Foundations of Physics 5 (3):407-431 (1975)

It is shown by means of general principles and specific examples that, contrary to a long-standing misconception, the modern mathematical physics of compressible fluid dynamics provides a generally consistent and efficient language for describing many seemingly fundamental physical phenomena. It is shown to be appropriate for describing electric and gravitational force fields, the quantized structure of charged elementary particles, the speed of light propagation, relativistic phenomena, the inertia of matter, the expansion of the universe, and the physical nature of time. New avenues and opportunities for fundamental theoretical research are thereby illuminated
Keywords n-dimensional hydrodynamic energy physics  hydrodynamic energy structures of space and charge  hydrodynamic energy physics of gravity  pollution free propulsion and power from the flow of time-energy  The hydrodynamic n-dimensional energy nature of space and time  towards a classical-quantum physics of n-dimsional energy  transformation of electromagnetic quantities to hydrodynamic energy quantities  hydrodynamic energy calculation of vacuum energy density 1.3x10sp31 (J/msp3)
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DOI 10.1007/BF00708887
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