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Polarization and Alignment
of the Dipole Sea as the
Mediator of Mass Equivalence

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

The electrostatic polarization and magnetostatic alignment of the particles in the Dipole Sea hold the mass-equivalent energy of the free electron and the free positron.  The free electron and positron both emit an electric and magnetic field each moment.  As long as those particles exist, their effect continues to be felt throughout the entire universe.  This polarization and alignment corresponds to the energy associated with the famous E = mc² equation.  

We see the clearest example of mass to energy conversion when an electron and positron collide in Pair Annihilation and produce two ã rays to conserve kinetic and mass energy.  Upon annihilation, the electron and positron become part of the Dipole Sea, pushing the previous electron and positron occupants of that space out of that location.  The abrupt displacement of the Lattice particles is part of the process of creating the two ã rays.  

The annihilation of the electron and positron by their electromagnetic bonding to each other causes them to reduce their polarization of the Dipole Lattice to a residual level.  The nature of an electric dipole is to contribute only a small net electric field at a distance relatively large compared to the inter-particle distance of the Dipole.  In other words, when a positive and negative charge are close together, they are both radiating an Electric Field Sphere, but of opposite polarity.  Thus, the net E field at any point around the Dipole, which is the sum of the field strength of these two opposing fields, will be ever smaller at greater distances compared to the inter-particle distance.  The relative difference in the magnitude of the two charges continues to drop toward zero with increasing distance from the Dipole.  The E field from a Dipole never reaches zero, it simply becomes a sufficiently small background signal as to be insignificant in comparison to the electrical and magnetic forces associated with a free particle.

The electrical forces thus essentially disappear after Pair Annihilation, but when the electron and positron annihilate and align, even if they superimpose, they retain their magnetic effect.  There is no fundamental change in the magnetic contribution to the Lattice from an electron and positron before or after annihilation.  Thus, the magnetic force associated with the insertion of the particles into the Lattice will cause movement of the particles in the Lattice.

So, what is the fundamental change in the way that a free charge influences the Lattice before and after annihilation?  Before annihilation the electron or positron will polarize the Lattice electrically and magnetically, and it can move about freely between the charged particles of the Lattice.  But, after annihilation the electron and positron reduce their polarization of the lattice to a negligible fraction, and their mobility is almost completely eliminated.  They can still move a small distance under the influence of external E Fields and B fields, but they cannot use that force to attain a net sustainable velocity and travel though the Dipole Sea.  The annihilated charged particle is limited to the small cyclic excursions around a center point.   

The abrupt incorporation of the electron and positron into the Lattice produces a shock wave of polarization and alignment.  Before the annihilation, there was a certain amount of polarization and alignment produced by the electron and positron associated with their velocity and their mass (static polarization of the Lattice).  But, after annihilation, there is no more polarization generated by their presence, since they have their net E field has been neutralized after forming the bond with each other.    

Thus, when the electron and positron annihilate, they produce two ã rays which proceed at an angle that conserves the momentum and mass energy of the two-particle system prior to the collision.  The energy of the ã ray photon produced by the electron equals the mass energy of the electron plus its kinetic energy; the energy is likewise conserved in the ã ray proceeding from the positron annihilation.  The polarized space that was once continually created by the charged particle will no longer be generated by that particle.  But, the polarization already created and in existence at the time of the annihilation will continue to exist, and propagate outward just as it had before the annihilation event.  

If the two travel toward each other, and combine, at some point the amount of generated E field propagated outward as a net field from the electron and positron drops below a critical level to  produce enough force to escape the capturing and decelerating force of the charge and magnetic attraction between the two.  The Polarization of the Dipole Sea loses its ability to accelerate the electron or positron, thus the polarized space created by the charged particle continues to propagate itself, but without the free charged particle at its center.  And, without the “mass” of the particle to accelerate, the speed of propagation of this volume of polarized space will assume its inherent rate of propagation, the speed of light.