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the Foundational Principle
of Particle Physics

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

Again, the Theory postulates that every subatomic particle (e.g. the proton, neutron, meson, hadron, baryon, etc.) is a combination of electrons and positrons.  Therefore even the most complex particle, the theoretical Higgs Vector Boson, may be just the combination of a large number of electrons and positrons.  Thus, the Standard Model and its quarks, may not be fundamental particles themselves, but may instead be a unit that is involved in creating a more complex pattern of order.  The smallest identifiable units in any system may appear fundamental, but in fact those units may be complex assemblies of even more fundamental units.

Particles are the source of fields, which include: electrical, magnetic, and gravitational fields.  The fields are radiated intrinsically from the electron and positron, and are generated new, out of nothing but conscious command and the creative power of the word at each moment.  Every wave phenomenon is a complex of electromagnetic emanations from one or many electrons and positrons. Thus, the EM wave phenomenon such as photons, neutrinos, radio, microwave, x ray, gamma, etc. are additive phenomena, super-positions of many individual waves emitted over a series of moments.  These complex waves are then carried as a disturbance by the electron-positron Dipole Sea.  

Again, the Theory of Absolutes postulates that all subatomic particles are aggregations of electrons and positrons.  And, that these aggregate particles rotate to stay separate and thereby maintain their mass energy.  The mutual orbit of oppositely charged particles provides the centrifugal force to keep electron-positron pairs inside the subatomic particle from collapsing together in pair annihilation.  

Most subatomic particles are not stable for long periods, with the proton being the major exception.  It has a theoretical half life of 1034 years.  The neutron is likewise stable as long as it is bound to a proton, but when isolated it has a half life around 10 minutes.  The process of decay can be understood by realizing that each subatomic particle is a rotating system which can lose stability if the delicate distance relationship within the particle is thrown off by a displacement of one of the constituent particles.  

Subatomic decay has been explained by the Standard Model as being mediated by the Weak Force, and the W and Z intermediate vector bosons.  But, in the Theory of Absolutes, we postulate that subatomic particle decay is the result of random fluctuations in field intensity, and superimpositions of fields associated with the passage of various electromagnetic fields in the Dipole Sea.  

Thus, when a subatomic particle decays, one or more of its constituent electrons, positrons, or groups of electron-positrons moves away from its stable configuration of rotation and its balance between attraction and repulsion.  When that delicate balance is disturbed, the constituent electrons and positrons lose their rotational-distance configuration.  And, as a result of the dissociation, the rotational kinetic energy will be redistributed among the particulate fragments.  

But, the fragments may not carry the entire the entirety of the rotational energy of the original particle.  Thus, any remainder could be carried away by the generation of photons, which are packets of rotating electromagnetic energy.  High energy photons, ã rays, typically generate from the redistribution of positions within the nucleus of an atom, or the decay of a portion of the nucleus.

The energy drop of the orbital electron to a lower energy orbital, and the generation of a photon, is the most obvious example of rotational energy release.  The high energy orbital electron drops an orbital level, and a quantum of orbital angular momentum is transferred to the Dipole Sea and carried away as a photon (infrared, visible, UV, and x-ray).  But, this type of energy loss is not particle decay; it is simply the gaining and losing energy within an allowable particle configuration.

A familiar example of radioactive decay of atoms into lighter elements is alpha decay; the release of a Helium nucleus (2 protons and 2 neutrons) plus a gamma ray.  This ã ray emission reflects the loss of rotational energy which was previously associated with the nucleus.

One of the most foundational particle decay phenomenon is the decay of the neutron into the proton.  In this decay the neutron loses an electron and a neutrino and in so doing it becomes a proton.  The neutrino is most likely an electromagnetic wave, like a photon.  The neutrino is formed when the decaying neutron loses an electron.  The orbital energy associated with the electron transfers to the Dipole Sea and travels off at the speed of light (or very close to it).  The neutrino is unusual if it is a photon, since it has ½ unit of spin while all other photons have an integer unit of spin.  The ½ unit of spin is the spin held by electrons and other particles which obey the Pauli Exclusion Principle.  No other photon carries a ½ unit of spin.

