Alright, I finally have this solved so that I can equalize the Pair Production with Pair Annihilation.
The resolution also gives us more in the fact that the neutrino is a form of the photon.
We start with the basic unit of charge which is the magnetic monopole of either 1M- or 1M+. The neutrino begins at 2 eV kinetic energy and so the most simple and fundamental particle is the electron-neutrino which is represented as a Double Transverse Wave as this:
Now we derive the next fundamental particle with the addition of one more M and each M represents 1eV of kinetic energy. The next fundamental particle is this in DTW theory:
M- M- M+
and it has 3 eV kinetic energy.
Now we add a 4th M then a 5th M and a 6th M etc etc and like a pinwheel we add more M's to this Double Transverse Wave structure. So the 4th M looks like this:
M- M- M+ M+
and the 5th M looks like this:
2M- M- M+ M+
Now as we add more and more M's, nothing really happens much except when the M's get up into the millions of M's, because the lowest photon has a E electric charge in it and the E charge begins with the electron at 0.5 x 10^6 eV.
So once we have the M's on the double transverse waves with millions of eV kinetic energy, then we have a electron created. Surprisingly we do not yet have a photon created since once the M's add up to 0.5 MeV, the M's form the first E, electric charge, and where the M's of positive or negative M charge readily convert to either + or - M charge.
1.25*10^5M- 1.25*10^5M- 1.25*10^5M+ 1.25*10^5M+
converts to approximately this: 0.5*10^6M- 1M- 1M+ 1M+ which converts to this:
E- M- M+
The very big surprise in this is that the electron is more primitive than even the photon. Because the photon requires two E charges of + and - E charges.
The hierarchy of kinetic energy is that the neutrino is the lowest, then comes the electron once the M's have reached a quantity of 0.5*10^6 eV then an electron is borne.
Once the quantity of M's reaches 1*10^6 eV then both a E- and E+ is borne and we have our first photon of a radio wave photon, we keep on adding more M's until we reach the M's having 938 MeV of M's which yields our first proton borne.
Now I am able to show how Pair Production equal Pair Annihilation.
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