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monopole charges switch Chapt13.409 Pair Production has to equal Pair Annihilation #1056 New Physics #1176 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Dec 4, 2012 2:01 AM


Now I have no good reason to explain how a magnetic monopole charge of M+ can switch back and forth to M, in order to suit the situation of the particle. So that when 1.25x10^5 M+ can just freely switch to 1.25x10^5M in order to make a E charge for the electron.
About the only familiar case I know of magnetic switching is that the poles of Earth have often switched in a reversal of poles. But I never thought that pole switching or pole reversal was some inherent property of magnetic monopoles.
And maybe part of the answer lies with the idea that the existence of quantized electric charge requires magnetic monopoles, but monopoles that can reverse their own charge upon demand by the situation.
Now I made a mistake by saying the electron was more primitive in structure than the photon since in this Double Transverse Wave theory, the electron needs just one E charge while the photon needs two E charges. I forgot to include the fact that the restmass of 0.5x10^6 eV is required of the other M's so that the electron in base or ground state is correctly written as this:
0.5*10^6M ?0.25*10^6M 0.25*10^6M+ Where E = 0.5*10^6M While the photon, a radio wave photon is correctly written as this:
0.5*10^6M ?1M 1M+ 0.5*10^6M+ or written in short form as this:
E 1M 1M+ E+
And now we can easily see how a energetic gamma ray photon:
0.5*10^6M ?10^5M 10^5M + 0.5*10^6M+
could split apart and form a electron and a positron.
It is not so clear how a energetic electron and energetic positron can form 2 gamma ray photons unless you had really energetic particles such as this:
electron: 0.5*10^6M ?10^6M 10^6M+ positron: 0.5*10^6M+ ?10^6M 10^6M+ And combining the two yields
0.5*10^6M ?2*10^6M 2* 10^6M+ 0.5*10^6M+
which forms two gamma ray photons each looking like this: E 10^6M 10^6M+ E+ ?No physicist of the 20th century took it upon himself to say "suppose the magnetic monopole exists: then what would be the consequences of that existence?"
One of the consequences is that monopoles switch charge, freely and dictated by the circumstance. Another consequence is that 0.5x10^6 monopoles equals 1 electric charge E.
The electron is more complex than the photon, since the electron has more overall M's than the photon.
The radio wave photon is the most primitive as seen here:
E 1M 1M+ E+
The most primitive particle of all is the electronneutrino that can be as small as M M+ having only 2eV kinetic energy and no restmass.
The electron has the lowest restmass of all particles and all other particles with restmass must be larger than 0.5MeV.
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