A Non Fiction Trilogy

CHAPTER 6.5   PRIMARY PARTICLE FLOW

As of November 19, 2019 appears I need to tackle this issue. Looking for an aether that has a predominate flow, but deviant particles are normal part of system too. But eventually particles need to be worked back into flow somehow. But I have encountered a problem with 1P-1P collisions I had not realized.

If all the particles in the universe started with different motions, speed energy would be rearranging to uniform motion. But not directional E, as it seems any uniform directional would become random by the process of rotation to a doublet and then random direction. That is a BIG problem, as it would destroy any PP flow in favor of totally random motions, which is not what I have been going with nor feel would work. I had thought uniform flows would statistically ble

nd deviant P’s back into the flow but because of rotation and randomness this appears not to be so. Perhaps the N also reestablishes uniform flow somehow, they do reestablish speed differentials. But to Start.

Creation of the Universe, Issues of Energy

If all PP flow had equal speed in one direction. No Energy. If just ONE comes from the other direction it should/would cause a cascading effect that would change an infinite number of particles to random motion, because rotation to doublets gives a random direction of motion to them . This is despite the fact that more collisions would occur against the PP flow than with, as any collisions produce random direction again (perhaps, perhaps not I need to do some figuring on this) . No differential of speed would occur in this system. Might it however create a system where flows opposite each other at different levels occur? Even crisscrossing with speeds that avoid collisions? Don’t know just a thought. In such a system no N could form. So early Universe must have had varying speeds to enable it to have N’s formed.

If all at rest except one P at speed 10 something. This would eventually put an infinite number of particles in the universe into motion. Now if P speed was 100 something instead, does the universe have more energy in the end or is this when thought of relatively, become the same? I think more because distance is real, absolute rest is real, so motion is real, and higher speed gives faster motions, and E seems to be expressed with a time frame.

Could we say the universe in first case had energy “level” of 10? Or just started at 10 and ended at zero when spread out to uniform. Couldn’t in an infinite universe, the propagation or dilution of the motion would never end, but total E the same.

So, some interesting questions here. Speed-wise:

1.       A finite # of particles could never reach a uniform state in this infinite medium, unless they were the same speed as the PP flow to begin with.

2.       a)   A finite system of a finite # of particles would only even out as this (in theory, the question of rather they could all collide is another matter ); here is what I have come up with. A reciprocal # of parts (particles) would even out. That is an even # of particles, in fact only multiples of 2. An odd # would not, unless one of them is already at the uniform amount, and then only if it is a multiple of 2 + 1. This is because we are taking about 2 particles colliding and coming to equalization of speeds by the process of forming doublets, as described in previous chapters.   So only multiples of 2 can have reciprocity, 2, 4, 8, 16 etc. If it were three P coming together and equalizing it would be another matter, but the 3P does not, it creates light. 4P and up probably do not have a large effect on the total system as I suppose they are no where near as numerous. The odd values being like macro light particles, and the even # accretions like miniature N’s I am guessing.

Now this is so with finite quantities, how about infinite quantities. Here it may be about boundaries. Remember rate of speed though space is finite, always, even with space infinite. So, if there is a boundary between one set of speeds an another, it would take forever to admix the speeds. But if they are already admixed then they would become uniform, but with the caveats as regards sets in the finite example. So only infinites sets of multiple of 2 would become uniform, etc.

I see no way to categorize infinite qualities/quantiles as even or odd. One might say any speed differences for a non-nucleon aether do not equalize, but become incredibly small, such that a near uniform motions are established. The creation of nucleons would throw an on-going creation of differential into the mix. These values themselves are adsorbed back into the aether, but continually replenished by the N.   The N can take the minutia of speed difference and bring them together into one electron with exactly equal fast and slow particles. Rather this could “clean up” any significant part or all of this minutia I cannot say but appears to be of little consequence as is to the hypothesis.

But perhaps one can say this.

1.       In a uniform medium any deviant P speed tends to spread out toward an infinity small differential over an infinitary large # of particles.

2.       If speeds are < and > the uniform flow, or its average, the may or may not sometimes perfectly cancel out, but certainly not always due to Principle 10.

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3.     Whereas random speeds of particles tend to cancel out toward a state of uniform motion, though only infinity close to it over an infinite time frame.

3. A localized group at various speeds within a uniform aether will tend to separate between particles canceling out, and particles leaving the local group and dispersing E into the aether to smaller individual differentials as in (1).

Or perhaps one should say

a)       particles leaving the macro group (planets on up), which would be light due to its rotational nature and ability to bounce off of things are more energetic than the medium, whereas particles staying are off the medium in values, or less than the medium in speed

b)      particles leaving the micro group (N and surrounding area) are faster or equal to the medium. Particles staying are slower than the medium, indeed slower than the average speed of the N. Particles between those speed and the speed of the medium are transitory between both.

But what is one to say about directional motions. Here what happens in the 1P- 1P collisions comes more into focus. When a doublet is formed, differences in motion are equalized within that set, and it is carried off in a new random direction. For two P’s going > c. the magnitude of the differential with the PP flow stays the same. Like if PP flow is 5, and two P’s 10 and 20 collide they go off at 15 as a doublet and magnitude is the same. But for most collisions, say if the 10 hits a 5 and the 20 also, the result is doublet at 7.5 and 12.5 here the magnitude does decrease, and decrease as (1) above.   So by enlarge each collision carries here a change in direction and of decrease in magnitude of differential per particle. But the same total differential but spread over a greater number of particles.   So how is PP flow maintained, if it is?

