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From: Vencislav
Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2002 7:20 PM
Subject: [forcefieldpropulsionphysics] Calculation of aether density

The density of the aether can be calculated easily,
if we know that unit of Farad = KG x M^-2, and that
permittivity of vacuum equals to 8,85 x 10^-12 FxM^-1,
so density of aether equals to 8,85 x 10^-12 KGxM^-3.
KG is kilogram, M is meter and F is Farad.

Aether is gaseous body with density of 8,85 x 10^-12 KGxM^-3.
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Why should this be the _density_ of the aether?  The units
are right, but I'd guess you could use dimensional analysis
and other constants, (G, hbar, c... ) to come up with
a number that has the units of density as well.  How do
you know this isn't the density of an electron?

Permitivity & capacitance are properties related to the
electron.  Unless you can show how an electron has the
kind of causative properties it has and relate these
properties to a "gas", aether theory won't take us
farther along our path.

Regards

Jack Martinelli

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