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The Electron Field Interaction
with the Dipole Sea

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

The electron, as it passes through the Dipole Sea, emits both a static and dynamic E & B Field.  The dynamic B Field in this case is produced by the velocity of the electron in relationship to the Dipole Sea.  As the electron passes through the DP Sea, it electrically and magnetically polarizes the DPs in a cylindrical volume along its path due to its static and dynamic E & B Fields.  Because the naked electron polarizes DPs, it attracts the positron portion of the surrounding DPs toward itself.  At some distance from Positive DP, the free electron combines/pairs with the positron, and the Negative DP now becomes the free electron.  The free electron thus continues its velocity toward the target.  The momentum associated with the free electron is stored in the surrounding B Field as a polarization of the local Dipole Sea.