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The Uncertainty Principle and the energy concentration in space are related.  The Uncertainty Principle allows us to predict the size of a particle by knowing the mass energy of that particle.  For example, higher energy particles, and higher energy photons both occupy smaller volumes.  The Uncertainty Principle has found robust experimental confirmation, and thus strongly proved the correlation between mass and wavelength.  The fact that a particle of mass could appear over a range of space, and interact with a slit and dual slit to produce a wave-like dispersion and interference pattern, has fueled a century-long debate as to whether a mass is actually a particle or fundamentally of the nature of a wave.

The bottom line: a mass has one or more DPs which travel through the DP Sea at the velocity of the mass.  This “dragging along” of a DP through the DP Sea limits the speed of the mass to sub-luminal speeds (i.e. speeds less than that of light).   But, these Central DPs around which the masses polarize do not just travel in a linear track proportional to their kinetic energy.  The Central DPs “jump around” in a random motion within the space allowed by the Uncertainty Principle.  The amount they “jump” is proportional to their total energy, which includes their mass energy, and their kinetic energy.  And, the distance they can “jump” in a moment is smaller the more energy they have associated with their particular energetic entity.

An important consideration in understanding the mechanism by which a particle manifests its uncertainty in position is to note that particle of mass has a Central DPs that is a defect or disturbance in the perfect order of crystalline background of the Dipole Sea.  And that the particular DP that is carrying that defect can recombine with one of the other DPs in the Sea through which it is passing.  The result is the disappearance of that particular DP holding the position of the Central DP, but another DP will be immediately enrolled and separate to function at the Central DP in the next moment.

The Kinetic Energy field, and mass-energy of the particle, both pull on all the DPs within their “uncertainty volume” to recruit a new Central DP whenever an old Central DP gets too close to one of the DPs in the Sea, and reassumes its role as one of the DPs in the background of the Sea.  As soon as this new Central DP is enrolled, it is carried along to the next increment of space commensurate with its mass and kinetic energy.  This process of annihilation and recruitment occurs at each moment, and leaves the point of focus of the mass indefinite, as per the rules of space.  Those rules limit the a mass’s spatial Uncertainty to an amount equal to the criteria of h/2 = Dx Dp.

Next we ask the question “What is the nature of the concentration of energy that allows particles and waves to manifest the characteristics of the other in sufficiently extreme conditions?”

As described above, energy is stored in space by the ordering of DPs in various ways.  Examples of such ordering include: 1) an increase in the concentration of positive or negative DPs in a space, 2) an ordering of the DP magnetic poles so as to create a net magnetic polar alignment among a group of DPs, 3) An alternation of concentration of positive and negative DPs and/or magnetic poles in a space, and 4) the presence of a positive or negative DP as a defect in the resting undisturbed state of the Dipole Sea.  The greater the order, the more closely opposed the polarities of positive and negative, or concentration and rarification, the greater the amount of energy represented by this “order”.  

A photon exhibits a wavelike variation in the type of concentration of DPs over its wavelength.  For example, along its longitude, the dominant “order-type” may vary from background random DP organization, to Positive E Field, to North oriented Magnetic Field, to Negative E field, to South oriented Magnetic Field, and a return to background random DP organization.  And when the photon or wave has a higher frequency, or shorter wavelength, that photon/wave has a greater energy density due to its greater concentration of order into a smaller space.  

The photon is primarily a wave, but it expresses itself as a particle in that it is a packet of energy (composed of different types of order) propagating through the DP Sea.  A photon travels only at the (local) speed of light because there is no Central DP which it must “drag along”.

A particle of mass is primarily a particle (with some wave-like characteristics).  It is a distinctly different class of energy from the photon, which is primarily a wave (with some particle-like characteristics).  The particle of mass has a rest mass, whereas the photon has zero rest mass.  The photon is only a disturbance in the DP Sea without having a permanent defect which makes the Sea asymmetric with respect to charge over the volume of the mass.  The photon is composed only of DPs that are correlated in field orientation of various types that exist within a packet of waxing and waning concentration.  

Thus, a photon is a disturbance in the Dipole Sea that cannot exist without movement.  An essential aspect of the photon is that it is a disturbance in the resting state of the Dipole Sea, this disturbance had an origin in both space and time, and this origin involved movement.  A photon will not arise from a static field.  There must be a break in the symmetry of a static field to produce movement, and once initiated, information about this movement will propagate through the Dipole Sea at the natural rate of communication between particles.  

