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Topic: problems and issues to fight with Chapt13.4091 Summary of DTW theory
#1061 New Physics #1181 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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problems and issues to fight with Chapt13.4091 Summary of DTW theory
#1061 New Physics #1181 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Dec 5, 2012 3:07 PM
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In single-transverse wave theory there are only 2 poles shaped like an
L of the E and B waves. In double-transverse wave theory there are 4
poles
shaped like this:

__|__
|

Shaped like the diagonals of a square.


Now I still have a lot of problems and issues to resolve. For
instance the rest-mass particles are asymmetrical and have 3 of the 4
poles with M's whereas the photon has 4 of the 4 poles and symmetrical
of the M's.

So the photon is this
E-
M- M+
E+

yet the electron is this:
E-
M- M+

The hydrogen atom has rest-mass so can it be so symmetrical as this:

The lowest hydrogen atom:
0.5*10^6M-
469.25*10^6M-              469.25*10^6M+
0.5*10^6M+

Or should the hydrogen atom be more like this:??                 
   0.5*10^6M-
938*10^6M+               0.25*10^6M-
where the 0.25*10^6M- represents the electron-neutrino

So I still have a lot of problems, and the summary was far too
premature.

Now a fact of good note is the fact that the electron travels almost
the speed of light even though it has rest-mass, and I am guessing
that in the accelerators the proton can be made to travel almost the
speed of light. These are good facts because as we get the electron to
travel near the speed of light, what we are doing is adding M's to the
vacant 4th pole and making the electron to be almost like the photon
of its 4 pole occupancy.

Now another fact that is helpful to DTW theory is the fact of overlap.
I mentioned earlier that the electron is more primitive than the
photon since it has only 3 poles to the 4 poles occupancy of the
photon. But the photon is more primitive than the electron because it
starts out with its lowest photon far smaller in complexity than the
lowest electron. But there is an overlap because the most energetic
photon of gamma rays can be has high as 10 MeV whereas the electron
lowest of low electrons is not much more than 1 MeV.

lowest of low photons, a radio wave photon
0.5*10^6M-
1M-                       1M+
0.5*10^6M+
next lowest photon
0.5*10^6M-
2M-                       2M+
0.5*10^6M+
next lowest photon
0.5*10^6M-
3M-                       3M+
0.5*10^6M+
lowest electron, a electron at rest-mass
0.5*10^6M-
0.25*10^6M-          0.25*10^6M+
lowest proton, a proton at rest-mass
469*10^6M-         469*10^6M+
0.5*10^6M+

So I need to resolve this issue of when the particle is asymmetrical
and has only 3 poles with M's and when the particle is symmetrical
with all 4 poles occupied. When the poles are the vertices of a
triangle or the vertices of a square.

Now the smallest lowest particle of all is just 2 poles of the
electron neutrino:
M- M+
Then the next electron neutrino is 3 poles:
M-
M- M+

and then the next is 4 poles of the pinwheel:
M-
M- M+
M+

So I still have a lot of problems and issues to fight off. But this is
all new science and so we can expect a lot of issues to fight with.

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