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Quantum Mechanics Concepts:

Quantum Mechanics: The body of phenomenon which appear discontinuous. In particular, the foundational Quantum Phenomena is that there are allowed values of orbital angular momentum, which are equal to integer multiples of Planck’s Constant/2ð = n(ħ), and spin angular momentum equal to Planck’s Constant/4ð = n(ħ/2). The study of Black Body radiation was the phenomenon which gave the initial birth to the concept of increments of allowable photonic energy. The energy gap between allowable photon energies was related to Planck’s constant. The allowable energies of the electron orbitals of a particular atom are related to Planck’s constant. The Schroedinger Wave Equation gives an indication as to how the orbitals and nucleus interact to produce the effect of the allowable orbitals. Thus, the only increments of light, the allowed photonic energies, that can be emitted from a gas stimulated by an electric arc are those that drop between allowed orbitals; these increments of energy between allowed orbitals are the “shell drops”.

Planck’s Constant: The smallest unit of energy-time allowed by physical law. The concept of Energy is related to the amount of order (compression and rarification) of the Dipole Sea concentration compared to the order of the Resting DP Sea. The processing of sequential increments of information passed between DPs and Matrix points creates the concept of Time. The limitation of Planck’s constant as the fundamentally smallest energy packet that can be formed at each moment indicates that the total order created by the electric and magnetic fields emanating from the electron at each moment is a multiple of Planck’s constant. The energy/order created by an electron during an increment of time is conserved throughout its transit through space. This energy is spread out over the surface of the ever-expanding sphere of influence of the individual electron, and no increment of energy carried by a unit area of the sphere will ever be less than the Planck’s constant increment of energy normalized to the “moment” unit of time. This principle tightly connects with the quantum mechanical concept of the randomness of the materialization of the Central DP in a unit of mass. The organizing energy of a radiating charge will “pixilate” at a sufficient distance from its source, which means that at some radius, the sphere will be so large that every increment of area on the E field influence-sphere will have less than one Planck unit of energy-time associated with it. Thus, the available unit of energy-time will migrate over its domain (the area where no other pixel of Planck unit energy-time will manifest due to the large size of the total area of the influence sphere’s expansion) in a manner similar to the Uncertainty migration of the Central DP of an electron mass.

Shell Drop: The energetic difference between two orbital quantum states. The energy lost by the orbital electron is an even integral multiple of h/2ð. The energy is absorbed as an angular momentum by a nearby Dipole Particle (an annihilated Electron and Positron). The DP then retreats from the point of shell drop in the direction of the conservation of momentum (tangent to the orbital) at the local speed of light. The orbital can likewise absorb a quantum of energy from a photon of this wavelength, and raising the energy of the orbital electron to the quantum state associated with this total angular momentum.

Shell Drop: The drop in orbital electron angular momentum associated with an orbital electron annihilating with a DP-Positron (polarized by the nucleus). The old Orbital-electron becomes a photon with the DP-Positron. The old DP-Electron becomes the new Orbital Electron. The process of losing orbital energy to produce a photon is referred to as a Shell Drop.

Planck’s Constant and the Quanta of Angular Momentum: Angular momentum is momentum (mass with a velocity) that changes direction from linear in a manner subject to a force that effectively acts as if it is at the center of a circle of radius r. The unit of angular momentum is the Joule-second, and thus has the same units as Planck’s constant. There appears to be a connection with Planck’s constant and angular momentum because of the similarity of units. But, since Planck’s constant governs the energy content of all interactions linear and angular (deBroglie Wavelength, photon packet size, uncertainty, etc.) it is necessary to recognize that the quantum of angular momentum is simply one of the types of energy that is governed to fall within the allowable increments of energy that space can hold during its smallest increment of time increments (the moment).

Linear momentum: p = mv

Angular Momentum: l = mvr

l = angular momentum

m = mass

v = velocity

r = radius

Allowed States: These are the states of orbital angular momentum that are allowed by the rules of Quantum Mechanics. These rules are established by God, the Great Designer, and followed perfectly by the Particles and Points. The rules of Quantum Mechanics are applicable to the orbital systems only. The appearance of linear wavelength is a fiction associated with the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.

Rule of Annihilation: When a DP-Electron or DP-Positron collides with a “Real Electron” or “Real Positron” the collision produces a new DP in the location of that collision. The remaining DP-Electron or DP-Positron becomes real. The New Real Particle retains, and carries, the angular or linear momentum of the original particle, unless a quantum has been lost to a photon emission as occurs in the Electron Shell drop. The Rule of Annihilation is responsible for the conservation of energy in the annihilation context. Annihilation is the underlying phenomenon in tunneling phenomenon, which are seen in the Field Effect Transistors, Tunneling Electron Microscope, DeBroglie Wavelength, Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, and the Probability distribution of the electron position as predicted by the Schrödinger Wave Equation.

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle: This concept is a fictional/artifactual concept in terms of being an actual phenomenon governing the position of particles. The implication is that there really isn’t a velocity or a position at which a particle or a wave actually exists. But, the fact is that Particles have a position, angular momentum, and a velocity which is Absolute. The Absolute Frame, the set of all Matrix Points, is the standard by which an Absolute Position is measured. When another particle interacts with that Particle, and there is an attempt to measure the Absolute position, then there is going to be a modification of the position of the Particle. Thus, it will appear that the position or the velocity of the measured particle is indeterminate, but in fact the particle’s velocity and speed has simply been disturbed in a manner that reveals results consistent with the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.

DeBroglie Wavelength: Another one of the foundational concepts of Quantum Mechanics. The DeBroglie Wavelength is likewise an artifact.

