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The Semi Relativistic Higgs Field Aether with Mass Related Lightspeed Adaptation.

Authors: Leo Vuyk

Quantum FFF Theory states, that Black holes don't emit gravitons (as Fermions do) but suffer under the "Casimir push" of the oscillating Higgs (pushing gravity) Aether field lattice. That the Black hole is a real multiple string alike Higgs Knot inside this energetic oscillating Higgs vacuum lattice, which is origin of a Semi-Relativistic Aether!. This Semi-relativistic Higgs aether is supposed to be the origin of Lightning-channelling, Ball Lightning and Micro-Comet phenomena on earth and the origin of Comets, Sunspots, Herbig Haro Objects evolving into Stellar- or Galaxy Anchor Black Holes in space. Photons are propagating through the Higgs vacuum lattice as "ripples" able to collapse (by Higgs transformation) as real string shaped photons connected to a string propeller shaped electron on a screen or as interference with two or more photons into Quantum Knots of a Sprite or ball Lightning. http://vixra.org/author/leo_vuyk . I expect that the new generation of telescopes will show the evidence of dual Dark Matter Black Holes found as Herbig Haro hotspots and in pairs outside Galaxies as Galaxy Anchor Black Holes (GABHs).

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