English scientist and physicist Michael Faraday (1791-1867) is known for his brilliant discoveries of electromagnetic induction, electromagnetic rotations, the magneto-optical effect, diamagnetism, field theory, and many more. Many famous historians regard him as the most influential and exemplary experimentalist in the history of science. The incredible scope of Faraday’s work spanned over a 60 year period. He is considered one of the top figures of the nineteenth century for his remarkable contributions to the field of electricity and gas behaviour under freezing conditions.
The Experimental Researches in Electricity and the Chemical History of the Candle were both written by Faraday. These works should be in every scientific library as invaluable reference books. Michael Faraday earned a doctorate in civil law and was elected as a foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. He was also recognized by the French Academy of Sciences for his work in gas behaviour.
James Clerk Maxwell (Maxwell’s laws) discovered that light, electricity, and magnetism all travel at the same speed of 186,000 miles per second. The speed of light is the fastest known speed, and nothing can exceed that speed as proven by the Large Hadron Collider where it was found that as an atom reached the speed of light it actually slowed down.. This conclusively proved that the speed of light cannot be squared as Einstein suggested in his infamous E = mc2 formula making it null and void. .
The AP theory is based on Michael Faraday’s experiments, which were the forerunners of the successful experiments on electric motors, transformers, ultraviolet light prisms (Plate 0597) and frozen gas. Faraday also discovered a static field and the unity of magnetism,electricity,and light. James Maxwell mathematically translated Faraday’s static field into waves of electric force. Faraday also proved that Noble gases such as, Oxygen, Hydrogen; Lithium, etc. can be frozen to a liquid and/or solid state.
The intergalactic medium temperature is at least -270 degrees Celsius. These temperatures prove that mixed gases can be frozen and thawed in space by a natural chain of events. Free-floating clouds of frozen oxygen and other noble gases are commonly observed and photographed in outer space.
Carl Sagan turned Voyager 1 toward Earth to photograph the planets. That photo helped prove the AP Theory when he oversaw the successful photographing of “a portrait of the planets” showing the planets orbiting above the celestial plane of the Sun. He called the Earth “a little blue dot”.