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Photon Generation From Shell Drops

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

Photon Generation from Electron Orbital Shell Drops, and Kinetic Energy Conservation:

i) One mechanism of photon generation is by transferring energy to the DP Sea that had been carried as an electron orbital.  In this method of photon generation the orbital energy drops from one allowable level to another.  In the process, an increment of the orbital electron Kinetic Energy is lost to space, and a portion is retained as orbital kinetic energy.  The energy lost is equal to the total energy carried by the photon.

ii) There are two distinct modes by which the photon carries energy: as an EM wave with a certain frequency of oscillation, and a kinetic component perpendicular to the radial speed of light photon.

(1) The photon carries the majority (i.e. majority under ordinary conditions) of its energy as the speed of light packet of electrical and magnetic organization of its constituent DPs.  

(a) This component is considered by conventional physics to be the only mechanism by which a photon carries energy.  

(b) Conventional physics does not yet acknowledge the existence of the DP as the underlying medium by which light is carried.  Rather, the conventional view of the photon is that its energy is held as an electromagnetic wave, even though there is no deep understanding of what an EM wave actually “is”.

(c) The conventional view of the photon is an enigmatic packet of energy that exhibits particle or wave properties under various conditions, and is composed of electrical and magnetic fields that are carried through a vacuum without a medium, and is composed of no substance of any sort other than as an abstractly conceptualized “field” which has an effect on charges and the magnetic orientation of particles.

(d) The structure of the photon is thus without solid definition in conventional physics, other than to note that exhibits properties consistent with a 3D configuration of electromagnetic fields carried without any underlying medium.  

(i) This conception started with the null result of the Michelson Morley Experiment, and was given plausibility by the mathematical description of light in Einstein’s Special Relativity.   

(e) The simplicity and accuracy of the predictive and descriptive power of Special and General Relativity has made the hypothesis of an ether seem as though it violated the requirement for choosing it as the correct theory given the simplicity demanded by Occam’s Razor.  

(i) But, the simplicity of Occam’s Razor is actually better satisfied by the hypothesis of DPs, FPs, Grid Points, and the few rules of action that govern their interaction.  Obviously, describing the photon using DPs, FPs, GPs, and rules is more complicated than describing a photon only as a set of mathematical fields.  

(ii) Rather, the net simplification is returned when we assume these new entities as mediating all mass, force, and energetic phenomena.  When considering the whole of all physical phenomena, and it becomes possible to describe all natural phenomena in terms of the rules of interaction of a small number of fundamental particles, such a theory is clearly more simple than a physics which has no fundamental descriptors other than abstract entities such as force, mass, charge, time, and energy, all of which have no objective correspondence with reality.

(iii) It is the universal applicability of this set of fundamental conscious particles to give objectivity to all physical phenomena, that gives credence to the correctness of the Theory.  And, in turn the Theory itself implies the existence of God, and as possible mechanism by which He has manifested the universe.

(iv) If the above postulates are true, then the subject of future physics research may find it productive to more precisely and accurately define the mechanisms of interaction of these entities and the rules they follow.

(f) Recapitulating: The majority of the photon energy is carried by DPs that have been organized to emit FPs such that the topological pattern of electrical and magnetic emission (as carried by the FPs).  The majority of the energy carried by the photon carried in this electromagnetic configuration corresponds to the quantum of energy/electromagnetic organization lost in the electron shell drop (or other energetic transformation such as in pair annihilation).

(2) Additionally: The photon carries a minority of its energy as the kinetic energy of the transverse movement (perpendicular to the radial) of the packet of DPs enrolled in carrying the photon’s “radial, speed of light, electromagnetic organization”.   

(a) The photon acquires a transverse/perpendicular velocity equivalent to the direction of the absolute kinetic energy of the electron at the moment of energy loss.  At the moment the photon was created, the kinetic energy associated with the electron would have been traveling at a tangent to the orbital.  The absolute energy carried by the photon in the direction of its speed of light propagation would have consisted of :

(i) The increment of energy associated with the two orbital states.

(ii) Plus, the increment of energy due to the absolute velocity of the electron that was collinear to the radial propagation of the photon.

(iii) Vabs-collinear = (vabs)(vabs-electron)

(b) Regarding the transverse and collinear velocity, the source atoms, and their constituent orbital electrons, have an absolute kinetic energy with reference to the Dipole Sea.  

(i) The orbital system is essentially an independent frame of reference because of the redirection of the quantum of orbital kinetic energy to follow the electron’s tangent at each point around it’s orbital.  The result is that the differential of energy associated with the shell drop will be unaffected by the absolute velocity of the electron through space.

(ii) The component of energy associated with the absolute velocity of the frame of the atom, will be divided between the photon-collinear component and the photon-perpendicular component.  

(iii) The energy of the photon will carry the velocity vector of the Kinetic Energy of its source at the moment it leaves the orbital system.  It will carry the collinear absolute velocity of the atom frame in its frequency, and carry its perpendicular component as a kinetic transverse velocity of the photon packet.  

(c) Recapitulating: The electron has a mass and velocity associated with its orbital kinetic energy.  It likewise has an absolute velocity associated with its frame, which would be the absolute velocity of the atom.  The absolute kinetic energy of the atom will be divided between the

(i) When the orbital kinetic energy is no longer held around the electron, the radial speed of light vector carries that increment of energy as a speed of light photon in a direction tangential to the orbital.  The photon will continue to stay tangent to that point of departure because even though disconnected from the absolute velocity of the moving frame of the atom, the photon will carry the absolute perpendicular velocity of the originating frame, the absolute velocity of the atom.  

(ii) The kinetic velocity of the atom through the absolute frame collinear with the photon will simply add that energy to the photon by increasing its frequency, rather than increasing the speed of light velocity of the photon.

(d) Thus, to conserve all the energy lost from the orbital system by dropping the orbital velocity of the electron, the energy must be preserved by

(i) increasing the frequency of the photon (which will be interpreted as a red or blue shift by an observer with a relative receding or approaching velocity),

(ii) and by imparting a velocity sideways, transverse, perpendicular to the speed of light, corresponding to the absolute velocity of the source atom.

(e) In summary: The kinetic energy associated with absolute velocity of the atom must be conserved after it leaves the atomic orbital.  Thus its component of energy associated with the velocity of the atom after the photon leaves the atomic system is added to the photon by increasing or decreasing its frequency, and by giving the photon packet an absolute transverse velocity.  When a portion of kinetic energy leaves a system as a photon, the photon must then carry the entire vector magnitude of absolute energy once held by that kinetic mass.  Thus, the photon modifies its frequency and transverse direction to carry the kinetic component of energy of the atomic system, while the energy lost by the orbital shell drop is carried as the bulk of the energy forming the photon and giving it its characteristic orbital shell drop frequency.