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Summary of Kinetic Energy/Momentum
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

Reviewing the concept of momentum: If the particles have a velocity relative to the Dipole Sea, then they will continuously produce a region of polarization and depolarization that precedes and follows the particle’s path due to the particle’s advancing presence.  And, the Dipole Sea particles will exert a reactive force against that polarization and depolarization.  The action on the Dipole Sea by the free particles, and the reaction of the Dipole Sea on the free particles, create a dynamic and interdependent process of particle and Sea.  The kinetic energy/momentum of the particle is stored within that dynamic process of Sea and particle interaction.

The velocity of a particle is created by a force field (E or B) which accelerates a charged particle.  The Force Field was generated by a particle either by its innate static radiation, or by its dynamic interaction with the Dipole Sea particles (i.e. moving in relationship to the Sea).  

The phenomenon of mass and inertia has as its basis the delay and resistance to change in orientation of magnetic poles, and the resistance to the change in polarization distances in the surrounding Dipole Particles.  In effect, there are capacitive and inductive delays associated with the Dipole Sea.  We find it easy to consider the hypothesis of an inductive Dipole Sea because the magnetic permeability itself, ì, is written in units of Henrys/meter (the unit of inductance per distance).  Likewise, the capacitive nature of the Dipole Sea holds the units of Farads/meter (the unit of capacitance per distance).  

Neutral mass is a collection of positive and negative charges.  Thus, momentum can be visualized as the progressive magnetic and electrical ordering of the Dipole Sea around each charge as the particle moves through space.  The velocity of a particular mass is propagated through the Dipole Sea by the pushing force behind the charged particle, and a resisting force in front of the charged particle.  Together, these opposing dynamic forces give rise to the phenomenon of inertia.  

Inertia and momentum are the hallmark properties of mass.  Thus, we can attribute the characteristic behavior of mass to the interactive effects between the charged particle and the polarization and alignment of the Dipole Sea.