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By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

The electric field and magnetic field from every charged particle is a self-generated command, inherent to the conscious particle’s programming.  Every charged particle emits E and B field commands every moment, and they travel out from the particle at the local speed of light.  The E and B fields from the charged particle organize the Dipole Sea space around it as described above in the polarization and alignment of the Dipole Particles.  It is in this “organization of space” where the rest particle “energy of mass” is stored, as referred to in the famous E = mc² equation.  

When the charged particle bonds with its antimatter counterpart in pair annihilation the charged particles lose their polarizing and aligning effects on the surrounding DPs.  The charged particles constantly organize the space around them with their moment after moment generation of the E & B field vector spheres.  But, after pair annihilation, the electron and positron can no longer organize (polarize and align) the Dipole Sea in the strong way they did prior to annihilation.  Thus, all of the organization that was created at a potential field no longer emanates from the annihilated charged particles.  

But, the principle of conservation of energy dictates that we should expect that the underlying processes of the universe will continue to manifest the same total amount of energy before and after every energetic transaction.  There is no internal mandate by the particles to make sure that they follow a rule that dictates that the compute the energy before and after a transaction.  Rather, the underlying rules of relationship that the charged particles follow with regard to the different types of force involved in a transaction results in a constant level of force relationship.  In other words, the forces operating in the space around a charged particle before the pair annihilation were the E & B potential fields which were reflected in the alignment and polarization of the Dipole Sea.  After the annihilation, the E & B fields were no longer anchored to the charged particles because their influence was locked onto their antimatter particle counterpart.  And, the energy stored by the space around the charged particle was converted into two ã rays heading in opposing directions.  

Thus, a process transpired in a short interval: 1) two charged particles on a collision course, 2) ã rays traveling at the local speed of light at opposite directions from the collision point.

  1. Before the collision, the charged particles were polarizing and aligning the Dipole Sea as independent particles.
  2. During the collision the charged particles bond fully with each other and neutralize their external effect on the Dipole Sea.  

· As the electron and positron move toward the collision point, the net superimposed E field they emit diminishes toward zero.  

· As they get closer, the + and – fields, which point in opposite directions, cancel to a greater and greater extent.  

· At some point, the forces of attraction between the colliding electron and positron equalize with the repulsive forces of the E & B fields passing through the local space.

· The same cancellation of the B field occurs as the electron and positron move ever-closer to a common point of superposition.  

  1. After the electron and positron bond, the Dipole Sea no longer is being polarized and aligned as it was by the charge particles.  
  2. As a result of the annihilation and neutralization of the fields, the polarization and alignment of the Dipole Sea that existed prior to the collision ceases its generation.  As a result, the Dipoles, which were aligned and polarized by the charged particles, begin to discharge their alignment and polarity.  But, since their field affects the alignment and polarization of the DPs around them, the disturbance associated with the collapse of the E & B field generators results in a propagation of a disturbance associated with that collapse.  
  3. In other words, a “speed of light disturbance” propagates through the Dipole Sea after the collapse of field-generation by the particles.  This disturbance is of course the ã ray.  
  4. And since two particles collided, both of which had a kinetic energy (velocity of a mass), two ã rays form from that collision.  The ã rays represent the mass and kinetic energy of the incident particles.