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Topic: Overlap of photons into electrons; how may rays in a Gamma Ray Burst?
Chapt13.4091 Summary of DTW theory #1064 New Physics #1184 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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Overlap of photons into electrons; how may rays in a Gamma Ray Burst?
Chapt13.4091 Summary of DTW theory #1064 New Physics #1184 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Dec 5, 2012 9:34 PM
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Now does anyone have a handle on how many gamma rays are involved in a
Gamma Ray Burst. In the early 1990s I actually believed these gamma
ray bursts were single solitary gamma rays with huge energy. So
sometimes I learn new things over the long haul of time.

Here is what Wikipedia describes as a Gamma Ray Burst:
--- quoting Wikipedia ---
Gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) are flashes of gamma rays associated with
extremely energetic explosions that have been observed in distant
galaxies. They are the brightest electromagnetic events known to occur
in the universe.[1] Bursts can last from ten milliseconds to several
minutes. The initial burst is usually followed by a longer-lived
"afterglow" emitted at longer wavelengths (X-ray, ultraviolet,
optical, infrared, microwave and radio).[2]
Most observed GRBs are believed to consist of a narrow beam of intense
radiation released during a supernova as a rapidly rotating, high-mass
star collapses.. (snipped)
--- end quoting Wikipedia ---

Wikipedia also goes on to describe the range of energy of a gamma ray
as that of above 100 keV and less than 10 MeV.

Now it maybe possible to prove the DTW theory by just the math numbers
of the overlap of one particle with another. Of the overlap of
neutrinos versus photons, and of the overlap of photons versus
electrons and the overlap of electrons versus protons.

As for the electron, its rest-mass is 0.5 MeV but in DTW theory it
must have another 0.5 MeV involved with electric charge E-. So that a
rest-mass electron has at minimum 1 MeV of energy and so the most
energetic gamma ray is able to produce about 10 electrons.

Now the most energetic electron is beyond a muon in kinetic energy and
a muon rest-mass is about 105

Now I have never read any research where they give an upper bound of
kinetic energy of a muon. However, I do know the tau-muon is 1776 MeV
rest-mass, and the proton is 938 MeV rest-mass, of which two of them
are 1876 MeV.

So in Double Transverse Wave theory, can we consider the tau muon as a
overlap of the electron particle into the territory of the proton
particle? Since the overlap of the gamma ray photon is 10 electrons
of rest mass, then the tau-electron is almost 2 protons in overlap.

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whole entire Universe is just one big atom
where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies

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