The Standard Model proposes that forces between particles are mediated by “exchange particles”.  It states that the Strong Force is mediated by Pions; the electromagnetic force is mediated by photons; the force between quarks is mediated by gluons; the Weak Force is mediated by Intermediate Vector Bosons, the W & Z particles; and gravity is theoretically mediated by an as yet unidentified Graviton.  

But, the method by which a photon, pion, W & Z, and gluon create attraction and repulsion is not well defined.  But, the exchange force model is supported empirically in that evidence of the existence of these particles can be seen in the various decay processes.  For example, the pion forms in the process of proton decay, and it carries away some of the mass and kinetic energy from the decay.  But, the method by which the pion mediates attraction and repulsion is conceptually unclear.  In other words, the exchange force particles, while they appear to be involved in the process of decay, and particulate aggregation, there is no good explanation available as to how they actually cause particles to attract or repel.

In the Theory of Absolutes, we postulate that particles move by conscious intent in accordance with a preprogrammed ruleset in response to the fields emitted by other particles.  Particles generate fields at each moment as a fundamental aspect of their nature.  And they likewise respond to the polarity and direction of the fields by conscious will in compliance with their onboard ruleset.  

The Dipole Sea mediates the passage of the fields, and every particle is in receipt of numerous fields at each moment.  These fields each have their own direction and magnitude, and they together superimpose to create a resultant field.  It is by this principle of momentary superimposition that the equivalent of a rogue wave can form in the Dipole Sea which can act on a particle to produce to produce sufficient movement to throw it out of a stable particulate relationship and cause particle decay.  The half-life of a particle is related to the depth of its energy well, or activation energy needed to move it out of stable rotational configuration.  The higher the energy well, the longer the half-life, because statistically the larger rogue wave of electromagnetic superimposition will occur less frequently.  Still, the statistical frequency of such superimposition is sufficiently constant that on the macro-level we can predict the half-life of a large group of atoms.

In the Theory we postulate the existence of the conscious particle, but we cannot detect or prove consciousness directly.  Experiments can only reveal the results of interaction; they cannot reveal the presence or absence of consciousness directly.  We can only create a sufficiently broad theoretical model that is consistent with the hypothesis of the conscious particle.  Consciousness can only be inferred, never proven.

One of the goals of the Theory is to offer the scientific community a sufficiently convincing model of nature that researchers and theoreticians begin to consider the proposition that the phenomena of force, mass, charge, and energy are mediated by conscious particles and waves.  If a convincing model exists that consciousness underlies all particulate phenomena, it will inspire the creative and intelligent minds of the physics community to identify the mathematical and topographical patterns of electron & positron aggregation and field behavior.  

Currently, the dominant physics paradigm directs most of its intellectual effort toward developing equations which attempt to describe and predict ever more general classes of phenomena on the subatomic level.  Equations give the Physicist the sense of having understood the relationship between the forces of nature, and with understanding comes the power to manipulate those forces for our benefit.  Physics is the theoretical branch of engineering, and as the physicist develops equations, he gives the engineer the power to harness the forces of nature to produce useful work and the ability to manufacture useful items.

We are driven to deeply understand the structure and laws governing the universe, and on some level we know that that knowledge will help us illuminate the meaning of life.  And, even though the current physics paradigm is only descriptive, it helps to satisfy our appetite for understanding.  But sadly, materialistic descriptions and theories that ignore the creation’s connection to God cannot provide an adequate or satisfying understanding of the universe.  

We can easily see the obvious gap between our conceptual understanding of the universe and its obvious existence.  Clearly, conventional physical theory has not even come close to giving us a satisfying explanation as to the fundamental nature of matter or force.  Theory of Absolutes was developed for this reason, as a direct attempt to bridge the gap between Theology and Science.  By clearly identifying the actual elemental particulate entities created by God, and likewise accurately elaborating the specific methods and rules by which those particles interact, we have in essence understood the foundational structure of the physical world.  When we have identified and understood the source, the elemental nature of creation, and the rules that govern its operation, we can focus on living life in a manner consistent with that fundamental truth.  An accurate understanding of these fundamental elements of life is the foundation of creating a righteous society, a world that works for everyone.