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The Dipole Sea & Energy
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

But, the conventional perspective views matter as the inanimate stuff of the material universe that acts as a mechanical medium that carries energy.  In addition, matter can to energy, and vice versa in some mysterious manner via the famous E = mc² equation.  But, the concepts of energy are actually as mysterious as the nature of matter.  Energy is a useful concept to track the amount of influence one process will have upon another in computing and predicting engineering outcomes.  But, conventional physics theory does not supply any real explanatory insight as to what is the fundamental basis of the phenomenon of Energy.  

The physical basis for the phenomenon of Kinetic Energy rests upon the induced polarization of the Dipoles around the charges internal to the moving mass.  The velocity under consideration here is an Absolute Velocity, the velocity with respect to the Dipole Sea and Matrix.  Likewise, the Relative kinetic energy in a system involves the velocity between two particles.  The underlying phenomenon is generated by the difference in the velocity between the two particles.  

The Absolute Kinetic Energy (or momentum) of a mass is generated by the fact that every particle inside a mass (i.e. atoms containing electrons, neutrons, and protons) is actually only a collection of electrons and positrons.  And, the Dipole Sea is polarized by both the charge, and the motion of every one of these particles.  The polarization of the DPs due to the motion is the action relevant to the storage of Kinetic Energy in the DP Sea.  The motion of a charge creates a Field perpendicular to the direction of the velocity, and this Field is a dynamically created B Field (magnetic field).  The B Field causes the DPs around the charges to orient tangentially to a cylinder surrounding the path of the particle.  When the particle is slowed by the repulsion of another particle of the same charge it is encountering, the magnetically oriented DPs begin to discharge their orientation, which in turn generates an E Field in the direction of the velocity.  This is the classic Inductive kickback, also known as Lens’s law.  The generated E Field propels the impacted particle forward, causing a transfer of momentum.  The amount of momentum/Kinetic Energy transferred is exactly commensurate with the amount of energy lost in the DPs polarized by the original particle.