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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

I have long been saying photons act backwards as they do not impart any force or momentum on objects they react with. Instead photons do what is the opposite and it leads to a tiny reaction more like gravity or incremental gravity.

There is no force of light that's because photons act as if backwards or anti particles.  a collision with a photon is not a release of energy in some kind of crash but rather a coded message to release energy from underlying momentum of mass by slowing down the subatomic particles involved rather speeding them up.....slowing them down or making them come to a stop probably with some more energetic gamma rays.  unlike a passenger being thrown though a window because a car comes to an unexpected stop when the passenger is unrestrained with seat belts  but rather is like a bowling ball in the back seat of the car falling out the back window because the bowling ball comes to a stop when it comes to a stop and the car keeps moving forward. The temptation is to say that is something coming to a stop because of a collision but that is not how it works.  It is just updated relativism that accounts for it.  The mysterioius dark energy of momentum is  definitely there and variable.  black body radiation gravity effect has everything to do with this...it is incremental gravity....that's why tiny asteroids can collect a lot of fine dust and retain rubble as they travel in space far more than possible because of gravity calculated from their small masses.  The code is acting on unseen energy not on the material directly.  https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/e0b5aa96-e5f8-3a8e-83a9-3a1a0c96bd0f/ss_quantum-mechanical-particles.html

Monday, July 17, 2017

More Proof that Photons are Pure Code Have No Mass and Don't Actually Transmit Energy Found by studying Alternating Current.

When electric current is transmitted though time and space using a wire it is wrong to believe the electrons from the source generator are actually buzzing at or near the speed of light along the outside of the conducting wire .  What is really happening is the generator is producing an electrical disturbance with what I have been calling dark photons which are code moving form electron to electron along the conducting wire.  As code these dark or embedded photons that are not radiating out into space but going from atom to atom via the electrons send a message from one to the next which are conveyed to the point of energy use and then in a transformed state back to the source as a different code.  in Transit there is radiation because of resistance.    This resistance is a sort of subatomic collision that rather than transmitting energy finds it in the state of underlying momentum and that leads to photon radiation or "light photons' coming off.  Direct current is more successful at causing this radiation effect where as alternating currency has less loss of "power" over the transmission lines at a distance.  The reason why supports the pure code thesis for photons because it very well can be that alternating current rolls the electrons effectively canceling out those collisions thus preventing more radiation from occurring.  It helps to visualize one code neutralizing the other with alternating current where the two opposite code instructions neutralize what would be a collision force in direct current.  The pure code photonic thesis solves the mystery of why alternating current has the advantages over long distances that it does over direct current.  Pure code and a cancelation process explains  it.

It seems difficult to believe that underlying momentum has anything to do with energy originating from an electric generator that is until you start looking and seeing the actual physical  means of producing that electric current.  Start with your hydro electric dam with it's very large generators that rotate very fast because water causes huge turbines to spin as it falls  over the dam into a spillway that rotates the turbines.    The turbine causes magnets and wound up copper wire to spin with some resistance to the force of the magnetic field with in.  The power of the spinning is equivalent to the work being done and close to that of the value of the electric being  generated for transmission.  A generator is not easy work to spin.  Its resistance to spinning has a lot to do with the transmission of energy. If you have a hand held crank generator you don't just spin the wheel effortlessly but have to experience its  resisting your spinning it.  Does that send code down the wire or a stream of electrons?  as stated above electrons would rather stay closer to their home atoms than stream down the exterior of a conducting wire.  how is that wheel spinning and does it have any relationship  to the net motion of the earth in the solar system/galaxy/ universe.  You have to think frames of reference to get how it happens.    We don't feel like we are moving with the earth at over 800,000 meters per second until we crash into something say possibly a cosmic ray coming from the opposite direction at a rate of velocity or greater.  We don't think of the earth as a sort of bullet moving fast enough to vaporize something  of equivalent size that it crashes into at that rate of velocity.  Sub atomic particles  experience that sort of thing directly their frames of reference are not the same as ours.  What appears to us as stasis seems to them as a full collision. The velocity of the earth against the backdrop of the rest of the universe for electrons and other subatomic parts leave them at a potential energy  level like water standing in a reservoir above a dam.  That water above the dam relates to the generator with its turbines waiting for the water to fall and move the turbine.  Frame of reference disparity can account for whats not easily apparent.

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Electron current is a signal not much of a stream of electrons actually moving large distances. When lightening strikes you are seeing resistance not current so much.

So there are yet to be discovered new ways to transmit electric current neither AC nor DC. I think this notion of electrons traveling with DC is wrong. It is the electromagnetic coding that travels not the actual electrons in either AC or DC. DC may just be rotational where the electrons roll one after another instead of popping out a photon at intervals along the current line. What it means is that photon retention is the difference not the result or that AC is just more efficient at long term transmission because the rolling of electrons prevents radiation of photons that DC is in -able to do. Therefore it is possible to transmit electricity even more efficiently by generating a new kind of current that rolls electrons in a different manner. I am wondering if anyone ever has tagged specific electrons to see if they ever actually travel any substantial distance. clearly electrons are free and interchangeable with higher conductivity metals but at the speed of light they still may only move down the line a few positions. its resistance that causes electrons to jump out of the line and radiates photons. Resistance says collision to me and that means the energy can easily come from underlying momentum not from necessarily as direct energy.
"The bigger appliances in your home use a different kind of electricity called alternating current (AC). Instead of always flowing the same way, the electrons constantly reverse direction—about 50–60 times every second. Although you might think that makes it impossible for energy to be carried round a circuit, it doesn't! Take the flashlight bulb in the circuit above. With direct current, new electrons keep streaming through the filament (a thin piece of wire inside the bulb), making it heat up and give off light. With alternating current, the same old electrons whiz back and forth in the filament. You can think of them running on the spot, heating up the filament so it still makes bright light we can see. So both types of current can make the lamp work even though they flow in different ways. Most other electric appliances can also work using either direct or alternating current, though some circuits do need AC to be changed to DC (or vice versa) to work correctly".