2P-2P Collisions

Chart 6.5-1

 Overtaking Direct Hits Parallel                 Non-Parallel Parallel           Non-Parallel Lead on lead Lead on lead Tail on lead Tail on lead Lead on tail Lead on tail Tail on tail Tail on tail

Key- In the direction of travel of a doublet I am calling the front particle the lead and the back particle the tail. This so in these 2P-2P collisions I can reserve the terms front and back for when elsewise needed without confusion. Parallel and Non-Parallel refers to the two particles facing each other in sequence as collisions occur.

Overtaking

a) If Parallel. To hit it must be above or below the tail of the front doublet. As lead torques from the collision it re-hits its tail and reverses motion. [this is because of the angle of original motion not being perpendicular across hit rod, if it was torqueing would not re-hit tail. But because on collision the motion flips to the perpendicular angle from the previous, at least for any excess motion, this causes the torque to run into tail not parallel to it]

b) If Non-Parallel.   Lead particle torques, in so doing re-hits its tail particle and reverses motion (perfect reversal).

NOTE: On 1 a and b one might say, they it’s just a matter of perspective, not two different scenario’s. But no its not it depends on the forward motion vector of the doublet as to rather a collision with an “upright” or “across” particle produces torque that does or does not re-hit its tail on first instance.

2. Tail on Lead

a) If Parallel. Lead of back doublet would have to be out past edge of front lead, in which case its lead flies off as the tail torques, treat as a 1P -2P collision. So it might form a 3P particle, but more likely roll off the end of rod it is torqueing on before torque is complete, in which case when torque is released it will have a certain new forward motion which vectorizes with the overtaking motion giving a change in trajectory toward the motion of the front doublet.

b) If Non-Parallel. Unlikely, lead would hit tail first, except for lead slipping under tail, then if tail hits lead, it torques while the lead (of back doublet) fly’s away, but not necessarily at much more speed than front doublet (but could be any speed). Rest treat as 1P-2P collision.

3. Lead on Tail

a) If Parallel. Same as 1, type of thing.

b) If Non-Parallel. Same as 1, again (reversal of motion).

4. Tail on Tail

a)       If Parallel. Depending on angles several things can happen.

1)      Extremely sharp angle Lead will go off into space. Tail treat as a 1P – 2P collision. So photon maybe created.

2)      Lead moves forward and hits lead of front doublet and torques while tail is also torqueing on tail.

a)       Depending on the first angle of collision and length of time for lead to hit lead the tail may torque first and rotate and hit lead while torqueing. In which case it torques again on lead and re-torques again on tail. This dual torque causes it to rebound and fly off in a reverse direction.

b)      Else both torque and begin to rotate, Likely re-hitting each other at some point, though not sure if they might time equal and not hit. Either way this makes an interesting case, as everything is squared up. I will have to look over my past principles to make sense of it.

b) lf Non-Parallel. Not possible. Lead would hit tail first.

Direct Hits

If Parallel or Non-Parallel. All motion stopped goes into torque of two lead particles. Then when they rotate, they re-hit and torque to their tails, ending up after this torque causing reversal of motion.

6.       Tail on Lead

a)       If Parallel.   All motion stopped as colliding particles torque, except lead goes off and would hit the tail of the other doublet, but as the lead of that doublet torques it re-hits its tail and reverses. This all being instantaneous, the reverse doublet is followed by the former collision partner. What happens depends on its speed to overtake or not. If so, treat as overtaking hits 1-4.

b)      If Non-Parallel. Not possible, lead would hit lead first.

7.       Lead on Tail

a)       If Parallel. Like 6a.

b)      If Non-Parallel. Like 6b.

8.       Tail on Tail

a)       If Parallel. Only if lead out past end of other tail. Tails torque forming a new doublet, both leads fly off.

b)      If Non-Parallel. Similar to 8a.

So here we have in many cases a maintenance of flow corridors by reversal of motions, even in case #6a and 7a redirection of a doublet into the path of another, reinforcing a flow corridor. Other cases similar, but others also break up gives 1P particles , but with directional motion maintained as status quo. So definitely with 2P-2P collisions there is overall a maintenance and reinforcement of flow patterns.

Whereas with 1P-1P collisions the flow patterns are broken down by random motions as doublets are formed. One would have to say that doublets are formed easily from 1P particles colliding, so PP flow should be primarily doublets.   In 2P-1P collisions described in chapter 3, for direct hits, most end up going off, but somewhat close to PP flow. Some overtaking hits form precursor light particles (3P) which in forming brings P’s into same flow pattern.

So a fast e- should be bent into the flow pattern overall because it will collide mostly with doublets via overtaking hits.

2P-1P Collisions (2P initiates collision)

Overtaking

Lead- torques to 1P, re-hits its tail and reverses direction

Tail- lead continues forward, tail torques with excess over unison motion and forms new doublet as lead fly’s off past 1P.   Or rotation catches up with lead and hits causing dual torque and breakup of all particle set.

Direct Hits

Same as chapter 3 Case #1 & 2.

Here in these cases hits have about a 50-50 scenario of staying in flow paths or randomizing. This an important set of collision because the slow e- is going to be in this class as they get hit by mostly doublets.

This is just a start on this chapter, a lot more needed. Some questions to ask.

1.       Was there a preferred motion to the PP flow, if flow at all, when God created it?

2.       Does the N spin, if so, how much, and how does this effect PP flow? Does it randomize it. Do the hits for e- release occur in

certain paths predominately, in which case it would be self-reinforcing?

3.       Have most of the 1P particles been turned into 2P over time. At what rate then are 1P released from collision back into the

PP flow? And with what effect?

4.       How does light particles effect the direction of the flow and energy of local and universal systems?

5.       What is the exact calculation for the case studies on what results and how it effects the PP flow?

6.       Is there one dominate universal flow? Or just local swirling flows.

7.       Does magnetism represent a flow type, or the flow itself?

8.       Why does standard physics see the electron so differently?

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