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Chapt15.35 explaining Space from Maxwell Equations #1102 New Physics
#1222 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Dec 21, 2012 1:09 AM
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Chapt15.35 explaining Space from Maxwell Equations

I need to discuss Space when the axioms of physics are mostly the
Maxwell Equations. And here we have a nexus between physics and
mathematics.

In mathematics, if you look hard enough at the three geometries
possible in mathematics, Euclidean, Elliptic and Hyperbolic, you can
sort of see that the
Euclidean is the joining together of Elliptic with Hyperbolic. That
the straight line | is arrived at by
the joining of symmetrical curved lines )( to form | in
that )|(. The neutron is Euclidean geometry for it is composed of
proton + electron. The 0 electric charge is Euclidean geometry for it
is the joining of the proton elliptic with the electron hyperbolic.

The photon and neutrino is Euclidean geometry for their charges are 0.

So, essentially the Maxwell Equations are about making Euclidean
geometry out of Elliptic joined with Hyperbolic, or vice versa.

So what is Space in physics? Well it is mostly empty
except where there is rest-mass particles. And what is between rest-
mass particles? Well there are many photons and neutrinos between rest
mass particles.

So Space is photons and neutrinos, and matter is rest-mass particles.
The Universe is the summation of Space and Matter.

Now since magnetic monopoles are the lowest form of elementary
particles which comprise electrons, protons, neutrinos and photons,
that magnetic monopoles comprise Space. Magnetic monopoles comprise
matter, but the density of the magnetic monopoles in matter is far
larger than the density of magnetic monopoles that comprise Space.

So I think the key idea is density of magnetic monopoles. If dense,
then we have matter, and if
not dense, then we have Space.

And Space of magnetic monopoles is a double transverse wave. Matter
has wave features, but it is mostly recognized as the particles.
Particles can travel and move through space since the density is so
rarefied and the particle can actually "ride on waves of Space".

Now an example of the above is the Goodstein lecture in Mechanical
Universe about polarization lenses that block light. If they
completely block the light, the lenses should heat up, but another
explanation is that the magnetic monopoles that compose the photons
are even numbered and the blocking lens merely converts the even
numbered photon into odd-numbered magnetic monopoles and out comes two
or more neutrinos replacing the photon. So in this scheme of Space, it
is particles moving as waves which are not dense and taking up a lot
of volume. It is the picture of Faraday's lines-of-force. The only
thing wrong with Faraday's lines of force, was that he had no
substance to make those lines. By 2012, we have magnetic monopoles
that makes Faraday's lines of force have real substance.

A photon that passes by me and into space is forming a part of space
with its wave.

In the Faraday law, when we move the bar magnet near a closed loop of
wire we create a electric current in the closed loop wire. We do that
because the magnet makes a Space of magnetic monopoles that engulfs
the closed loop wire and the energy of changing the magnet (movement)
is absorbed by electrons which then respond to motion of the electron.
So you take the motion of the magnet and the motion of the monopoles
of Space and transfered that energy to the electron in the wire and
caused it to move.

So let me review this picture. The Universe is made up of matter and
Space where the matter resides in
a Space. Both of which are composed of magnetic monopoles. The amount
and density of monopoles determines if it is matter of Space. If the
density is great, it is rest mass and matter particle. If the density
is low, it is a particle and wave that makes up Space itself.

Now in the 2nd experiment I talked about yesterday, a repeating of the
Faraday law under which the experiment is in a cold environment and
the closed loop wire is superconducting wire and in transition
temperature operating circumstance. I need to know if that experiment
delivers the very same results as does the experiment where the
current to a wire is furnished by a external source such as batter or
power plug in. The Faraday law creates the electric current whereas a
battery furnishes the wire with an electric current. So I need to see
if there is a surprise in that Faraday law by using superconducting
wire in a cold temperature. I need to see if the photon moving in
space can transfer into 2 or more neutrinos.

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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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