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The Field Discontinuity Model of the Photon
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


· The photon appears at the point of the rotating field discontinuity.  The drop in B field due to the lower velocity orbital creates a discontinuity in the EM wave radiated out from the orbital.  

· A change in a magnetic field indicates that work has been done and energy transferred.  An EM field is carried by a particle that represents its momentum.  That EM field can transfer to another particle to conserve momentum, or a particle can transfer its momentum into space to be carried via a photon.   

· Thus, since the orbital electron undergoing a shell drop does not transfer its momentum to another particle, it therefore generates an EM field to represent the lost angular momentum.    

· And, since the electron is radiating spherically every moment, and a B field is generating in response to its relative velocity in the DP Sea, the change in electron orbital field will appear as a change, or discontinuity in the summation EM field radiating from the electron.  It is this point of discontinuity on the propagated summation wave where the photon generates a field-force that acts upon the universe.

· This phenomenon is the basis of inertia.  The angular momentum of the orbiting electron has an EM field associated with its orbit which maintains its angular velocity until a force opposes its motion.

· When the orbital electron field drops due to the shell drop, the B field that was present before the drop will act to generate a force on the electron to keep it moving.  

· When the photon hits an electron which can absorb this quantum of angular momentum, the low energy orbital electron in the receiving atom accelerates and increases in orbital angular momentum equivalent to the photon’s energy.

· Upon accelerating, the new higher energy electron generates a B field in opposition to the field discontinuity.  Thus, after the photon acts on the receiving electron, the absorbing electron generates an E & B field that cancels out the field of the incident photon.  Thus, the field discontinuity of the photon no longer has the ability to act, the kinetic energy of the original electron is restored, and the field is conserved.