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Mass
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


When DPs aggregate, they can form particles of mass.  Thus the definition of mass would be any aggregate of DPs capable of sufficient cohesion so as to travel in that state of cohesion for a sufficient distance so as to carry the Kinetic Energy Magnetic Field.

a) It is thus the cohesion of DPs in a stable conformation over distance that produces the appearance of having a “rest-mass”.  The multiplicity of possible DP conformations reveal why the subatomic zoo contains particles of such wide variety of type and characteristic.  

b) Having formed smaller stable particles, these more elemental species may then aggregate to form larger particles.  This effect of compounded particles creates variety as seen throughout the entire spectrum of size.  The particles progress from the single DP, to numerous types of subatomic particles, which then assemble to form the atom, and assemblies of atoms bond in various ways to create a near infinite varies of molecules, which in turn form the bulk mass of soil and flesh, while this substance may then aggregate in ever-larger quantities to form planet, star, solar system, galaxy, cluster, and ultimately the entire universe.  

c) The rules of attraction and repulsion of the DPs determine the structure and possibilities of stable resonance elemental structure.  In particular, the states of resonance determine the size, composition, and structure of stable particles.  The factors that contribute to the determination and formation of the stable states of resonance where mass will form include: DP attraction and repulsion by magnetic and electric field forces; orientation of E field and B fields; velocity of the FPs as they transit through the medium; velocity of the DPs within the concentration; the E and B fields generated by the movement of DPs; the amount of compression, expansion, and orientation energy applied to the space; the boundary conditions around the space.  The large variety of sub-nuclear elemental masses can be seen as a natural effect rising from the many possible conformations of assembly.  This principle of having smaller units.

d) The size and properties of mass are largely the result of ...