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DP Conduction of EM Fields

Thursday, May 21, 2009


The DPs emit FPs each moment in a spherical manner.  The density of the FPs is highest close to the DP in the first moment, but diminishes with the inverse square of the distance.  The speed of the FPs is fixed by the μ and ε of space, which is determined by the density of the DPs in space.  The DP density is increased by a gravitational body, hence the speed of light diminishes close to a gravitational body.  The FPs are absorbed and reemitted each moment, taking on the effect their force produces and passing the FPs on at the next moment.  


Likewise, mass traveling at relativistic speeds produces an effect of slowed time and shortened distance because of the increase in DP density around a relativistic mass.  The increase in the DP density of the space through which it travels is due to the high kinetic energy of the mass producing a compression of the DP Sea.  At relativistic speeds, a high density of FPs is produced by the movement of the mass, which produces a higher density of DPs in the immediate space.  Each of the moving DPs comprising a mass is producing a sphere of FPs.  At a non-relativistic velocity, the FP spheres radiating out each moment from the mass would be spaced much the same as a stationary mass.  But, as the velocity increases, the FP spheres come closer to superimposition in the absolute direction of movement.  As the velocity of a mass approaches the speed of light, the density of FPs in the space in front of the mass approaches infinity, which makes acceleration of a mass to the speed of light impossible.   The accretion of organization of DPs surrounding the moving mass is the manifestation of Kinetic Energy.  The two organizations composing the space surrounding the moving mass are: 1) DP charge polarization, and 2) DP magnetic pole polarization.  


The increased DP density of the space surrounding the mass results in the mass moving very slowly in terms of processes within the mass such as: movement of parts (e.g. clock mechanisms), chemical reactions, and decay processes.  These are all relativistic effects that would be expected due to changes in the DP substrate density.  


The fundamental EM wave is produced by the movement of a charge (DP or mass).    The elementary/fundamental EM wave is the superposition of the FP spheres produced in previous moments.  The FP spheres from a given DP will not overlap unless the speed of the DP reaches the speed of light.  The simplest example is the movement of a single DP, which will produce a sphere of FPs that radiate out at the speed of light every moment.  


The EM wave we recognize as a radio wave is generated by the motion of many DPs, and results from the superimposition of the many FP spheres they each produce.

In the case of a radio antenna, many charges are moving in the same and opposite directions.  The FP spheres they each create superimpose, and result in the summation of elementary FP spheres, which produce the effect of the radio wave.


Likewise, if a charge moves from a high energy orbital to a low energy orbital, the disassembly of the energy stored as kinetic energy in the orbiting charged particle converts into the wave structure of the photon.  


The FPs entering the space of a DP influence the movement of the DP according to the charge and magnetic polarity of the FP in relationship to the charge and magnetic polarity of the target DP.  In the case of a moving charge, the magnetic polarity of the charge will be irrelevant to the produced effect because the magnetic orientation of the moving charge is going to continuously change at each moment, because of the disorganized magnetic polarity of the space through which it is traveling.  Thus the magnetic influence of the moving charge will be sent off randomly and produce no organized effect.  Instead, the major magnetic effect will be to produce an organized B field.  The major effect of a moving charge current will be to produce an electrical polarization of the DP Sea, and that movement of the charges in the Dipole Sea will then cause the magnetic poles of the Dipole Sea to orient to correspond to the organization of the Electric Charges.  There will be a slight delay in the movement of the magnetic poles due to the communication rate of the FPs in the Dipole Sea.  Thus, the wave will be passed from magnetic to electric, to magnetic, producing the effect of velocity due to the absorption of the FPs first with an electric message, and then a magnetic, and vice versa.  The cycle of absorption and reemission will produce an effective speed of light.  


In the case of electrons flowing in wire, the moving charges will each produce a sphere of FPs that will superimpose upon the others as the current flows.  The electric field from each moving charge will produce a compression of the DPs surrounding the wire.  A magnetic field will form as a result of the compression of electric charges in the Dipole Sea surrounding the current flow.  But, one additional effect must be created to produce the effect of a negative current flow producing a left handed rule magnetic field around a wire carrying current.