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Cherenkov Radiation Generation in Space

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

Cherenkov radiation is generated by a particle traveling through a molecular or atomic media at a speed faster than light can travel in that media.  The particle first transfers energy to that media, and then radiates that energy at as a spectrum of frequencies.  The light travels at a slower rate than the particle because the medium absorbs and retransmits the photons.  The particle travels at a rate corresponding to its kinetic energy with adjustment for its relativistic velocity.  

The question is whether any radiation could be generated by the particle passing through, or near a region of high .  If a strong interface could be created, (possibly by the creation of a high-field toroid or coil, or at the boundaries of large gravitational bodies) then both charged and neutral particles may generate photons.  Such radiation would be totally different in its mode of creation than Cherenkov radiation.  Instead of activating molecular bond and vibrational modes, increments of Kinetic energy field may be separated into the Dipole Sea from the relativistic particle.  These energy increments may then form into photons, and radiate off in an energetically conservative manner.

The mechanism of kinetic energy storage and transmission in isotropic   space is for the leading edge of the particle to store energy, and return that energy to the particle in the trailing edge.  In inhomogeneous  space, all the kinetic energy fields travel at the local speed of light, as does the center particle, but different portions of the particle-field complex would be subject to different fields.  The kinetic energy fields of the particle may disconnect from that mass if the E field generated by the collapsing B field in the trailing edge of the mass is traveling at a different rate than the E field building up to oppose the forward motion of the particle.  In fact, this may be a mechanism of photon generation, where a particle passes close to another particle at high velocity, and a portion of the kinetic energy field disconnects from the high speed mass.

If the space where the kinetic energy field surrounding a particle has a different   than the space close to it, then there is going to be a phase synchronization problem with the energy stored in the magnetic field returning to the mass to maintain its momentum.  If the phasing of energy return is not synchronized with the movement of the mass, the Kinetic Energy Field will be left in the space, dissociated from the particle that formed it.  Kinetic Field energy that becomes dissociated from a moving mass aggregates into quantum units and carry this energy away as photons, in the same direction as the mass from which it dissociated.

The above explanation will now be recapitulated for emphasis.  The particle’s kinetic energy is stored as a magnetic field in the space preceding a mass, and is converted back into velocity when the magnetic field collapses and pushes the particle forward by the E field generated by the collapse.  If a near (vacuum) light speed particle passes by a more  dense space, such as going by a nucleus, the kinetic energy field closer to the nucleus may not be able to maintain its connection to the mass and break off as a photon.  This phenomenon is reminiscent of the effect seen when a  ray passes close to a nucleus and engages in pair production.  

When the relativistic particle passes close to a nucleus, the E field generated by the collapsing B field in the trailing edge of the particle may be delayed by being in the high   space of the nucleus, and hence be separated from the high speed particle.  When the kinetic energy is left in space, without a Central DP to stabilize it into a mass, it aggregates into a photon of energetically allowed quantum packets of electrically and magnetically polarized space.  And, once formed, these correlations of order in the DP Sea (now dissociated from the motion of a charged mass) cannot remain at rest since they communicate their order at the local speed of light.  These newly formed photons will move in the direction associated with the motion of the mass from which their existence is dependent upon the kinetic energy which was lost.  They simply carry this lost energy in an alternate form, as areas of dipole charge separation and magnetic pole orientation.

If the mass above were to head straight into a central point collision with another heavy particle, that collision would encounter a region of increasingly high  space.  As a result of being in this higher  space first, the leading portion of the kinetic energy field would slow down before the trailing edge.  As a result, the kinetic energy field of the incoming particle would be compressed in absolute length.  The infinite distance the kinetic energy field extends from the incoming particle, and the inhomogeneity of the space (due to the presence of other particles in the universe) make an isolated trajectory and isolated collision impossible.  Thus, as mass travels through space, it is experiencing constant collisions due to the interaction of its charges and kinetic energy fields with other particles.  But being realistic, the dipole cancellation of the fields (positive and negative fields at short distances) in neutral mass makes the effective field small at very short distances away from the particle.