Joseph M. Brown
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I thank McRae Hopper for typing and illustrating the
dozens of drafts of this booklet.
Joseph M. Brown
Starkville, MS USA
June 20, 2017
The Postulated Ether 1
Neutrinos 5
Matter and the Fine Structure of the
Electrostatic Field 14
The Hydrogen Atom 17
Electrostatics, Gravitation, and the
Fine Structure Constant 18
Origin of Cosmic Rays 21
The Non-Expanding Universe 22
Accelerating an Electron 23
Accelerating Matter and the Demise of
Einstein’s Relativity 26
The Schrödinger Equation 27
Kinematics of the Motion of a
Translating Particle 29
Correcting the Schrödinger Equation 34
Model of a Moving Matter Particle 39
Derivation of the Corrected
Schrödinger Equation 41
How We Get Our Energy 46
Analysis of Results 47
Appendix - Proof that the Energy of a Free
Translating Matter Particle is mv
at High Velocity 48
References 50
Joseph M. Brown
The brutino is the smallest thing in the universe. See
Figure 1. Everything is made of brutinosand nothing else.
The brutinos make up a rare gas which pervades the
universe, and which extends indefinitely in all directions. This gas
is called the ether. Figure 2 shows the gas. Every cubic meter of
the universe has 10
brutinos in it. These particles move at a
speed of 4x10
m/s (roughly ten times the speed of light), and they
have a mass of 10
kg. The particles move and collide. All forces
in the universe are the result of repeated collisions of the brutinos.
The ether possesses a vast amount of energy. The energy in each
cubic meter of space is
This is enough energy to supply the energy used on Earth for
millennia. Nature, however, only lets us use a small amount of the
energy. Getting useful energy out of the ether is akin to getting
usable energy out of the atmosphere. The ether is different, which
This paper is based upon the analyses in The Mechanical
Theory of Everything by the author. See the reference [1]. This
booklet prepared June 20, 2017.
Retired professor of mechanical engineering at Mississippi State
University and President of Basic Research Press.
we will explain later, and we will show how all of our usable energy
is derived from the ether.
The ether density is 50 trillion times that of lead. One
would immediately wonder how we move in a sea of such a large
density. When you learn what matter is it will become clear how
things move without impediment in the dense ether.
The properties of the ether are:
brutinos per cubic meter of space
kilograms per cubic meter of space
meters travel distance between impacts
, the average number of
meters between brutinos.
The brutinos translate with a distribution of speeds, some
very fast and some very slow. Figure 3 shows the distribution. The
most probable speed, v
, corresponds to the highest ordinate
shown in the figure. The average of the speeds, v
, is also shown,
and is slightly larger than the most probable speed. The speed v
is the square root of the sum of the squares of the speeds of all
particles divided by the number of particles. This speed
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is the RMS speed and is
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The RMS speed is always greater than the mean speed, unless the
speeds are the same.
Complete condensations of these brutinos occur randomly,
but continually, and produce neutrinos. The neutrino takes in
mass at the rate
of 10
kg/s. The neutrino is defined by its sonic
sphere, which is an almost spherical surface at which brutinos flow
into the neutrino at their speed of sound. The radius of this sphere
is approximately 10
m. The neutrinos form with masses which
vary by several orders of magnitude, with right- and left-handed
twist. They expel the incoming mass out of two fine streams, one
directed forward at velocity v
and one directed aft at velocity v
The neutrino develops a thrust of 1.43 meganewtons. It produces
power of 1.43×10
= 4.29×10
watts. Figure 4 shows the