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Photonic Speed of Light
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND


a) FPs do not have an axial velocity imparted on their radial velocity by moving DPs.  But, they do have the component of axial DP velocity that is perpendicular to their radial velocity.  

b) A photon can be formed when energy is lost from an orbital electron as it drops to a lower energy electron shell.  The photon is a 3D packet of many DPs and FPs with a full smooth sinusoidal cycle of electrical and magnetic variation over its axial length.  Together the amount of DP electromagnetic polarization is the equivalent of the quantum of organization energy lost by the electron shell drop.   That photon travels out in a radial from its point of origin at the local speed of light.  Superimposed upon that radial speed of light is a perpendicular velocity vector reflecting the velocity of the source from which formed the photon.  

i) Many DPs, which all emit FPs in a spherical 360, were involved in the formation of the photon.  The FPs that were not coaxial with the group packet direction of the photon were annihilated in the sense of having FPs emitted by other DPs that leave only the organization of the packet in the direction of propagation.   

ii) The photon has an absolute speed of light velocity in the radial direction, and an absolute velocity perpendicular to that velocity.  

iii) If the photon collides with a target traveling at a relative velocity toward or away, the energy associated with that relative velocity will be perceived as a higher or lower frequency (energy) photon.  

iv) The perpendicular velocity of the source will be imprinted on the photon, and if absorbed, the target will also absorb that transverse kinetic energy.  

v) No transverse photonic energy will be transferred to a target traveling in a collinear direction since the relative frames of reference will not add or subtract energy, velocity, or change informational states.    

c) Each DP along the FPs’ axial path transfers its electrical polarization to a magnetic polarization, and vice versa, as it moves from DP to DP.  It is this rate of electrical to magnetic conversion which determines the speed of light through that medium.

d) The Force Particles travel in the radial direction, but carry the perpendicular component of velocity of its source.  The FP follows the path of its launch relentlessly once released.  The FPs travel at the local speed of light in all directions, and produce the effects of a wave by the superimposition of many DPs.  

e) The radial outward velocity of the FPs is always at the local speed of light.

i) But, a beam of light has a sideways velocity imparted to it by the forward motion of the propagating mass.  

ii) An example of this is the beam of a flashlight shone outside of a car window against a mirror along the side of the road.  The sideways component of the beam imparted by the moving source allows the beam to go sideways at the same rate as the car.  The radial speed of light component of the photon will determine the amount of time the light takes to travel forward and backward from the car, to mirror on the side of the road, and back to the car.  The sideways velocity of light will take care of getting the light packet back to the originating point.  This combination of velocities, radial, and perpendicular gives the appearance of light that theoretically is traveling at a velocity faster than the local speed of light.  But, the perpendicular separation of the two components of light prevents the violation of the prime thesis about light, that it does not travel faster or slower than the local speed of light, in the absolute frame, in the direction of its travel.  Having light travel sideways, perpendicular to the ray which is traveling local absolute speed of light, does not violate the rule.  The separation of velocities into their orthogonal components, and allowing the velocities to be independently variable given their orthogonality.  Such a thesis is common in physics, that orthogonal forces and velocities operate independently, and add their orthogonal components by vector addition.

iii) The particular direction of the photon is propagated by the superimposition of FP concentration produced by the quantum drop of energy from an activated atomic orbital.  The kinetic energy associated with the motion of the shell drop, and the differential in organizational energy associated with the orbital electron before and after the drop in energy, together gave direction and magnitude to the photon formed by this shell drop.

f) A quantum of Force Particles is emitted from a DP at each Moment.  They radiate out in a full 360 spherical angle, and every one has a radial speed of light velocity compared to the absolute speed of light in local medium.  Thus, any appearance of a photon going faster or slower (red shift, or blue shift) is an added energetic effect associated with the relative axial motion between observers.  

i) The energy of the transverse velocity through the Absolute Frame is not perceived as a change in wavelength.

