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The Inverse Square Law

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

Conventional physics uses the obvious method of producing the effect of inverse square reduction in intensity associated with the distance from a spherical point. The electron is conceived as emitting a number of particles or photons per second, and the inverse square effect arises strictly as a result of geometry. For example, the electron emits a given number of photons per second in a spherical distribution. Thus, a number of photons n, will pass through a spherical surface segment area A, at a given distance r from the source. At double the distance 2r, only n/4 photons will pass through the same spherical segment area A.

The inverse square law is well explained by the photon emission theory.

Likewise, the photon theory fits into the symmetry of explaining the E field force as one of the particulate “exchange forces”. The Feynman diagrams describe various particles as mediating the electromagnetic (photons), weak (intermediate vector bosons), strong (pions), and gravitic (gravitons) forces.

But, despite the explanatory value of the inverse square law, and the symmetry with the Feynman conception of exchange forces, there are many problems associated with the conventional physics explanation of the E field.

- The first problem is that the electron is considered to be emitting a photon.
- The definition of a “photon” is ambiguous.
- The method the electron produces a photon in the case of “force exchange” is totally different than the conventional photon production from the “electron shell drop” that typically generates a photon after absorption of energy, i.e. due and its reemission.
- If the electron does emit photons, then it does so without a concomitant absorption required. In other words, the electron generates photons eternally without a source. Such a de novo generation of photons from the electron implies that the electron is a spiritual entity, and that the “photons” it generates have a spiritual nature.
- Thus, the E field is not conserved. An equivalent absorption of E field is not required to produce an output E field.
- The method by which these “exchange force photons” interact with other electrons or positrons is ambiguous.
- The cross section of photon capture by the electron is ambiguous. Experimental evidence as to the diameter of the photon continues to decrease, dependent upon the energy of the probe. This ever decreasing diameter implies that the electron is a true “point of consciousness”.
- What happens to the photons that impact an electron? Are they absorbed, and reemitted?
- Are the electrons that are behind the electron completely shielded from the effect of the photons from an electron source?
- How does this theory explain the phenomena of superimposition of fields, shielding, reflection, refraction and interference?
- How does a photon from a positron hitting an electron produce an attractive reaction? In other words, how does the momentum of a photon impact produce movement toward the incoming photon?
- Are there positive photons and negative photons that produce attraction and repulsion?
- How does the impact of a photon produce an attractive force?
- How does the movement of an electron produce a B field?
- What is a B Field? Is it another kind of photon?

Clearly, the conventional physics concepts of the E and B field have a very shallow explanatory value, even with regard to a phenomenon as straightforward as the inverse square law. Thus, we shall attempt to develop an alternative concept of the E & B field which has a more robust explanatory applicability.

- The E field is generated each moment as a word or command thought-form, and radiates spherically from the electron.
- The E field maintains its integrity to the end of the universe regardless of whether it hits another electron, positron, or field.
- The E field carries with it a “type”, e.g. a positron E field that will cause an attractive force on an electron.
- The E field of an electron causes the Dipole Sea to polarize and orient to it.
- The E field diminishes in intensity according to the inverse square law by computation, based on the time after generation:

· At moment 0 the E field is at the origin

· At moment 1 the E Field has Intensity1 Volts/m²

· At moment 2, the E Field will be ¼ Intensity1 Volts/m²

· At moment 4, the E field will be 1/8th Intensity1 Volts/m²

- The strength of the E Field at its origin is high, but finite.

· The annihilated electron and positron once combined requires only 1.1 Mev of energy to energy to break its bond and rematerialize as a “real” electron.

· An E field that polarizes the DP will cause the electron and positron to separate.

§ Problem: How does the pair compute distance or simply do a ratio?

§ Problem: Does the distance have to be in quantized increments?

§ Problem: The separation of the DP will require more force when the particles are closer together.

Basic Principles Summary |

Outline of Concepts |

Overview of Concepts |

Glossary |

Field Shell Concept |

Force Particle Concept |

B Field Concepts |

Dynamic EM Fields |

Search Site |

Personal History |

Political Philosophy |

Acknowledgements |

Mass Energy Summary |

Theory Summary |

Origin of Good and Evil |

Neutral Space |

Force Particles 2 |

Force |

Time 2 |

Time 3 |

Grid Points |

Acceleration |

Energy 2 |

Kinetic Energy 2 |

Kinetic Energy 3 |

Kinetic Energy 4 |

Kinetic Energy 5 |

Kinetic Energy 7 |

Kinetic Energy 8 |

Momentum & KE |

Momentum, KE & Inertia |

Speed of Light 2 |

Photon Velocity |

Force Particle Velocity |

Mass 2 |

Mass 3 |

Mass 4 |

Mass & Fields |

Two Wires with Current |

Dynamic Magnetic Fields |

Current Flow |

Fields & Moving Charge |

Moving Charge Effects |

Magnetic Induction |

Lenz's Law |

Field Energy |

Sub-Nuclear Forces |

The Strong Force |

Special Relativity & MMX |

Sound and Light Compared |

Photon Structure |

Photon Emission |

Photon Capture |

Photon Reflection |

Refracted Light |

Polarized Light |

Diffraction |

Interference |

Photon Scattering |

Wave Particle Duality 4 |

Big Bang & Momentum |

Photon Generation |

Allowed Orbitals |

Spectral Line Emission |

Laser Light Emission |

Blackbody Radiation |

Particle Decay |

Pair Annihilation |

Cherenkov Radiation |

Photon Generation 1 |

Particle Decay & Relativity |

Pair Annihilation 2 |

Cherenkov in Space |

Photon Absorption |

Pair Production |

Pair Production 2 |

Pair Production 3 |

Photon Reflection in Depth |

Photon Metallic Reflection |

Electron-Crystal Reflection |

Photon Reflection 1 |

Refractive Phenomena |

Refraction 2 |

Compton Scattering |

Wave Particle Duality 2 |

Wave Particle Duality 3 |

Dipole Sea Structure |

Dipole Sea & Ether Theory |

Dipole Sea & Energy Xfer |

FP Spheres & Charge Motion |

Battery Energy Storage |

Electromagnetic Concepts 2 |

Magnetic Permeablity |

Collison & Reference Frame |

Momentum, Inertia, & Momentum |

Mu Epsilon of Space |

Electron & DP Sea |

B Field from Electron Velocity |

Gyroscope |

The Inverse Square Law 2 |

Evolution vs. Creation |

Entropy |

Particles Complexes & Spirit |

EMG Interactions |

Summary of Concepts |

Particles & Fields |

Dipole Sea Particles 4 |

Local Light Speed |

Parallel Universes |

Quantum Jumps |

Quark Theory |

Fermions & Bosons |

Neutron Structure |

Neutrinos |

Subatomic Structure |

Neutrino Theory |

Quark Theory 2 |

Time Dilation 2 |

Light - Mass Interaction |

Orbital Superconductivity |

Orbital Uncertainty |

Electron Mass Persistence |

Dual Slit Interferometry |

Wave Particle Duality |

Uncertainty Principle2 |

DeBroglie Wavelength |

Lesson 1 |

Lesson 2 |

Lesson 3 |

Lesson 4 |

Ecumenical Solution |

Momentum, Inertia, & Momentum |

Mu Epsilon of Space |

Electron & DP Sea |

B Field from Electron Velocity |

Gyroscope |

The Inverse Square Law 2 |

Mu Epsilon of Space |

Electron & DP Sea |

B Field from Electron Velocity |

Gyroscope |

The Inverse Square Law 2 |

The Inverse Square Law 2 |