On Dec 5, 2:07 pm, Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote: (snipped) > > 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+
That is a mistake for the lowest photon would be greater than the lowest electron so I need to add some more M's
0.5*10^6M- 0.3*10^6M- 0.3*10^6M+
The main problem I face is when and whether the particle has 3 poles or 4 poles.
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