Secrets of the Aether

Introduction to Biological Mechanics

BioAetherdynamics is an Aether-based biological mechanics that quantifies the mind. Aether is a fabric of quantum rotating magnetic fields that provide the canvas upon which the material world is drawn. In short, the entire physical Universe obtains its structure from the same structure that contains our thoughts, feelings, and sense of awareness. 

BioAetherdynamics provides a substrate and foundation with a quantum theory covering every aspect of living things' thoughts, feelings, and physical structures. Ultimately, the entire Universe views as a single living organism. BioAetherdynamics envelops the extremes of quantum existence, totality, and everything in between.

There is no separation of mind from life or mind from body. Everything is a living system, and everything is also part of other living systems. The material aspect of life includes its genesis, cessation, and material recycling to produce new life forms. 

The science behind BioAetherdynamics is the Aether Physics Model (APM), which is based on the same data as the Standard Model of mainstream science.  The data do not change in the Aether Physics Model, but the interpretation of the data and the tools for analyzing it do change.

Conductance 

Just as potential and current are electrical systems' basic units, conductance is biological systems' basic unit. 

Before elaborating, the reader should know that the Aether Physics Model is based on a system of units called the Quantum Measurements Units (QMU). Quantum measurements units use the quantum values for the base dimensions; the basic unit of mass is the mass of the electron, length is the Compton wavelength, time is actually expressed as frequency, and the quantum frequency is equal to \(\frac{c}{\lambda _{C}}\). The charge is always a distributed dimension, and the charge base unit is \({e_{emax}}^{2}=1.400\times 10^{-37}coul^{2}\). The key consideration here is that charge is a distributed dimension, so several units in the MKS and SI systems of units are incorrect.

In biological mechanics, the unit of conductance is actually reciprocal to the unit of magnetic flux, and conductance is not reciprocal to the unit of resistance, as is proclaimed by the MKS and SI systems of units. There are five charge-based units in the MKS and SI systems of units that have the correct notation of distributed charge; they are conductance, permeability, permittivity, inductance, and capacitance. Every other unit in the MKS system of units should have their charge dimensions squared, such that the unit of current should be \(coul^{2}\cdot F_{q}\) and not \(\frac{coul}{sec}\). In the case of the unit of resistance, the charge dimensions should include \(coul^{4}\) instead of \(coul^{2}\). 

Conductance as a unit pertains to the boundary between physical matter and space. On the one hand, conductance is a measurement of the ability to conduct electricity on the "matter side" of the unit, and conductance is the measurement of feelings on the "space side." By "feelings," it is meant exactly what it implies. All living systems have consciousness at some level, and feelings are the experience of the physical matter as the mind perceives it.

The feelings can be experienced as touch, sight, sound, smell, and taste. The feelings can also be experienced according to hormones, where testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone give the feeling of sexual desire; insulin gives the feeling of work or energy; adrenaline gives the feeling of excitement and survival; and so on. We have been taught that the human body has five senses, but we can also sense feelings within the body through hormones and other means. 

All physical matter possesses the property of conductance, which is measurable. Even space possesses the property of conductance, as there is a conductance constant for Aether (free space). When you enter a local space, you can feel a feeling associated with that space and bring your own feelings to affect that space. The feeling quality of the space is affected by other physical objects in the space that we can easily see. Still, space is also affected by objects we cannot see, such as dust, humidity, and microorganisms.

Suffice it to say that conductance is the unit that attaches the mind to physical existence. It is through conductance that the mind experiences the material world, and conversely, it is through conductance that the physical world interacts with the mind.

Biological Mechanics Equations

Every cell of a biological body possesses conductance, including (in humans) the muscles, blood, and bones. A biological system operates on electrical currents. Electrical currents are essential for cell division, replication, and other bodily functions. These electric currents are generated through exercise, and the equation that quantifies this process is:

\begin{equation}Cd \cdot enrg = curr\end{equation}

Conductance times energy equals current. Exercise is to burn off energy, and to burn off energy while using physical matter produces an electrical current. 

So how do we build up the quality of our conductance such that our exercise results in efficient current production? For this, our body goes through daily cycles of building up cellular capacitance and discharging that capacitance. These cells exist throughout the body and are constructed from fats and oils (lipids). The equation that quantifies this process is:

\begin{equation}capc \cdot freq=Cd\end{equation}

Capacitance times frequency is equal to conductance. As capacitance increases and decreases throughout the day and night, diet and cellular activity replenish our conductance. Without this increasing and decreasing cellular capacitance cycle, we run low on conductance and slow the process of producing currents. No matter how much we exercise, we cannot power our metabolism if our conductance is depleted.

Another useful equation for biological mechanics involves light. In the Aether Physics Model, light is explained in the following equations. An excited electron is ejected from an atom, producing a photon. 

\begin{equation}h \cdot c=phtn\end{equation}

The electron's angular momentum (Planck's constant) is discharged into the Aether, where it picks up the velocity c and becomes a photon. Atoms that produce photons generally produce them in rapid succession at given frequencies. When photons are produced at a frequency, they produce light:

\begin{equation}phtn \cdot freq=ligt\end{equation}

And so light is the condition of photons flying all over the place at all ranges of frequencies. Biological mechanics utilize light to move ions through the body. The equation for quantifying this process is:

\begin{equation}ligt \cdot Cd= accl \cdot chrg\end{equation}

Light times the conductance of biological cells equals accelerating charge. In this case, the charge is an electrostatic charge, and thus it pertains to ionic behavior, and ionic behavior is what drives chemical reactions. This is the basis for the process of photosynthesis. We are familiar that plants need light to create food, but animals also utilize light to produce food. For example, light is needed against the skin to produce vitamin D. Living in a well-lit environment contributes to biological health (in most species). 

The above equations are just an introduction to biological physics. Many more important equations are waiting to be discovered within the QMU based on distributed charge. Because the units of capacitance and conductance are essential for understanding biological systems because the MKS and SI systems of units incorrectly assume charge is a single dimension and also because the five above-named units are expressed in terms of distributed charge dimension in the MKS and SI unit systems, it is for these reasons that mainstream physics has made such limited progress in biological physics.

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