded as real candiates for the nonbaryonic dark matter in the universe.
Keywords: general physics, classical field theory, ether, magnetic field, units and standards, particle theory, astrophysics, dark matter
Received: June 3, 2005; Published Online: January 8, 2009