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Relativity

Speed of Light

& the Structure of the Universe

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

One of the most troublesome aspects of modern physics is the Theory of Relativity. It has turned conventional Newtonian physics on its head and made it clear that we live in a world where the speed of an object modifies the space it occupies. The classic consideration is the clock that goes on a trip to Alpha Centauri on a rocket ship going close to the speed of light. On earth the clocks advance 8 years, while on the clock on the rocket ship, the time had advanced only a few hours, days, or months.

The resolution of this problem is easy using the Theory of Absolutes postulates, namely that space is modified by the motion of charges through it. The relevant velocity in this consideration is the Absolute Velocity of a particle in relationship to the background Dipole Sea. When a particle moves through the Dipole Sea, its movement produces a B Field. That is, it produces a cylindrically shaped magnetic field located around the path of the charged particle. The faster the charged particle goes, the greater the magnetic field, resulting in a more polarized Dipole field in that space. Ordinary mass is simply a combination of electrons and positrons; as a result, when mass is accelerated it will produce an increase in the E & B Field load carried by the DPs in that space. And, as the velocity of an atom or an electron is increased toward the speed of light, the speed of light diminishes in that local space.

Einstein’s Theory of Relativity makes it clear that the speed of light is the only standard by which we can measure length/distance. So, if the yardstick shrinks, and everything in the room shrinks too you can’t tell that you’ve shrunk if you are inside the room. The only way of telling that something happened is to do something like placing a clock in a space, and then take it out of that space later and see how much time was lost by being in that space compared to an unmoved clock.

We can do this experiment by sending a pulse of light through a Bose-Einstein Condensate. The speed of light changes inside the condensate has been measured at only a few miles an hour. So, we must ask, why does the speed of light change so much? And the answer is that the speed of light is dependent on the amount of EM stress on a space. The ì and å of a space are very high because the particles in a Bose Einstein Condensate are very close together. Thus, the effect is to simply modify the DP Sea greatly by never being very far from a particle. The 1/r² diminishment of the E & B fields emitted by each of the particles never drops off much before it rises due to getting closer to another particle.

As the Dipole Sea becomes more polarized, the electrical permittivity (å) attains a higher value. Likewise, the magnetic permeability (ì) of space increases, as reflected by the increased magnetic polarization of the Dipoles. The speed of light is quantified by the equation, c = 1/√ìå. Of course, it is unlikely that space itself computes the speed of light by using an equation. Rather, in some way the increased polarization of the Dipole Sea, both electrically and magnetically, have reduced the rate at which the messages are relayed through the Dipole Sea. In other words, more signal held by the DPs, then less distance passed by the Dipole Sea.***

a) Spherical relationship between the Axial and Transverse speed of light.

i) Recapitulating, FPs only travel at the local speed of light, and increase their energy in the direction of travel by increasing frequency.

(1) The Transverse vector velocity is an independent process carried by the DPs as a kinetic .

(2) The FPs associated with the local DPs that are emitted in a 360 distribution, and each of the emissions is independent of the one next to it. The FPs associated with the DPs and their perpendicular propagation are going to create a kinetic, mass-type of magnetic field associated with the bulk movement of this packet of DPs.

(3) No FPs travel at any other speed than the local speed of light. The total velocity of the photon is equal to the vector addition of two vectors at 90, the radial photonic speed of light, plus the absolute transverse speed of light.

(4) Relativistic effects would be produced according to the absolute velocity of the mass. The reason for the change in and in the space of a mass traveling at an absolute velocity approaching c is due to the increase in the amount of FPs compressed into a local area by the velocity of the mass.

(5) The compression of DPs into a smaller space will change the characteristic rate of particle conduction in that volume of space. Thus, if conducting experiments, such as how which as a result changes the rate at which natural oscillations occur, and the distance that light travels in such a space where the inductive and capacitive effects of the space are altered.

(6) For the Force Particle projected from a source moving at 180 away from a target at rest with respect to the Dipole Sea, the FPs comprising the photon are extended out, and the speed of the source is essentially subtracted from the velocity of the source (although the velocity of the FPs is still exactly equal to the local speed of light). The photon’s structure is merely lengthened, which is interpreted as being a lower energy photon.

(7) Every FP radiates from a source, follows a radial path, and travels at the local speed of light. All effects of local velocity, and target velocity are independent from the source and its emission of FPs. All effects, such as the storage of kinetic energy around a moving charge, and the sideways phase velocity of a photon, are all effects that arise after the FPs have been emitted. The FPs interact with the local media, absorbing and reemitting them after the appropriate delays.

