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Photon Absorption

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


o Absorption is initiated by the forceful acceleration of a charged particle.  

o In the case of atomic orbital absorption, the forward moving force of the kinetic energy field polarizes the orbital electron.  

o If the photon possesses the proper increment of energy to resonate with a quantum of energy corresponding to an activated electron orbital, it will be fully absorbed.  Such a photon will impart sufficient velocity to the orbital electron so as to match the increment of energy needed to attain a higher allowed level of orbital energy.  

o We must confront the issue of how a photon, with a wavelength hundreds of times the size of an electron orbital, could focus its energy on that one small volume and activate an electron orbital.  

o The answer to this question is found in the quantum mechanical nature of the photon.  Just as the electron manifests at a position within a certain boundary, subject to the restrictions of quantum mechanics, so too the photon may focalize its energy over the volume of its wavelength.  

o It is this randomness of focus of energy that allows the photon to interact at a point on a single orbital electron and impart its energy to that orbital.

o In effect the photon can exist anywhere within the boundaries of the quantum mechanical limits imposed by its energy (which is composed of its energy of mass plus energy of velocity).

o When a photon superimposes the electron which is able to absorb the proper increment, the photon can be instantly absorbed and become part of the activated orbital.

o The kinetic energy of the electron continues in a direction tangent to the orbital point where the energy separated from the orbital.  The E & B fields of the emitted photons are perpendicular to each other and they are perpendicular to the direction of the kinetic energy transfer which travels forward at the speed of light.

o When the photon emits, the orbital electron and the nucleus will move closer because the electron no longer has the energy to maintain the higher velocity orbital.  Thus, the potential energy between the two will be reduced by the amount that is removed by the emitted photon.  

o We must ask, what is it that triggers the loss of the increment of energy from the electron orbital?  

§ Theory #1: Random forces may change the momentary energy and position of the electron.  

§ Many fields traveling through the DP Sea superimpose at each point and can create momentary points of force that act on the electron orbital.  

§ This may be the driving force that causes the quantum variability associated with the uncertainty in the point of action or position of a mass.  

§ Theory #2: An inherent variability in the manifestation of mass and energy.  Space itself (the DPs and Grid Points) can only hold energy in certain increments.  And, while the energy is conserved, the location of the manifestation of that energy is variable depending upon the amount of that energy.  

§ Either way, momentum and position cannot be both predicted exactly, which is the statement made by the Uncertainty Principle.  The net effect of Uncertainty is to make every energetic entity random in its location, but within the limits prescribed by space.