A photon, or any other wave-like disturbance, is a message, information, and such information is never lost, its life is eternal.  The photon is a message about movement, but a message of a particular type.  Typically photons generate from the loss of energy when a mass transits from one state to the next.  For example, a pair-annihilation (electron and position collision) is a type of transition between states, and the transition is so complete that the mass and its kinetic energy are totally turned into photons.  Note that the motion prior to the annihilation included the Absolute kinetic energy of one particle, plus the Absolute kinetic energy of the other.  The collision will produce two photons traveling in opposite directions (when viewing the collision from the frame of the center of mass of the particles), and the resultant photons will retain both the mass energy, kinetic energy, and direction of the incident particles.

Thus, the photon is a package of energy, organized in a wavelike variation in types of electromagnetic order.  Because the photon was born with a motion and a direction, it will continue in that direction, but it will only travel at the characteristic speed of light for the medium.  This “only the speed of light”, and “no rest mass” nature follows naturally from the properties of the Dipole Sea.  The directionality of photons, the pervasive pattern of the conservation of energy (equivalence of order) throughout all physical interactions, the equivalent, balanced, and logical cause effect nature of all interactions, and the origin of the photon with a directional motion, implies that the photon will continue propagating an equivalent “order” from one location in the Dipole Sea to the next in the direction of it origin, and at the natural conduction rate of the Sea, which is the local speed of light.

The photon has some of the properties of mass, such as the ability to carry energy, and impart velocity to a mass.  But, this fact does not give the photon “mass” in the same sense as a rest mass particle, which can retain the property of inertia when at rest in an unstressed Sea.

Besides its distribution of charge and magnetic field, the primary distinction between a particle with rest-mass and a photon is that the rest-mass has within its structure an unpaired positive or negative DP.  

Particles with rest mass and charge, such as the electron and positron, are distinguished from a photon in that rest mass has an unpaired negative or positive DP internal to its structure.  The proton, positive pion, and negative pion are more complex structures, but still clearly have a net positive or net negative DP present in their structure.  

The neutron and neutral pion do not have a charge, but still exhibit the properties of mass.  Thus, the complex internal structures such as the quarks comprising the Neutron and pion, probably contain both positive and negative DPs, separated out sufficiently so as to avoid canceling each other out, and thus able to exhibit the rest-mass type of inertia effects.  The positive and negative DPs maintain their separation in the DP Sea due to the quantum mechanical barriers that allows these very slightly separated DP charges to exist in close proximity without mutual annihilation.

The net movement (change of distance over time) of unpaired charge is the characteristic feature that gives mass its ability to create a Kinetic Energy Field proportional to its velocity.  The neutral particles (e.g. neutron and pion) are able to carry kinetic energy with their mass because such particles have both a free positive and negative DP within the same particle of mass.  The free Central DPs within these complex particles are separated sufficiently so as to not recombine and annihilate into a photon or decay into smaller particles for a period of time (i.e. for the characteristic half life of such a particle).  

Thus, the presence of positive and negative DPs, separated out from the charge-neutral DP Sea, and traveling through the DP Sea with the mass’s velocity, produces the effect of “charge movement”.  This separation between charges, and the movement of those separated charges, are both fundamental conditions necessary to support the formation of a Kinetic Energy Field around a moving mass.

The approach of a moving DP, through the Sea of positive and negative DPs, is detected as a change in E field.  This new force causes movement in the DP Sea in response to the moving DP.  As the moving DP passes a space, the rate of change of E field goes to a maximum.  At the point just past the closes point of trajectory, the rate of change of the E field reverses (i.e. it was building hence positive rate of change, and it is falling after the DP passes the point of minimum distance.  

The rate of change of E field translates to a B field that goes to a maximum in intensity at the closest point, and then immediately reverses direction at the point just past the point of closest trajectory.

The result of this is that the B field is building up strength as the particle gets closer, but as the B field increases, that rate of change creates an E field.  That is, the DPs in the space where the B field is building up are developing an E field that pushes in the opposite direction against the advance of the charged particle.  

