III. Precisions on the structure.
1) Nucleus of frozen ether.
The convergent hypersonic wave of the electron increases in intensity and thus also the maximum instantaneous pressure. When the pressure is enough the particules of the ether gas are in direct contact and produce the reflection of the wave (now divergent).
2) Mechanism for the localisation of energy.
If the reflection of the convergent wave on the nucleus which produces the divergent one is well-understood, we must also justify how the divergent wave is reflected back to the nucleus. Frozen ether is also responsible.
3) Mechanism for the electromagnetic field.
If there is no problem to derive the four Maxwell's equations for the electromagnetic field in vacuum from the hypersonic wave structure, we have also to explain what is this field, in a as convincing way as for gravity.
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