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Inertia in a Neutral Mass

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

To this point we have only addressed the issue of a single charged particle in analyzing the concepts of collisions, momentum, energy, force, and mass.  But, we have seen that the concept of the polarized and aligned Dipole Sea, and the forces generated between the charges and magnetic poles of the charged particle and the Dipole Particles, will produce an explanation consistent with the phenomenon of mechanics (mass, energy, momentum, force, etc.)

Thus, to extend this theory’s applicability we must show that neutral mass will behave in a similar manner.  

  1. To validate this theory’s applicability to neutral mass (everyday objects such as marbles and cookies) we must show that neutral mass has within it a collection of positive and negative charges.
  2. Neutral mass or ordinary matter is in general composed of atoms, which are in turn populated by the nucleus and electron shell.  
  3. Clearly the electron shell has a collection of Charged particles surrounded by sufficient space so that the above postulates concerning the interaction of charged particles and the Dipole Sea could be plausibly applicable.
  4. The more opaque answer to that question is regarding the nature of the nucleus with regard to its composition with regard to being a collection of free charged particles.
  5. The conventional theory (as described above) is that the nucleus is composed of quarks which are particles of positive and minus fractional charges.  Possibly such a collection of charges could interact with a Dipole Sea of some description and produce an effect similar to that which has been postulated above.
  6. Alternatively, the Theory postulates that the nucleus is composed of a collection of rotating positrons and electrons.  Thus, if we assume that the space between the constituent electrons and positrons is sufficiently large to allow for the intermediate occupation of a goodly number of Dipole Particles, that this configuration could be consistent with the postulate of momentum as mediated by the polarization and alignment of the Dipole Sea.