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Mass Accretion

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

A particle traveling close to lightspeed has a great deal of energy stored as a momentum-field around that particle.  This particle will appear to have an increased mass because the kinetic energy of the particle has a mass equivalence.  Whether the particle accumulates more electron and positive DPs is unknown by experimental evidence.  

o But, using the principles of the Theory of Absolutes, the effect of mass accretion is probably has nothing to do with increasing the amount of mass.  Instead the mass accretion phenomenon is most probably due to the fact that the DP Sea space surrounding the particle is increasingly polarizing the space surrounding the speeding particle.  And, we should note that the space that can be used to store energy shrinks as the speed of the particle approaches lightspeed.

o The higher the velocity of the particle, the closer it comes to the absolute limit of the volume of space that it can use to store energy.  Thus, each increment of velocity will be contracting the available space that participates in storing the kinetic energy of the particle.  And, the DPs in that space will find themselves pushed ever harder to perfectly align all the magnetic poles of the DPs in that space. Thus, the perfect magnetic alignment of all Negative DPs and positrons into perfect tangential alignment will be the mark of the lightspeed particle.  But the energy associated with such acceleration asymptotically approaches infinity.  So, each additional increment of alignment represents a greater percentage of increase in stored energy.  Conversely, each added increment of stored energy corresponds to a successively smaller increment of polarization.

o We have called this phenomenon “mass accretion”, but it would be more appropriately called “carrier-space polarization”.  Thus, we may reframe the common conception of mass into the concept of increased near-space energy storage.  And, as the mass becomes sufficiently close to the speed of light, it becomes obvious that energy stored around a particle of mass is greater than the amount of energy than the resting mass and velocity could carry.  Thus, science has chosen to attribute the added increment of energy being carried by this near-lightspeed particle to an accretion of mass.  This attribution is reasonable and understandable given that science currently does not common recognize that momentum/kinetic energy has at its base the storage of energy as a magnetic polarization of the Dipole Sea.  

o Thus, because the particle has an unusually large amount of kinetic energy compared to its rest mass and velocity, and because we have incorporated the E=mc2 equation into the common vernacular, the most logical assumption is to attribute the increase in energy to mass.  After all, in this equation, since E has gone up, and c is by definition constant, the mass of the particle must have increased.  

o The concept of space accreting energy in a non-linear manner is currently unthinkable, literally no one can think of any alternative framing because there is no model, no concept that space stores kinetic energy as a magnetic field.  The current model of physics allows us to store energy in waves and chemical bonds, but there is no concept of what kinetic energy is on an objective, structural, mechanistically mediated under-level.  Thus, the storage form for kinetic energy is completely without physical metaphor to hold it.  Thus, the mass accretion phenomenon is chosen as the explanatory level.  The normal human tendency is to attribute new phenomena to categories which resemble past knowledge.  The development of new paradigms only comes as the previous models show themselves to fail in fully explaining the new phenomena.  Thus, the world of physics has attributed the energy stored in the mass’s magnetic field to an increase in mass, and declared this to be one of the relativistic effects.

o As velocity approaches the speed of light, the kinetic energy/momentum approaches infinity asymptotically, which is why the momentum transfer upon collision is so much higher than expected if velocity alone were considered.  The asymptotic saturation of the Dipole Sea adds an additional component of energy storage/momentum to the mass.  Thus, the effective mass (momentum held by the particle) will increase in amounts disproportionate to the small increments of velocity increase as the particle’s speed comes ever closer to the speed of light.