(8) The sideways propagation associated with the kinetic energy of a moving charge, is a force that pushes the DPs forward and backward. The DPs in axial orientation to the moving charge distance that each FP travels each Moment is dependent upon the inductive and capacitive nature of the medium. The velocity of the originating particle does not change the axial distance that the FP travels each moment. But, the velocity of the DP does create a changing E field in the space around the locus of the DPs travel, which creates a B field surrounding the locus of the moving particle. This velocity-induced magnetic field then propagates outward affecting the magnetic orientation of other DPs along its track. The velocity components of its radial and cylindrical velocity are carried as information. The polarization of the DPs associated with movement is the form in which kinetic energy is stored in the Sea. The DPs absorb the incoming FPs, and then change the emission of their own FPs in response to the FPs that arrive. A DP that has a velocity will be putting out FPs that polarize the DPs due to its velocity.

b) Electrical and Magnetic interrelationship.

i) When the DPs discharge magnetically, they produce an electrical polarization.

ii) When DPs discharge electrically, they create a magnetic polarization.

iii) The movement of charge magnetically polarizes space.

iv) The change in the magnetic polarization of space moves charge.

v) The reason for this inverse effect is the intermingled effect of magnetic randomness as the natural state of an undisturbed magnetic volume, and interspersed charge as the natural discharged state of the Dipole Sea.

vi) The key to the chirality (handedness of the magnetic field) is the magnetic directionalilty of the positive and negative DPs in response to charge movement.

vii) Positive charge movement (produces a magnetic field orientation around it that is right handed rule, vs. negative charge movement which is left handed rule. There is no difference in the direction of the magnetic field produced by a positive charge flowing opposite to a negative charge current, thus the symmetry of the question as to whether holes or electrons flow in a conductor. But, if a positive and negative current both flow in the same direction, their fields would be in opposite directions.

viii) The reason for this chirality is the direction that DPs point when they move. Positive charges point in a right handed manner when moving away from a moving positive charge, and vice versa for the negative DPs going toward the flowing positive charge.

c) The first question to be answered is then, “How does the moving E field generate a chirally oriented B field?”

i) Negative and positive charges always move in the perpendicular direction to the direction of the force of the incoming E field. The differential effect (B=-dE/dt) is produced as seen by the fact that the faster the rate of change of the E field, the less time there will be for the B field to relax due to the local disalignment forces.

d) The second half of the question is then, “How does the rotation of the magnetic polar axis of a DP generate an E field?”

i) When the aligned B field relaxes and the DPs’ magnetic pole rotates, it automatically generates an E field perpendicular to its right or left handed rotation. The direction of the rotation depends on its pole type. The rate of disalignment is dependent upon how quickly the E field rises or falls depends on how fast the B field is driven to rotate.

(1) In a rotating system such as a generator being driven by a turbine, the magnetic pole moves past a wire.

(2) In an EM wave, the E field moves the charges, which automatically rotates the polar field.

e) Thus, there are two electromagnetic effects: an electrical effect on magnetism, and a magnetic effect on electrical charge.

i) When electrical charge moves, it affects magnetic pole orientation in the space around that flow of current.

(1) This effect arises because of the de-randomization of the magnetic poles of the DPs of space when an E field changes.

(2) The constant movement of charge past a point is required to produce a new steady state field.

(3) A single charge moving past a point would simply produce a rise and fall in magnetic field intensity.

ii) ??? *** When magnetic fields change, (such as rotating a magnet pole past a wire) that change in magnetic field in the wire causes its electrical charges to move.

(1) This effect arises because when a magnetic field moves, the particles holding magnetic poles will be affected. Some by their attraction and some with repulsion.

(2) Given that positive charges move one direction, and negative charges move the opposite direction, this implies that there is either a rule, or secondary effect, which has caused the positive and negative charge to move in a different direction depending on the charge of the current.