(1) EXPERIMENTAL PROOF OF EFFECT: Experiment to detect the transverse velocity of light: Shine a light on a mirrored surface, and detect the angle of reflection.  Redo the measurement with the mirrored surface moving rapidly (e.g. a silvered belt driven at high speed) and remeasure the angle of reflection.  If the reflected spot moves, then the existence of the transverse velocity of light has been proven.

ii) If the DP is moving with respect to the Dipole Sea, then all the Force Particles will travel radially at the speed of light compared to the Absolute frame.  

iii) In the case of photons emitted from such a source, that group of FPs and DPs mediating the photon will have a phase velocity that is exactly the speed of light in the axial direction of generation.  And, it will also have a component of velocity perpendicular to that vector.  The absolute frame will not leave an imprint upon the photon because both the source and sensor are embedded in this frame.  A relative approaching motion of the two frames will add apparent energy to the photon, and subtract apparent energies if they are receding.

iv) Thus, in the case of a photon emitted by a source aimed toward a target with a closing velocity, the light will appear bluer.  It will appear redder if there is an opening velocity between the source and targets.

g) Re-examining the transverse and axial velocity components of a photon as carried by the Absolute frame through the Dipole Sea.  

(1) In the flashlight and car example, a light is shone perpendicular to its forward velocity of the car onto a very long mirror on the side of the road (or strobed precisely to hit the mirror as the car passes).  

(a) The photon travels toward the mirror, reflects, and comes back to the source where it is detected.

(2) In the case of the car with a velocity perpendicular to the velocity of the photon, the car’s velocity will add a transverse velocity component to the speed of light velocity of the beam.

(3) The stationary car and mirror with respect to the absolute frame will have no transverse velocity.  

(4) The general case is the car moving at an unknown velocity with respect to the Matrix (Absolute Frame).  

(a) The component of the absolute velocity of the car that is perpendicular to the absolute radial photon vector will be added to the radial photon vector.

h) Resolution of the null result of the Michelson Morley Experiment with the existence of a luminiferous (light carrying ether).  

i) Vector addition of the absolute velocity of a light source perpendicular to the radial absolute speed of light of the photon produces a consistent addition and subtraction of vectors so that the problems raised by the Michelson Morley experiment resolve.

ii) In the Michelson Morley Experiment, the physics community of 1887 assumed a nature of light and conducting media (luminiferous ether) and conducted an experiment to detect an effect based upon that assumed effect.  That experiment yielded a null result.  They expected that the medium would leave a signature due to movement with/against/across the current of the medium.  And since there was no such effect measured, they concluded that there was no light-conducting medium.

iii) But, if we change our assumptions about the actual nature of light and light-conducting media, we can understand why the MMX yielded a null result, and thus leave open the possibility of the theoretical existence of a light-carrying medium.  

iv) If we hypothesize a light-carrying ether capable of separating out the source’s velocity vector perpendicular to its radial speed of light, we see a physical system capable of yielding an experimental result consistent with the Michelson Morley Experiment.

(1) At the time of the MMX, the theoretical concept held about the light carrying ether was that the ether drift would add its velocity to the velocity of the photon; and the photon thus imprinted with the velocity of the ether could then be analyzed in such a way as to reveal the signature of the ether’s effect on the photon.

(2) The experimental method used in the MMX was to divide a beam of light into two different paths, directed at 90 angles, and then recombine them.  The two beams would interfere with each other and produce one set of interference fringe lines.  When the experimental table was rotated, the fringe lines should shift.  This would indicate that the photons had been sped up, or slowed down, and thus their phase relationship was altered.  This would thus give indication of the existence of the “ether drift” as the experimental table was dragged through space.

i) Thus, based on the consistency of the experimental data, and the simplicity and broad applicability to giving operational mechanisms to phenomena, we shall assume the following properties of the light-conducting medium (the Matrix & Dipole Sea):

i) Being able to support the propagation of a packet of Electrical and Magnetic fields organized in such a way as to mutually transform into the opposite type field as the packet advances forward each moment.

ii) The time delay for processing and conversion before advancing corresponds to the speed of light.  In effect the Dipole Particles are trading inductive energy for capacitive energy, and the increment of time corresponding to reception, processing, and reemission of the Force particles corresponds to the speed of light.  It is thus this process which creates the de facto speed of light in a local media.

iii) The actual details of the mechanism of the reception, processing, and reemission of the force particles will be left to other theorists.  If this general structure of particles, information flow, and rules corresponds to the actual observed behavior of all electromagnetic and particulate phenomena, then it would be a useful effort to continue the theoretical construct to extend to this next deeper layer of mechanism.

j) A photon is a complex entity that can be formed by the discharge of energy from an orbital of one quantum state as it drops to another lower energetic level.  

i) The conversion of energy from kinetic energy associated with the orbital electron, proceeds as follows:

(1) The kinetic energy around the orbital electron is a complex of electrical and magnetic fields which are exerting force on the electron to drive it forward around the nucleus inside the bounds of it quantum of energy.

