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Collisions and Momentum Transfer
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


Momentum transfers between particles in collisions because of the unequal forces experienced by each particle.  Such a statement is controversial only because we have become accustomed to a world where everything is relative, and no reference frame can be taken as absolute from which to make an objective judgment of the about the actual processes occurring on the level of creation.  

  1. In the Absolute Frame, at rest with respect to the Dipole Sea, there are alignment and polarization forces surrounding both particles which are on a collision trajectory.
  2. If one particle is at rest with respect to the Absolute Frame, and the other has a velocity, then there will be an additional component of Dipole Sea polarization and alignment associated with its velocity.  
  3. If the two particles collide with a direct blow, then the incoming particle will transfer all of its momentum to the rest particle.  This is because the forward force of the polarized and aligned space will equal the reverse force by the rest particle.  A total equilibrium of forward and reverse force will act throughout the time of acceleration of the rest particle, and the deceleration of the moving particle.  At the end of the process, the rest particle will have a trajectory and velocity identical to the original incoming moving particle.
  4. In summary, the rest particle will accelerate because the force behind it from the moving particle is greater than the force resisting is motion from the Dipole Sea.  Likewise, the moving particle will decelerate because the rest particle is applying a greater reverse force on it than is being supplied by the Dipole Sea behind the moving particle.
  5. The net effect is an acceleration of the rest particle because of the ∆Force that accelerates it from rest to a kinetic energy exactly equivalent to the original incoming mass.  Likewise, the moving particle decelerates because of a ∆Force opposing its direction of movement.


If the two colliding masses are unequal, then the smaller mass will be unable to supply a force equivalent to the force supplied by the inertia (polarization and alignment of the Dipole Sea) of the larger mass.  

  1. Thus, a small mass impacting a large mass will bounce/recoil, transferring some momentum to the larger mass, but the transfer will be incomplete.  
  2. Likewise, when a large mass strikes a smaller mass, the small mass will recoil at a greater velocity than the incoming large mass, but the large mass will retain a portion of its momentum and proceed at the appropriate speed and direction dependent upon the angle of incidence and relative mass.


Given the dogma and universal applicability of the concept of relativity, we must confront the question about the transfer of momentum between two particles which are both in motion with respect to the Dipole Sea.  

  1. Both particles have an E&B field polarizing and aligning their space.  
  2. And, since both particles are in motion with respect to the Dipole Sea, they both have a kinetic energy component associated with their Absolute Velocity.
  3. But, the ultimate result will be the same since both particles have a difference in kinetic energy polarization and alignment.  So, when they interact, the net result will be the overwhelming of the momentum of the slower particle.  
  4. We can choose the “at rest” reference frame to be centered on the particle with the more rapid velocity.  Thus, in reference to this frame, all other particles will have a velocity.  So, when the slower particle collides with the particle at the center of the reference frame, it will appear to have a high momentum in comparison.  
  5. This analysis shows only that it is possible to choose any reference frame for analysis and a consistent result will occur.  It reveals nothing about whether an Absolute Frame exists, nor does it reveal anything about the Absolute Velocity (Absolute Kinetic Energy) of either colliding mass.