in Muon-Tauon Decay

[Russ Jones]:

I was just reading a discussion of the Thirring-Lenz experiment tending to confirm a physical aether medium at http://www.magna.com.au/~prfbrown/aether_3.html>href=http://www.magna.com.au/~prfbrown/aether_3.html (link currently broken).

I am reminded of the efforts of Col. Tom Bearden who I remember making it quite public that Maxwell's Equations were based on the primary assumption that the underlying medium (for electric and magnetic fields) could be described using the perfect fluid vortex theory developed by Helmholtz. He also pointed out the Heaviside mistake in converting Maxwell's equations, since the originals were in quaternions, which I believe you have done some work with quaternions yourself of late. I still have faith in this line of thought, and that Maxwell's original equations can be trusted (for now) and relied upon to continue developing the first principles of an aether.

"The consideration of the action of magnetism on polarized light leads, as we have seen, to the conclusion that in a medium under the action of magnetic force is something belonging to the same mathematical class as an angular velocity, whose axis is in the direction of the magnetic force, forms a part of the phenomenon."

"This angular velocity cannot be that of any portion of the medium of sensible dimensions rotating as a whole. We must therefore conceive the rotation to be that of very small portions of the medium, each rotating on its own axis. This is the hypothesis of molecular vortices."

"The motion of these vortices, though, as we have shown ..., does not sensibly affect the visible motions of large bodies, may be such as to affect that vibratory motion on which the propagation of light, according to the undulatory theory, depends. The displacements of the medium, during the propagation of light, will produce a disturbance of the vortices, and the vortices when so disturbed may react on the medium so as to affect the mode of propagation of the ray."...

"... We shall therefore assume that the variation of vortices caused by the displacement of the medium is subject to the same conditions which Helmholtz, in his great memoir on Vortex-motion, has shown to regulate the variation of the vortices of a perfect fluid."

J. Maxwell, A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, 1873, sections 822 and 823.

I know we have discussed Helmholtz here before, so I will skip that part.

Quoting again from the paper at the link above, explains a little about what you were saying:

"There have been attempts in the past to "expand" Maxwell's equations in the name of symmetry. One of these was the concept of magnetic monopoles. It was determined that magnetic monopoles could be inserted into Maxwell's equations and the equations would remain self-consistent and usable. The hunt for magnetic monopoles in the 1970's ended without any confirmed monopoles. Another attempt was the expansion of Maxwell's equations to include positive and negative charges as "carriers" of the weak nuclear force. This is what is now known as the "electroweak" force. This expansion of Maxwell's equations is also self-consistent and usable. In this case particles of mass roughly in the range expected have been found. What is missing from these expansions is any physical concept that would give rise to these expansions. It must be stressed that Maxwell derived his equations. He did not just write them down and then note that they happened to work. The derivation was the direct result of the physical postulates (superfluid aether and vortices) he made in his derivation. Magnetic monopoles and "weak" nuclear theory do not arise from Maxwell's equations. There is therefore no physical basis for expecting these expanded equations to work."

"Maxwell's equations were explicitly developed as fluid dynamical models, and require an underlying physical medium. Special relativity was derived from Maxwell's equations. General relativity is based on perfect fluid equations. Thus, any theory based on one of these three theories implicitly retains all fluid dynamical properties. Any denial of an underlying physical medium by such a theorist is therefore hollow -- and merely shows ignorance on the part of the practitioner concerning the history and derivation of the equations that are being used. Maxwell's equations were explicitly developed as fluid dynamical models, and require an underlying physical medium. Special relativity was derived from Maxwell's equations. General relativity is based on perfect fluid equations."

"Thus, any theory based on one of these three theories implicitly retains all fluid dynamical properties. Any denial of an underlying physical medium by such a theorist is therefore hollow -- and merely shows ignorance on the part of the practitioner concerning the history and derivation of the equations that are being used."

So as for the paradigm shift you mentioned Ark, I can see why there is just cause for it to be so.

Perhaps the left-handed muon and tauon decay is a direct result of the effects of our aether-interface.

[Arkadiusz Jadczyk]:

In fact, I can add the following: the phenomenon belongs to the class of "spontaneous symmetry breaking". Physicists use the term "spontaneous" when they really do not know why something happens. For instance they use the term "spontaneous compactification" to describe the idea that hidden dimensions become little-little and closed, but they have no idea what dynamics, if any, makes these rather than other dimensions to "curve" and close. Similarly with "spontaneous symmetry breaking" - physicists have no idea about the dynamics, about the why and the how. They only know how to classify the final results. The same way we talk about "spontaneous magnetization" - which should be read as: "frankly speaking we do not know what magnetization is and how it happens, but we can build several simple models that fake the phenomenon. We really do not know the true dynamics. Moreover, according to our accepted theories, if taken seriously, this phenomenon can be proved to be impossible. Therefore we call it spontaneous."

Your question about muon is related to this category.

So, I can predict answer from my friend: "symmetry breaking term in the Lagrangian" and "spontaneous symmetry breaking".