(2) When the electron drops away from its orbital energy quantum, the increment (differential quantum of energy) associated with the drop is left in space without an associated mass to accelerate.  

(3) That mass-less quantum of energy has a direction associated with its propagation, but it is no longer limited in the increment of distance it can advance each moment by the reverse forces of the mass.  

(4) Thus, this mass-less quantum of energy proceeds to conduct through space at the speed of light, limited only by the rate at which the underlying conductive medium, the DP Sea, can convert electrically oriented FPs into magnetically oriented FPs.

(5) The effect is thus to convert an increment of kinetic energy that had been disconnected with a mass, and to then continue on as a spatially organized packet of electrical and magnetic FPs, which correspond to the amount of electrical and magnetic organization in the mass-velocity kinetic system.  

(6) Here we see the conservation of energy/organization being mediated by the electrical and magnetic fields, and the spatial distribution of the fields having been modified, but the underlying amount of organization remained equivalent/identical, hence the conservation of energy in this system, as in all collisions.

ii) The Radial Speed of Light is the velocity component propagating radially at the local absolute speed of light.  Its speed is governed by the inductive-capacitive properties of the local medium in that direction.  

iii) The Transverse Photon Velocity.  This velocity component is equal to the velocity of the photon source with reference to the absolute frame, taking only the component of the photon perpendicular to the radial velocity.

(1) This transverse velocity is transmitted as a sub-speed of light signal.

(2) In effect, the photon has a mass that is being carried in a perpendicular direction at the absolute speed of the originating mass.

(3) The axial/radial velocity of the photon is equal to the local speed of light because the entire complex of the DPs composing the photon function together in a direction and manner that is resonant, reinforcing, and natural to the underlying rules which govern the conduction of FPs and their moment to moment transformation from their electrical to magnetic organization.

iv) Plotting the photon velocity vector in Cartesian coordinates:

(1) Establish a Cartesian coordinate, xyz axis, system in space that is at rest in comparison to the Dipole Sea.  

(2) Place the x axis coincident with the locus of the photon emitted by a source.

(3) Place the radial vector along that locus, with the tail of the vector at the present location in the absolute frame.

(4) The vector will have a velocity perpendicular to that radial speed of light vector.  That velocity will correspond to the absolute velocity perpendicular to the photon of the particle or system from which the photon originated.  

v) Plotting the photon velocity in Cylindrical coordinates:

(1) The radial velocity corresponds to the vr component of the velocity vector.

(2) The transverse velocity will have a è and  orientation in relationship to the r vector.

(3) The  will be always be equal to 0 in the cylindrical system.

(4) The angle with respect to an arbitrarily assigned 0 longitude will be the direction of the absolute transverse velocity.

(5) This angle shall be called the vè velocity, which is the transverse absolute velocity.

(6) Thus, the absolute velocity of the photon will be the vector addition of these two vectors.  

(7) The computation of the magnitude of the transverse velocity is as follows:

(a) The source has an absolute velocity = Velocitysource-abs

(b) The direction of the photon has an absolute direction = Vlight

(c) The angle between the source and the beam of light is èsource-light

(d) The transverse velocity of the photon/light beam is:

(i) Velocitytransverse-light  = (Sinèlight-source)(Velocitysource-abs)

k) The photon has a transverse velocity because the source has a velocity with respect to the Dipole Sea (rest frame).

i) The DPs associated with the photon are entrained with the velocity of the source at the time of its generation.

ii) The DPs thus have a kinetic velocity that is related to the velocity of the photon source.

iii) The DPs thus have a momentum perpendicular to the axis of the photon, and this momentum is carried by the kinetic energy magnetic fields surrounding the moving DPs.  

iv) Thus, the photon is comprised of a photon moving with two components.  

(1) An axial speed of light (mediated by the inductive-capacitive nature of the Dipole Sea).

(2) The transverse velocity, which is a reflection of the absolute velocity of the source as it transits the Dipole Sea and mediated by a Kinetic energy, DP Sea, charge motion, and magnetic field storage type of mechanism.