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Dynamic Electromagnetic Fields
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

Last Edited 3/5/2009


Maxwell’s Equations:

The Matrix Grid Points actively interact with the DP-generated Force Particles to generate new Force Particles in response to the changing intensity of Force Particles resulting from moving DPs.  The reaction of the Matrix with the DP-generated Force Particles produces the dynamic relationship between E field and B field as seen in Maxwell’s equations.  A changing E fields creates a B field, and a changing B field creates an E field.  


The Force Particles generated in this manner have a force vector oriented at 90 degrees from the force vector of the changing E or B field.  The Force Particles generated in this manner carry only the E field if generated by changing B field, and B field if generated from a changing E field.  It is unknown if a gravitic field is carried or affected by the generation of a changing E or B field – this may be the key to producing antigravity effects.


When the Matrix Unit Volume experiences a change in the net vector of E and B fields, the Matrix Grid Points generate a new set of Force Particles that reflect the rate of change of E and B fields.


Interaction of Photon with Photon:

Giving Maxwell’s Laws experimental perspective, we note that photons pass through each other without generating new E and B fields from the space through which they pass.  But, they do interact slightly because of the change in the saturation of the Dipole Sea.  The Sea’s saturation changes because of the field energy carried by the photon and the effect of increasing the field concentration has on the mu and epsilon of the Dipole Sea.  Thus, photons will slow down measurably with a sufficient concentration of the Field in a volume.  Such an experimental result is seen with high intensity lasers crossing beams.


Photon Generation:

Photons are formed by the loss of energy as an electron drops to a lower energy orbital.  The photon generated contains a characteristic quantum loss of energy in the process of the “Shell Drop”.  A photon is generated as the energy of organization associated with the kinetic energy of the orbiting photon is no longer supported by the presence of the velocity of the electron mass.  The quantum of kinetic energy held by the Dipole Sea lost in the Shell Drop organizes into a photon, and thus conserves the direction and magnitude of the energy lost from the orbital kinetic energy at the moment of shell drop.


The point of mentioning photon generation in this context is that photons are generated by the movement of a charged mass.  But, once generated they continue to propagate through space.  The E and B fields composing the photon are generated because of the movement of charged mass.  


Current In a Wire:

A wire with a current flowing through it forms a constant magnetic field around it while a constant current flows in the wire.  The magnetic field around the wire forms in a direction predicted by the Left Handed Screw Rule – the thumb points in the direction of electron flow, and the fingers curl in the direction of the North pole of the magnetic field.  (Conventional current, positive charge, creates a magnetic field predicted by the Right Handed Screw Rule.  The choice of positive current flow or negative current flow in a wire gives the same predicted result for the magnetic field.)


A constant current of electrons moving in a wire produces a stable magnetic field around it.  This stable magnetic field is the natural result of the positioning of the positive and negative DPs, and the orientation of each DP’s magnetic poles in response to the continuous unchanging flow of electrons (mass with net negative charge).  


All of the effects seen in Maxwell’s equations may be explained as a natural effect associated with the movement of the Dipole Particle charges and poles in the space around the wire in response to the movement of a net charge.  Note that two competing theories are being examined: 1) The effect predicted by Maxwell’s equations being mediated by the natural geometry of the Dipole Particles alone.  2) The Maxwell’s equation effects mediated by an additional effect produced by the Matrix Grid points.


Geometric examination of the Magnetic Effects:

To understand this process requires first looking at the geometry of the Dipole Sea in its undisturbed state.  The alternating positive negative charges in the undisturbed DP Sea is the naturally relaxed electrical state of the Sea.  Each of the Dps have a magnetic pole also, that in the undisturbed DP Sea will ***produce a truly random magnetic orientation so that the net magnetic field in a sufficiently large volume will be zero.  In other words, there will be no net magnetic torque/rotational force on any DP.  


Applying an Electric Force to a space, such as by bringing a charged mass into an undisturbed space, causes the like-charged particles to move away, and causes the oppositely charged particles to move closer.  The magnetic fields associated with the Dipoles would in turn be


The movement of each electron at each moment due to the velocity of the current produces a change in the E field at the level of the Matrix Grid Points.  Thus, while the current appears constant, the constant flow of moving charges produces a reaction by the Matrix to the changing E field.  The changing  


Conversion of Mechanical Energy to Electrical Energy by Moving Magnetic Fields:

The classic example of converting rotating kinetic energy to electrical energy is the generator.  The generator is configured as a rotor inside a stator.  The Rotor has mass associated with its magnet (which can be either a permanent magnet or electromagnet) and the associated support structures.  The stator contains coils of wire and associated support structures.  The rotor is given rotating kinetic energy by the driving mechanical force from various sources such as: a steam engine, diesel engine, or hydro-powered turbine.  The Kinetic energy of the rotating magnetic field assembly is converted into electrical energy as the magnet pushes through the conductive electrical media of the wires surrounding the rotor of the generator.  


This process involves a change of B field with time, dB/dt, in the presence of an electrically conductive medium.  Obviously metallic media such as wires and plates would serve such a purpose.  The movement of the B field causes the conversion of energy from kinetic and rotating magnetic because of the kickback produced by the reactive E field produced by the atoms constituting the rotor.  This is the essence of Lenz’s Law, which states that a changing B field will produce an E field to maintain the current.  


A magnet rotating in free space without interacting with a net positive or negative space (e.g. an electron, positron, proton, etc.) will not transmit kinetic energy away from the rotating magnet and its mass.   The Dipole Sea itself is electrically conductive, but it produces a net zero E field in response to the changing magnetic field because the  as it contains positive and negative particles which can be influenced by the change of the magnetic flux generated by a moving Dipole Particle.