Classical Physics


Homogeneity and Anisotropy of Universal Medium

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese

Matter is the only substance that can provide objective reality and positive existence in space. (Real) universal medium should be made of matter. It should be homogeneous and fill entire space, outside 3D matter-particles, without voids (empty space). At the same time, it should be flexible enough to have properties of perfect fluid. Anisotropic nature, which allows relative motions within, requires that universal medium should be structured by sub-particles and each of its constituent matter-particles has lot of (apparently) vacant space around it, to allow relative movements. This article attempts to describe, how these contradicting properties are simultaneously achieved in the universal medium, proposed in alternative concept, presented in the book, ‘MATTER (Re-examined)’.

Comments: 9 Pages. Published in General Science Journal

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Submission history

[v1] 31 Jul 2011
[v2] 2014-01-29 08:14:30

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