Alright, I was in deep trouble there, but had a way out. In New Physics, there is always just one way out of trouble and that is the Maxwell Equations. If there is nothing else that I teach the reader, is that physics is Maxwell Equations, Maxwell Equations and more Maxwell Equations.
I too, myself was like the Old Physicists with Old Physics where I lashed onto a delight of mine and then sought to saddle physics just because I loved that delight of mine. I remember in the 1990s that I loved the "spring", so I thence made some physics centered around the spring concept. Old Physicists loved the "string" and they thence made a lot of physics with fake string theory. Some Old Physicists loved the elevator, and thence made gravity a elevator analogy. Some Old Physicists loved the "triune algebra" called quarks and proceeded to fill Old Physics with the fake quark theory. Some Old Physicists loved the idea of walking through mud and collecting on their boots the mud as the Higgs boson theory. But all of these loves are not actually true physics. They are pet cranks, cranked into a crackpot physics.
The only thing in physics that can be cranked and be true is the Maxwell Equations.
What I had to do, when in trouble was impose the Maxwell Equations upon the transverse wave itself with magnetic monopoles.
A single transverse wave is pictured as this with its E and B:
E | |___ B
While a double transverse wave is pictured this with its E and M's:
E- M-__|__M+ | E+
Where the E's and M's form the vertices of a square, and partake in destructive-interference.
Now Faraday's law is a moving bar magnet into a closed loop wire causes the electrons in the wire to flow as a electric current.
If we consider in the double transverse wave as the E field, since it is destructive-interference it is a full loop of wire and we consider the B- with B+ or the B's taken singularly as a bar magnet, what we have is the Faraday law upon the double transverse wave itself.
So that the Faraday law applies to the double transverse wave as the most simple application possible for the Faraday law. That the E- and E + forms a closed loop wire and the M- is the bar magnet, (or both M's). And so the Double Transverse Wave is a Faraday law in action.
What that means is that the Double Transverse Wave has 4 poles and the Faraday law still upholds when only 3 poles are used.
Now can the Faraday law uphold on just 2 poles such as the single- transverse-wave?
M- | |___ M+
M- | | M+
The answer is no because the M's do not form a closed loop whereas 3 poles form a closed loop and a bar magnet.
Now it may turn out that Old Physics had it correct as to the spin of the neutrino, electron, proton being 1/2 whereas the spin of the photon was 1, in that in Double Transverse Wave theory, 2 of the 4 poles form a closed loop leaving 1 pole vacant of any M is a 1/2 spin whereas if all 4 poles have occupancy they form two closed loops and spin 1.
It may be the case that the photon is special over the neutrino, electron and proton by having all 4 poles occupied as spin 1 and speed of light. Whereas particles of spin 1/2 have 1/2 loop open and speed that is less than the speed of light and thus carry rest-mass. So that the Faraday law governs spin, speed, rest-mass.
Instead of calling this chapter the summary, let me retitle it as the Review since I need to re work the ideas.
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