(3) This rule of behavior would also produce the differences in electrical current flow induced by the changing magnitude of a B Field.

f) A positively charged current will produce a field with a different magnetic alignment than a negatively charged current. Restated, the magnetic field will be oriented differently, depending on current type, around a wire or electron/positron beam.

g) Thus, the properties of magnetic and electric force quantified by Maxwell’s equations appear because of the commands of the Force Particles as they interact with the DPs in various conditions.

h) The Gravity Force is likewise a vector property of the Force Particle, of the same rank as the electrical and magnetic force vector.

i) The Gravity Force always points in the direction of origin of the emanating DP.

ii) The Gravity vector causes every other DP to move toward it.

i) In summary, the Force Particles are emitted by DPs, and act on other DPs to produce the effect of electric, magnetic, and gravitic force.

i) The Force Particles travel straight from the point of origin, and are remitted by every particle originating speed of light.

ii) All DPs emit their own Force Particles which constructively or destructively interfere with all the Force Particles in the quantum of space monitored by each DP.

iii) The result is that every DP is controlled by the summation of commands by all the Force Particles that interact within that quantum of volume monitored by each DP.

iv) The result is the movement of individual and aggregate DP structures, which in turn manifest the summation forces and structures of mass, wave, and field phenomena.

v) The quantitized nature of the monitoring volume of the DPs reflects on the more macro-subatomic level with particulate phenomenon such as the photoelectric effect.

vi) Likewise, the non-mass, wave phenomena such as interference and refraction arise from the same underlying particle components (DPs and FPs).

vii) The name “Force Particle” is coined in honor of Richard Feynman who used the term “Virtual Photons” in his theory of Quantum Electrodynamics (QED).

viii) The spherical emanation of the virtual charges emitted from each DP each moment provides the basis for the inverse square effect of the Force Particles on a unit area at increasing distance.

ix) The Uncertainty Principle arises from this underlying structure and is reflected by the fact that the greater the amount of energy held by a particle (DP or complex particle; as velocity, field, or mass), the greater the cross section of space that energetic concentration will have.

x) The underlying structure, the DP which is holding isolated charge, will be unique at each moment, and hence the summation of the complex particle will be likewise unique and uncertain based upon the complexities of this chaotic micro-system.

xi) The uncertainty in position of a velocity holding DP has been quantified in terms of its relationship to the amount of momentum it holds by Planck’s constant.

xii) The uncertainty is related to the fundamental quantum of volume defined by the Grid Points.

(1) The Uncertainty relationship is: p = x∙ħ (p = momentum, x = position, ħ = Planck’s Constant). This same relationship can be converted into the relationship between energy and the localization of that energy by the same equation. In the case of non-velocity energy such as a field or a mass, the localization of the mass as the point of charge defect becomes the variable which has a localization, and the total mass energy is the determinant of how much variability it experiences.

· Virtual Electric Force: The Virtual Charges are one aspect of the Force Particle. The Virtual Charge may possess the property of either positive or negative Virtual Charge. The Force Particles communicate their charge polarity with the DPs in their environment by coding their source type in the Force Particle. The DPs that are intersected by the Force Particles will move in accordance to the polar relationship of the Force Particle to the DP.

o Opposite polarity will produce movement of the DP in the direction of the incoming Force Particle.

o Like polarity will produce repulsion; movement of the target DP in the direction away from the origin of the Force Particle.

· Virtual Magnetic Force: The Virtual Magnet is another property of the Force Particles, and is carried along with the Virtual Charge and Virtual Gravity force vectors.

o The Force Particles emanate from the DP, and carry the property of the Virtual Magnet radially from each Dipole Particle; the orientation of the Virtual Magnet is unique to each polar point of emanation from the DP.

o We shall define the North Pole è = 0, the equator è = 90, and the South Pole è = 180; with all incremental degrees for è in between. Thus, the Virtual Magnets are emitted exerting a force at a different angle from every point around the DP.

o The VMs emitted at 0 leave the North Pole pointing their N pole in exactly the direction of the N pole of the DP.

o The VMs emitted at 90 go out along the equator, and point down at 180. The VMs emitted at the 180, at the South Pole, are emitted traveling out at 180 but pointing back in at 0.

o The 45 VMs travel out radially but the VM N pole is pointing outward at 90.

o The 135 VMs travel out pointing back in at 90.

· Virtual Gravity Force: The Virtual Gravitons are the third aspect of the Force Particle. The Virtual Gravitic force points only in one direction. It is a force vector pointing in the direction of the emanating DP. The Virtual Graviton when it strikes the cross section of receptivity of the surrounding DPs will cause movement toward the emanating DP. And of course, since all DPs emit the Virtual Gravitons, the attraction will be mutual. The force of the Virtual Graviton is 10-39 th of the strength of the Virtual Charges, thus it will be insignificant in many small scale particle interactions. Every Force Particle released by a DP will have the same Virtual Gravity Force regardless of the charge or the magnetic orientation. The variation of the Virtual Gravitic Force will be a unique vector direction for every Force Particle.

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 |

Time Dilation 2 |

Time Dilation 2 |