And, when the moving Charge passes that closest point in space to the point of measurement, the B field will be at its maximum.  And, when the B field reverses, the rate of change will be the highest, creating an E field that will push in the direction of advancement.  

Thus, the B field rises in the volume of space into which the charge is advancing, and it falls in the volume of space from which it is receding.  The result is that the DPs mediating the rise in B field, emit a directional E field opposing the advance of the moving charge.  And, the DPs mediating the fall of the B field, emit a directional E field supporting the advance of the moving charge.

If there were not an increment of time differential separating the two forces, there would be no movement, since the forces are opposite and equal.  And, this is exactly the case; at the time of particle/mass/charge acceleration, there was a force imbalance, and in effect the space behind the mass was occupied by a larger E field, and it acted on the particle an increment of time before the space in front of the charge reacted to its movement.  Thus, there is a momentary lag in the force applied to the leading edge of the particle, allowing the force behind the particle to move it prior to the force in front to oppose it.  The net effect is a particle that moves, but does not accelerate or decelerate.

The Uncertainty principle predicts that the position of the particle will be indeterminate to a degree dependent upon its total energetic content, which would include its mass and momentum.  The fact of the particle’s dependence upon the total energy in the particle gives it the ability to exhibit a wave-like behavior in special circumstances.  

Having the Kinetic Energy (non-mass) portion of the moving particle’s energy exhibit wave-like behavior makes sense because the more rapidly the particle moves (i.e. higher velocity particle) the higher the energy of the E field and B field polarization around the moving mass.  And, in concordance with the predictions of the Uncertainty Principle, the higher velocity particle must concentrate its kinetic energy into a smaller volume to be able to return the accelerating and decelerating force to the particle at each moment.  This effect is in part due to the distance limits placed on these forces which can only act at the local speed of light.  Thus, high Kinetic Energy particles will be moving much faster, and the E field and B field signals will have less time to travel in and out before the particle moves on, thus the effective volume with which it can communicate is reduced, and its wavelength is correspondingly reduced.

This Uncertainty in position of a particle, and its resultant effective wavelength, is also based upon the fact that the Central DP (around which the DP Sea polarizes and stores the energy of mass) can pair with and annihilate another DP of opposite polarity in the Sea.  Thus, the Central DP will disappear by associating tightly with a DP of opposite polarity, leaving all the organization of DP charge-layering without a central foci.  This will induce another DP to “pop out” and become the new Central DP in a different location.  The new Central DP will arise within the size domain of the particle of mass as governed by the distance computed in the Uncertainty Principle: Dx Dp = h/2.

The net result is that the center of mass will move around within a certain distance due to this annihilation and reformation of the Central DP.  And, as a result of this phenomenon, and the fact that a moving particle has a Kinetic Energy Field of a certain magnitude (which likewise is subject to the Uncertainty size restrictions due to its momentum), the entirety of the particle may appear within the boundaries of the mass-Kinetic Energy field.  

It is by this mechanism that the Uncertainty Principle produces the phenomenon of the de Broglie wavelength for a moving particle.  The stored Kinetic Energy of the particle and its mass distribute over a volume.  The particle of mass reveals its wavelike nature when it interacts with other particles under circumstances that magnify this property.

The single and dual-slit interferometry experiments give an indication of the underlying potential wavelike-nature, or wavelike-interaction, of the electron.  This does not prove that the electron is a wave, but rather that the underlying structure of the electron can interact with other particles in a way that produces effects which have a wavelike property.  

Electrons passing through a single slit with a width related to the wavelength of a high velocity electron will interact with the slit and produces a wavelike distribution of “hits” on the target behind the slit.  This experiment gives evidence of the electron and its kinetic energy interacting in a way that reflects the particle’s wavelike distribution over a volume along the locus of its linear path.

The results of the dual-slit interferometry experiments show that particles interfere with themselves.  In other words, when a particle moves through space, the extent of the space that carries the information about the particle’s mass and velocity (i.e. Kinetic Energy) is distributed over a diameter of at least the spacing between the two slits of a dual slit interferometer.  This resolves the question of the particle and wavelike nature of an electron.  It can clearly coalesce to a point with a focus of action, but its influence can be seen over a range that corresponds to its Kinetic Energy.  Thus, the wave-particle paradox is resolved by simply recognizing the underlying DP nature of the electron, and how the substructure of the electron behaves under different conditions.