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The Fields Generated
by the Charges in a Moving Neutral Mass

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

E Fields, and B Fields are generated by the movement of the DPs in the mass.  Those Fields transit away from every particle in the mass at the local speed of light.  But, energy is not lost in this radiation, nor is energy formed by its generation.  Energy is charged into the space ahead of the moving particle at each moment in a manner similar to how it was originally formed when the particle was originally accelerated.  That energy is returned to the particle each moment as the charged particle leaves the volume it has charged:

  1. The mass is composed of a Central DP(s), and around this central seed is a region of positive and negative DP charges that form in response to the attractive and repulsive forces of the Central DP.  
  2. The mass in motion produces an increasing E field in the space that precedes the mass as it moves through space.  The field increases at any point ahead of the moving charge because the particle narrows in its proximity causing the field to be stronger as per the inverse square law.
  3. The velocity of the particle dictates the rate of change of the E field.
  4. The rate of change of the E field dictates the magnitude of the B field formed due to the charge movement.
  5. The rate of change of the magnitude of the B Field dictates the magnitude of the reactive E field generated by the changing B field.  The B field generated E field in front of the charge opposes the advancement of the charge, and the collapsing B field behind the charge generates an E field that pushes it forward.
  6. As the particle (and its charge) recedes from the previously magnetized space, the E field will decrease in magnitude, as opposed to increasing in magnitude in the space in front of the advancing charge.  This negative dE/dt will produce a B field pointing in the opposite direction to the direction the B field was pointing in front of the advancing charge.  And, the B field so created will be decreasing with distance, (dB/dt), which will in turn generate an E field, which will push the mass in the direction of accelerating the charge to maintain its velocity.  (Note: there may be other 2nd, 3rd and 4th etc derivatives of the change of E and B field which also contribute to the effect, but the larger terms will be the major factors in creating the effect.)

The student familiar with Maxwell’s equations will recognize the reactive action of a collapsing B field, which produces the E field that generates the propulsive force on mass, as well as the resistive force of mass being accelerated.  This phenomenon of E field and B field transforming their energies into the other is commonly seen in a circuit containing an inductor and capacitor in parallel.  A fully charged inductor’s B field collapses and converts its energy into an E field that applies force upon electrons in the current to keep them flowing in the same direction until its stored magnetic energy is depleted.  The action of the B field, collapsing, and maintaining the current, or building, and opposing the increase of current is known as Lenz’s Law.  

As a charged particle moves into a new space, the DPs in that space are separated by the polarizing forces of the charged particle.  This separation of charge is similar to the separation of charge created when energy is stored on the plates of a capacitor.  Thus, capacitance can be generalized to refer to any separation of charge, where positive and negative charges are separated and concentrated in distinct regions.  The uniform distribution of charge seen in the undisturbed DP Sea is the a zero potential state, such as a discharged battery where the positive and negative charges are commingled to produce a uniform concentration.

Mass moving through space is composed of moving charged particles down to the DP level.  As the mass moves, at every increment of distance traveled, there is an exchange energy between “charge separation” magnetic “magnetic polarization”, and vice versa.  This dynamic transformation between these two types of stored energy is extremely complex, transforming incrementally in its distribution over time and space around each of the charges comprising the moving mass.  The phenomena of inertia and momentum rest upon this delay in transformation between energy storage states (electrical to magnetic, and magnetic to electrical energy).