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Topic: Comments on rest mass and concordance with perpetual motion #1257 New
Physics #1377 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

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 plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com Posts: 18,572 Registered: 3/31/08
Comments on rest mass and concordance with perpetual motion #1257 New
Physics #1377 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed

Posted: Feb 25, 2013 12:29 AM

Alright, this is nice in that the meaning of rest mass is the curling
up of the wavefront to become a closed loop. This is nice because it
allows both concepts of rest-mass along with perpetual-motion to
endure as one. The concept of perpetual motion and the concept of rest
mass seem to be at odds with one another. If you have rest mass, seems
as though you should not have perpetual motion such as a electron or
proton, but if you have no rest mass, then you should have always
perpetual motion as in the photon. Yet the electron and proton inside
an atom have perpetual motion despite them having rest mass.

So how can one logically fix all those loose ends into a coherent
whole?

The answer is obvious now, that we know what rest-mass means. It means
that the front edge of the electron or proton wavefront starts curling
around until it forms a closed loop, like in Faraday's law the closed
loop of wire. Only the closed loop can be 2nd dimensional as a ring or
even 3rd dimensional as a sort of volume.

As the electron or proton curl up then they still have perpetual
motion of going around and around and around in perpetual state of
motion. The kinetic energy of the entire closed loop moving forward
may have ended or stopped but the wave itself inside the closed loop
endlessly goes around. So that a proton or electron inside a atom has
both perpetual motion and has rest-mass. But the photon has 0 rest-
mass and perpetual motion moving forward in its direction of motion.
Another reason the photon needs to be a double transverse wave so that
it is stable in its forward direction motion and not prone to curling
up.

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