Frame of Reference: The point at which the observer sits and watches an interaction of any sort. The ordinate is defined at this point, the place where the distance is defined as zero in as many dimensions as are desired to define the space. E.g. in the Absolute Frame of Reference, every Matrix Point is at rest with respect to the ordinate point. In a Relative Frame of Reference, the ordinate point is any at any desired location. The Relative Frame Ordinate will usually be in motion compared to the Absolute Frame. This concept is central to the Theory of Absolutes, that there is an Absolute Frame, and that Absolute Velocity produces an Absolute Magnetic Field.

Particle Trading: The Dipole Particles are electrons and positrons, stripped of their spin. As a result, they are combined as bare spirit points, exhibiting only the effects of charge. Under the influence of charges (such as the nucleus of an atom), the DP is polarized so that the DP-Positron is repelled and the DP-electron is attracted to the nucleus. As a result of the separation, and the presence of the DP-Positrons in the region of the electron orbital, it is possible for the orbital-electron to collide with the DP-positron and annihilate. The effect is for the DP-electron to “trade places” and become the orbital electron. The lost angular momentum associated with the dropping of orbital radius is transmitted to the new DP-Positron & old Orbital-Electron combination (which is now a DP). The new DP acquires the differential of angular momentum lost by the orbital drop, and then transmits that angular momentum as a photon, transmitting that energy at the local speed of light.

Tunneling-Effect: Whenever a Particle (electron or positron) is traveling through space, there is a certainty that eventually an opposite polarity of a DP will collide with the Particle. For example: consider the electron-positron combination at the center of the neutron; one of the two will eventually combine with an electron or positron and the particle will be displaced outside of the normal bounds of the neutron. As a result, the extra neutron-electron could escape as a beta particle, the neutron would return to being a proton, and a neutrino would carry away the extra ½ħ of spin lost when the neutron reverted to being a proton.

Basic Principles Summary |

Outline of Concepts |

Overview of Concepts |

Glossary |

Field Shell Concept |

Force Particle Concept |

B Field Concepts |

Dynamic EM Fields |

Search Site |

Personal History |

Political Philosophy |

Acknowledgements |

Mass Energy Summary |

Theory Summary |

Origin of Good and Evil |

Neutral Space |

Force Particles 2 |

Force |

Time 2 |

Time 3 |

Grid Points |

Acceleration |

Energy 2 |

Kinetic Energy 2 |

Kinetic Energy 3 |

Kinetic Energy 4 |

Kinetic Energy 5 |

Kinetic Energy 7 |

Kinetic Energy 8 |

Momentum & KE |

Momentum, KE & Inertia |

Speed of Light 2 |

Photon Velocity |

Force Particle Velocity |

Mass 2 |

Mass 3 |

Mass 4 |

Mass & Fields |

Two Wires with Current |

Dynamic Magnetic Fields |

Current Flow |

Fields & Moving Charge |

Moving Charge Effects |

Magnetic Induction |

Lenz's Law |

Field Energy |

Sub-Nuclear Forces |

The Strong Force |

Special Relativity & MMX |

Sound and Light Compared |

Photon Structure |

Photon Emission |

Photon Capture |

Photon Reflection |

Refracted Light |

Polarized Light |

Diffraction |

Interference |

Photon Scattering |

Wave Particle Duality 4 |

Big Bang & Momentum |

Photon Generation |

Allowed Orbitals |

Spectral Line Emission |

Laser Light Emission |

Blackbody Radiation |

Particle Decay |

Pair Annihilation |

Cherenkov Radiation |

Photon Generation 1 |

Particle Decay & Relativity |

Pair Annihilation 2 |

Cherenkov in Space |

Photon Absorption |

Pair Production |

Pair Production 2 |

Pair Production 3 |

Photon Reflection in Depth |

Photon Metallic Reflection |

Electron-Crystal Reflection |

Photon Reflection 1 |

Refractive Phenomena |

Refraction 2 |

Compton Scattering |

Wave Particle Duality 2 |

Wave Particle Duality 3 |

Dipole Sea Structure |

Dipole Sea & Ether Theory |

Dipole Sea & Energy Xfer |

FP Spheres & Charge Motion |

Battery Energy Storage |

Electromagnetic Concepts 2 |

Magnetic Permeablity |

Collison & Reference Frame |

Momentum, Inertia, & Momentum |

Mu Epsilon of Space |

Electron & DP Sea |

B Field from Electron Velocity |

Gyroscope |

The Inverse Square Law 2 |

Evolution vs. Creation |

Entropy |

Particles Complexes & Spirit |

EMG Interactions |

Summary of Concepts |

Particles & Fields |

Dipole Sea Particles 4 |

Local Light Speed |

Parallel Universes |

Quantum Jumps |

Quark Theory |

Fermions & Bosons |

Neutron Structure |

Neutrinos |

Subatomic Structure |

Neutrino Theory |

Quark Theory 2 |

Time Dilation 2 |

Light - Mass Interaction |

Orbital Superconductivity |

Orbital Uncertainty |

Electron Mass Persistence |

Dual Slit Interferometry |

Wave Particle Duality |

Uncertainty Principle2 |

DeBroglie Wavelength |

Lesson 1 |

Lesson 2 |

Lesson 3 |

Lesson 4 |

Ecumenical Solution |

Basic Principles Summary |

Outline of Concepts |

Overview of Concepts |

Glossary |

Field Shell Concept |

Force Particle Concept |

B Field Concepts |

Dynamic EM Fields |

Field Shell Concept |

Force Particle Concept |

B Field Concepts |

Dynamic EM Fields |

Field Shell Concept |

Force Particle Concept |

B Field Concepts |

Dynamic EM Fields |