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Force
by Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


Force is defined as the effect by one particle upon another, which causes movement.  

i) There is no fundamental entity which can be called “force”.  Rather, force is only an agreement of a DP to move when in the presence of a Force Particle.  

ii) Movement results when particles experience a net force in a particular direction.  All Dipole Particles emit Force Particles, which mediate or carry the 3 types of force.

iii) The Force Particle is a messenger or carrier of information about the originating particle, telling other particles to move in response in a particular way because of its presence, type, and proximity.  

(1) Force does not cause the movement of particles by an actual pushing or pulling; rather, force is the macroscopic effect that appears to be acting to cause movement between charged, magnetic, or gravitic particles.  

(2) All particle movement is self-propelled.  No particle movement is caused by the action of pushing or direct contact with another particle.  Particles choose to change position in relationship to the Grid Points in response to the number, direction, and type of the Force Particles in its quantum of space.

iv) Every particle emits forces of three types.  The electric and gravitational forces add together in a conventional linear vector addition to create a net Force vector, and the collapse of a Magnetic field will create an E field that will likewise add to the gravitational field.  A group of magnetic poles bundled together in alignment will be attracted to another group, and thus produce linear movement of a bulk.  But, the underlying magnetic force is a rotational force on the DP to cause alignment of the magnetic poles, as well as attraction to opposite poles and repulsion of like poles.

(1) A magnetic field acting on a DP will apply a rotational force to align the target particle’s magnetic pole with the field.  Once aligned, the magnetic field will exert a translational force on the particle such as that produced by gravity and charge.  All the forces that act on the particle will vector sum together to produce a net force.

(a) Regarding magnetic alignment:

(i) If the substance has retained its own macro-magnetic field it is referred to as ferromagnetic.  

(ii) If a magnetic field can be induced in a substance in the presence of a magnetic field it is called “paramagnetic”.

(iii) All substances are paramagnetic at a sufficiently low temperature and sufficiently high magnetic field.  A material may appear non-magnetic at high temperature, or low magnetic field intensity.  The reason for the lack of magnetic pole response in a substance is that the thermal forces disordering the magnetic alignment are greater than the ordering forces being applied to it.