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Inertia
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


When a moving charge (mass) is resisted (slowed), the magnetic field surrounding a moving charge discharges as an E field.  This E field, so created by mass deceleration, points in the direction of the original velocity, and attempts to maintain it.  The same is true of acceleration; when force is applied to accelerate a mass, the rate of current flow increases, which increases the E field in the volume of space into which it is entering.  This increase in E field generates a B field, which generates an opposing E field.  Thus, the accelerating E field is resisted.  This entire process of “resisting a change in velocity” is known as inertia.  Thus, inertia has as its base an underlying electromagnetic process, which is consistent with the underlying structure of the DP Sea and the properties of the DPs and their predicted behavior in as mass and as a medium that conducts photonic and wave energy.