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Electron and Positron Motion
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


  1. The question we must ask is how distance is measured?  
  2. If there is space between the Particles of the Dipole Sea, then the free electron and positron could land on or between the electrons and positrons of the Dipole Sea.  
  3. 1) Does the free charged particle combine with the electron or positron and incorporate in the lattice if it lands really close?
  4. 2) Who takes over if the free particle becomes captured by a Lattice particle?

· During transit, during the stationary/computing stage of each moment, the free electron will attract the surrounding Dipole Sea positrons, and repel the Dipole Sea electrons.

· The moving free electron can come in closer to a Lattice positron than its surrounding electrons.

· When this happens, the polarization and alignment in the surrounding Dipole Sea can transfer its electromagnetic momentum to the least bound Lattice electron.  

· The comparison and computation of the least bound electron is done at the speed of light as a de facto operation.

· This negotiation is essentially an ongoing process at every moment since a free electron may find itself more or less bound to a Lattice positron than a Lattice electron.  

· The Lattice electron that became “real” was not engaging in “Pair Production” which would require a collision, and acceleration of two particles.

· Rather, the Lattice electron would simply be taking over the central anchor position for the EM cloud that is connected with an accelerated mass.  

§ One problem that could occur is that the lattice electron could be forward, rear, right, left, up or down from the original free electron.  

§ The EM cloud surrounding the free electron will pull it back into position.  

§ Thus, there is no net increase, or decrease, in the velocity of the charge.

§ The temporary displacements produce the quantum effects such as the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, tunneling, and orbital quantization.

· This is a quantum movement of a mass’s cloud of EM polarization and alignment that has surrounded the free particle.  There is no net acceleration in the velocity of the particle because the disconnect between the mass’s EM Cloud was only a short distance local phenomenon that was met by an opposing force that decelerated the particle.  In essence, the quantum jumps in that space.

§ An analogy to this phenomenon can be seen in the transistor where a voltage across the Emitter to Collector space forces a net concentration separation between the Dipole Sea Electrons and Positrons.

§ The external voltage enhances the concentration of the Electrons and Positrons in the Dipole Sea to accumulate on opposite sides of the Base.

§ Thus, the voltage across the Collector and Emitter accelerates the electrons from a capacitive potential across the Base, to a flowing current.  

§ This voltage adds energy to cause them to “jump” across the Emitter to Collector gap.

· Such jumps in the position of the free electron are the basis underlying the quantum mechanical phenomenon.


The least complex configuration of charged particle and DP relationship is the charged particle at rest in the Dipole Sea.  The charged particle radiates an E field each moment as an inherent property of its existence.  The E field, by its very nature, causes repulsive movement in charges of like polarity, and attractive movement to charges of opposite polarity.