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Mass and Fields
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

The particles of mass (e.g. electrons, positrons, protons, neutrons, etc.) manifest from various organizational configurations of Dipole Sea particles.  Thus, the family of mass-particles contains no entities with an elemental consciousness.  Every particle of mass is an assembly of Dipole Particles (i.e. a stable configuration of the elemental positive and negative charges).  The Negative DPs and Positive DPs assemble into various stable configurations (e.g. electrons, positrons and neutrinos) and semi-stable configurations (e.g. the family of quarks).  These stable and semi-stable particles are in turn the structural components that form more complex subatomic particles (e.g. protons, neutrons, muons, and pions etc.).  The more elementary particles (electrons, positrons, protons, and neutrons) are the constituents of atoms.  The more complex particles (quarks, neutrinos, pions, muons, etc.) appear as the result of high energy interactions such as decay, fission, fusion, and mass collisions in high energy particle accelerators.  

The Dipole Particle Sea (DP Sea) and Grid Points conduct all wave disturbances, such as the radial radiation of radio waves generated by a dipole antenna, and the tight, particle-like wave packets that compose photons formed by an orbital shell drop.  

Mass forms around one or more central DPs, which in turn polarize the surrounding DP Sea and attract the negative DPs to the positive isolated DP center, and vice versa.  The configuration of DPs around a central DP conform to the allowable quanta of charge-distance relationships.  As the mass transits through space, the central DP could encounter a DP of its opposite polarity, and reorient itself around the new un-paired Central DP.  This DP “annihilation” is the one of the factors involved in the Uncertainty of the position of the mass.  The B field that forms as a result of the movement of the charge carries the momentum associated with a mass in motion.  Immediately after the B field forms due to the movement of the electron, it begins to decay and form an E field that pushes the mass in the opposite direction.  Likewise, as the B field decays, the energy of the B field decays, and creates an E field that pushes the electron forward.  Both the E field and B field organize the DP Sea around themselves, and in essence hold the kinetic energy of the mass in their organization.   

Thus, waves, photons, and particles are composed of a common understructure.  All are composed of DPs that are organized by fields that are carried by the Matrix.  The particles of mass retain their organizational structure at rest, while the photon type of particles that have no central DP can only exist in motion.  These include the Electromagnetic (EM) waves such as Radio waves and Microwaves, and the photons such as Infrared, Visible, Ultraviolet, x-rays, and γ rays.  Each of these forms of EM radiation has its own method of origination, frequency range, and energy of resonance and interaction with particles of mass.

The Particles of Mass include the entire subatomic zoo.